Beyond The Label Private Winery Tour

| September 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

Beyond the bottle experience, Leading Wineries of Napa exclusive tasting experience"Beyond The Label" Tour

Imagine you and your friends, family or colleagues strolling through a private vineyard that only Napa Valley insiders know about, sipping top-rated wines made by a small-production premium winemaker, then enjoying a picnic with locally-produced gourmet artisanal foods in the winemaker’s home. These exclusive, private moments will give you an insider’s experience of the famed Napa Valley – all perfectly curated by Doug White a 3rd generation Napa Valley native with connections and access to winemakers and vineyards like no one else. Doug grew up in St. Helena and has 20 years of experience in the restaurant business, including 10 years managing such high-end restaurants as Bistro Don Giovanni, Pinot Blanc, and Napa Valley Grille. For the last several years he has been Director of Operations and Public Relations at Vintner’s Collective in Napa, a multi-winery tasting room.

Each private tour includes:

  • Luxury Transportation
  • A personalized, curated tour of the vineyard hosted by Doug White and the vintner
  • Gourmet lunch with the vintner
  • Visit with the vintner at his/her home for a wine tasting paired with cheeses
  • Privacy and access to places the general public cannot access

Price: $ 1045 for the first two guests + $200 for each additional guest
Duration: 5 hours

Requirements & Conditions:

  • 48 hour notice for bookings & cancellations
  • Seven days a week, 11.00 AM to 4.00 PM
  • By appointment only
  • Minimum group size of 2, maximum of 9

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“Doug White knows Napa like nobody I’ve ever met—and I’ve literally written the book on Wine Country.”
John Vlahides
Writer for Condé Nast

“Last week, my husband and I joined Doug White for his “Beyond the Label” experience.  I am calling it an experience because it was so much more than a tour. Doug met us at The Orchard with a chauffeur-driven car so that his attention could be concentrated on speaking with us as we were driven to our destinations for the day. He shared background on Napa and the people we were going to visit. It was like having a local introduce you to their friends in the winemaking business. “
Nancy Erickson

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