REI Detox/Retox : SUP Yoga & Wine Tasting
Thursday, July 18 – Sunday, July 21, August 8, September 5
About this Event
Experience the peace and tranquility of the water, the calm energy of yoga, and relaxation of a wine tasting with food pairing during REI’s unique SUP Yoga and Wine Tasting class. Join us as our guides introduce you to the best of each experience with a short introduction to Stand Up Paddleboarding followed by a series of a mindful movements in a spirited sequence geared towards connecting your body with your breath in the most peaceful of locations, a calm pond amidst a beautiful vineyard. We keep the flow going with a variety of wine tastings (10 in total) and a tapas platter of your choice (traditional or vegetarian option). The combination of Stand up Paddleboard Yoga and a Wine Tasting is truly where the mind, body and palette meet. No Stand Up Paddleboarding experience is necessary. Must be 21 years old to participate. I.D. is required
Winemaker’s Dinner in the Cave – JULY 12 6-9PM
About this Event
Our Wine team is once again joining forces with Laura Kenny to bring you a perfectly paired 5 course Spanish/Latin inspired culinary experience! During this welcoming dinner in our Stone Cave Bistro, classically trained Chef Laura, will emphasize a menu rich in locally-raised and seasonal delights. You will begin your evening with a glass of Cava and light tapas as the opener. Courses 2- 4 will each be paired with 2 oz of Vina Castellano wine selected by the winemaker. (Additional wine available for purchase after the pairings)
Before relocating from San Francisco, Chef Laura proved her meddle in renowned “foodie” restaurants Blvd and Laurel. Chef Laura moved to Placer County and opened Real Food Catering which specializes in cooking fresh, local and seasonal food. Together, with local farm-to-fork legand and Farmer’s Market founder, Joanne Neft, these two created the perfect cookbook, Placer County Real Food, and its sequel, The Art of Real Food to celebrate and explore the wonderful culinary adventures at Placer’s Farmers’ Markets.
Along with Chef Laura, Viña Castellano’s Owner/Winemaker, Teena Wilkins will share with you her insight into the wines in her down-to-earth and slightly comedic way, as well as the thoughts behind the selected pairings. Your sense of smell and taste will of course be delighted throughout the meal, however, as with all events at Viña Castellano, this is designed to be “A little piece of Spain” in the Sierra Foothills. In other words, a convivial night of food, wine, conversation and of course the unique extraordinary ambiance of a candlelit stone cave.
Whether you are looking for the unique and perfect date night, a night out with friends, or to simply relive a quaint European styled evening from the past, this is the evening for you.
Club Members Discount Code contact Tasting Room 530-889-2855 Thurs-Sun 12 to 5 or email email@example.com
Grape Days of Summer on the Placer Wine Trail
Join us for Grape Days of Summer on Saturday and Sunday, July 20-21, 2019!
TIME: 12:00pm to 5:00pm
VIP Hour starts at 11:00am
Some locations are open later, check with the individual wineries.
WHERE: Placer Wine Trail – Auburn, Granite Bay, Lincoln, Loomis, Newcastle, Meadow Vista, and Rocklin
Early Bird Per Day | $30
Per Day | $40 After July 6th
Early Bird Weekend Pass | $35
Weekend Pass | $45 After July 6th
VIP Pass | $10 Add-on
VIP Pass includes early admission and specials at participating wineries. Check https://placerwine.com/plan-your-visit/events/grape-days-of-summer/ for up to date VIP details.
Designated Driver | $10
Grape Days of Summer is an annual Placer Wine Trail 2-day open-house event hosted by Placer County Vintners Association (PCVA). Enjoy wine tasting and food at every winery, music (at some locations), and educational experiences at participating wineries along the trail. Guests can learn about local agriculture and winemaking, combined with a unique and educational experience. Learn about winemaking techniques, equipment, grapes, farming, and more!
PARTICIPATING WINERIES: Bear River, Bonitata, Cante Ao Vinho, Casque, Ciotti, Dono dal Cielo, Fawnridge, Lone Buffalo, Mount Saint Joseph, Mt. Vernon, PaZa, Pescatore, Rancho Roble, Rock Hill, Secret Ravine, Viña Castellano, and Wise Villa.
ACTIVITIES SUMMARY: With a paid ticket, enjoy wine tastings, food at each winery, and special educational activities celebrating winemaking and local agriculture – including items such as Vineyard Tours, Cork Presentations, Oak Flavors in Wine, Blending Seminars, Placer County Wine History, Vertical Tastings, and/or Barrel Aging and Sampling.
ACTIVITIES LIST: Stay updated on www.placerwine.com
TICKET DETAILS: Includes admission to each participating winery, small bites to eat, and a souvenir wine glass. When purchasing your tickets, you will asked what winery starting location will be your starting point. This is where you will get checked in, your glass and wristband for tasting. Each winery has a limited number of tickets for participants to start so that we are able to spread guests out along the Trail. In rare instances, you may not be able to start at your preferred location (will say SOLD OUT), but you can always visit them later. You are obligated to begin your tour at the location on your ticket where you will pick up your glass and wrist band. Once you have received your glass, you can visit the wineries in any order.