Show Us Your Sign
The Welcome to Napa Valley signs, first dedicated by the Napa Valley Vintners in 1950, are receiving some much-needed repairs to ensure they'll be around to greet visitors for at least another 60 years....
12 bottles of Napa Valley wine, as noted
2 etched Riedel decanters
Lunch for 4
Now that you've tasted wines from St. Helena, Rutherford and Oakville, why not explore a different side of Napa Valley? You'll discover the simple pleasures of the valley's newest AVA—Coombsville--when you visit Ackerman Family Vineyards. You won't find a big tasting room at Ackerman. But you will find a charming carriage house above the barn where horses live. Take a short stroll uphill and experience sweeping views of the Vacas Range, then linger at a picnic table under a withered oak tree to take in the vineyard's tranquil beauty.
And sip some exceptional wines--wines that reflect the truth of Coombsville: deep mineralities, silky flavors, hints of spice, complex tannins yet soft layers of bright fruit-truly elegant Bordeaux-style wines you can enjoy today or for years to come. Ackerman Family Vineyards produces only 500 cases a year of its single-vineyard, estate-grown 100% Cabernet Sauvignon carried by some of the finest restaurants in the country. Chefs appreciate the unique complexities and deep berry flavors these wines consistently display.
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