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Wine Club Membership Rewards

April 21st, 2017 by

As a very special benefit of your Anderson’s Conn Valley Vineyard’s Wine Club membership, we are happy to announce that we have secured a special partnership with River Terrace Inn for your next stay in Napa.  Contact Jeremy to receive your special rate code before…

Winning at wine tasting

October 26th, 2016 by

Wine clubs and competitive wine tasting Not everyone realizes that wine tasting is actually a competitive sport. This year, the world was surprised when a Chinese team achieved a perfect score, identifying twelve French wines by taste alone. The team described wine tasting as “fifty…

The Cab is hardy, but high-quality

October 25th, 2016 by

A quality grape that grows anywhere Cabernet Sauvignon, a crossbreed of Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon blanc grapes, is one of the world’s most successful varieties of wine grape. Cab grapes are small and thick-skinned, which means the tannins and other flavors that come from grapeskin…

Napa wineries worth a tour

October 19th, 2016 by

Touring best Napa wineries The first step in planning a trip to Napa Valley is to find a place in the area where you can stay. There are lots of little bed-and-breakfasts in Napa Valley, most of which started out as vintage homes. At most…

Going on cave tours in Napa Valley

October 18th, 2016 by

Look for a wine club that offers cave tours If you’re trying to decide which wine club to join, pick one that offers a cave tour. Caves are the perfect places to store and age barrels of wine. Well out of the sun, they maintain…

Visit St. Helena and the surrounding area

October 12th, 2016 by

Wine clubs of St. Helena St. Helena, “Napa Valley’s main street,” has been known for its St. Helena wineries since its founding, and today is one of the centers of the world wine industry. Whole winery tours are devoted to this town, and a number…

Find next year’s best wine at a barrel tasting

October 11th, 2016 by

Barrel tasting with a wine club Many wine clubs hold barrel tastings, which are an opportunity for wine connoisseurs to try the most recent vintages and guess how good the wine will be in years to come. At these tastings, you can also meet connoisseurs…

Napa Valley wines go back a long time

October 5th, 2016 by

Napa Valley wines and wine clubs About this time, a tradition well over a century old is being continued, as vineyard workers harvest the grapes that Napa Valley wines are made from. The first wine grapes in Napa Valley were Mission grapes, descended from Spanish…

How the best vineyards in Napa work

October 4th, 2016 by

The best vineyards of Napa Valley Soon, the harvests will be over in the best vineyards in Napa. Some of them harvest using machines, while others harvest the grapes by hand. Harvesting the grapes by hand means fewer of them are bruised or damaged in…

Wine tasting as an art

September 29th, 2016 by

Wine tastings are common wine club events If you’re a member of a Napa Valley wine club (and why not?) you may be invited to a wine tasting. If it’s outdoors, plan for the weather, especially this time of year. Dress well but comfortably. There’s…