2018 ~ 15th Annual Spring Vintner Series
Our vintner partners work hard throughout the year tending to vines, harvesting, pressing and devoting constant attention to the fermentation process. When they join us for our signature Vintner Weekends, they get to relax and share the fruits of their labor with our guests. Vintners join guests at play, enjoying various ranch activities. Wine tastings and pairings are enhanced by the knowledge imparted during informal seminars and impromptu conversation.
May 10 – 13 Spottswoode
Famed for their Cabernet Sauvignon, the remarkable Novak women of the Spottswoode Family Wine Estate have been producing wines known for their refined elegance, balance, and classic structure since 1982.
May 17 – 20 Hill Family Estate
After three decades of farming grapes for some of Napa Valley’s finest wine producers, Doug Hill and his family decided that they should enter the wine business. The Hill Family Estate is the culmination of Doug’s vision to share his love of the valley, of farming and of wine with his children and wine lovers everywhere.
May 24 – 27 Chappellet Winery
For nearly five decades, the Chappellet family has been crafting acclaimed Cabernet Sauvignons from fruit cultivated on the steep, rocky slopes of Napa Valley’s renowned Pritchard Hill. The Memorial Day long weekend is now synonymous with Chappellet at Triple Creek Ranch! Join us for a lively vintner event with Cyril and Blakesley Chappellet.
2018 ~ Fall Vintner Events
November 15 – 18 Tamber Bey
Acclaimed Napa Valley winery Tamber Bey showcases its vintner craftsmanship at Sundance Ranch, the world-class equestrian facility in Calistoga that is home to the winery. Vintners Barry and Jennifer Waitte will feel right at home when they join us to welcome guests for this special fall event.
November 21 – 25 B Cellars Vintner Thanksgiving
B Cellars founders Jim Borsack and Duffy Keys, in partnership with acclaimed winemaker Kirk Venge, are committed to producing exceptional artisan wines by employing a multi-vineyard strategy and mutually complementary varietals to develop distinct flavors.