Triple Creek Ranch has a powerful line-up of vintner weekends planned for this fall and winter. Not only do these events offer you the unique opportunity to spend some quality time with these renowned winemakers, but also the chance to savor exclusive premier vintages from acclaimed vineyards as an added value to your all-inclusive ranch experience. Often, our vintner partners also dig deep into their cellars to bring along rare treasures that are not available anywhere else! Round out a long weekend of adventure in our Montana winter wonderland with guided wine tasting seminars, aroma bar sessions and the highly anticipated wine-paired dinner on Saturday night. All wine-oriented activities during the weekend are included in your nightly rate.
Tamber Bey Vintner Thanksgiving
November 27 to December 1
Our Vintner Thanksgiving celebrations are quickly becoming the go-to event for those seeking fresh new ways to celebrate the holiday traditions. Jennifer and Barry Waitte of Napa’s acclaimed Tamber Bey Vineyards join us to host this year’s event, when they will share some of their favorite wines throughout the weekend. Cozy up in Montana for a weekend of cooking classes, wine seminars and tastings, and delectable cuisine.
January 30 to February 2
Hugh Johnson calls Cathy Corison a “national treasure” and her cabernet sauvignon has been delighting wine aficionados since she established Corison Wines in 1987. Sourced from Napa Valley benchland vineyards, Cathy’s wines “speak of time and place, reflecting the site where they were grown and the weather of their vintage.” The dry-farmed, organic grapes for her Kronos Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon are from one of the oldest vineyards in Napa Valley. In addition tasting Cathy’s exquisite wines, perhaps you’ll join her on a cross-country ski trek!
February 13 to 16
Who better to host our Valentine’s Day vintner weekend than America’s premier producer of sparkling wines? When German immigrant Jacob Schram established his Napa hillside vineyards in 1862, he likely never imagined that his family’s name would become synonymous with award-winning sparkling wine enjoyed by heads of state. This evolution is thanks to Jack and Jamie Davies, who purchased the abandoned vineyard in 1965 and began producing “champagne method” wines. Not to be outdone by bubbles, guests will also enjoy tasting the Davies’ cabernet sauvignon and pinot noir.
Bedrock Wine Co. and Once & Future
February 27 to March 1
This vintner weekend offers a rare opportunity to spend time with the dynamic father-son winemakers Joel Peterson and Morgan Twain-Peterson. With a passion that has been evident since he was five years old and shadowing his dad as he produced his Ravenswood Zinfandels, Morgan now helms Sonoma’s Bedrock Wine Co. with a mission to preserve and rehabilitate old vines while delivering deliciously simple wines. These days, Joel is getting back to his roots and smaller case production at his newly launched Once & Future Wine.