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....
Dinner for 30 with live music
Two nights' accommodations for 2 at winery guest house
One year's wine club subscription to the Master Key Club (2 bottles per shipment--1 white and 1 red, 4 times a year)
One years' wine club subscription to the Cardinal Key Club (2 bottles per shipment of red wines, 4 times a year)
Celebrate Freemark Abbey's history and Ted Edward's 28 years as winemaker with 28 of your closest friends. Dazzle your friends at the Freemark Abbey estate as the winery's executive chef prepares dinner accompanied by Freemark Abbey wines. You'll taste Ted's first vintage—a 1985 Cabernet Sauvignon-- and dance the night away to live music. The fun continues with a two-night stay for two in Freemark Abbey's guest house located on the estate. All you have to do to get the party started is send the winery a guest list and staff there will take care of the rest.
Freemark Abbey has been fortunate to have Ted Edwards as winemaker since 1985. His creative approach and experience in the Napa Valley and the Rutherford Bench make him one of the region's leading winemakers, most notably for his Cabernet Sauvignon. Few Napa Valley wineries can rival the rich and storied history of Freemark Abbey which was founded in 1886 by Josephine Tychson in St. Helena where Freemark Abbey still stands.