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- The Caves at Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars - A Reception and Vertical Tasting of S.L.V. Cabernet Sauvignon in Honor of the 45th Anniversary of the Judgment of Paris.
Napa Judge - October 6, 2021
- Be a seated judge at a blind tasting of Napa’s finest wines at Charles Krug Winery
- Rub elbows with Napa Valley Icons and enjoy Napa’s finest wines
- A celebratory toast with Steven Spurrier's English Bride Valley sparkling
- Entertainment event and exclusive access to Napa Valley icons and winning wines
- An intimate dinner at a quintessential winery estate including transportation
- “Judgment of Paris” book signed by author George M. Taber
- Certificate signed by all three Judgment of Paris “stars” — Steven Spurrier, George M. Taber and Patricia Gastaud-Gallagher
- Preferred rates for overnight accommodation at Auberge properties
- Swag bag with great items and more!
- Complimentary Cultured Vine Experience: A day itinerary during your extended stay (*reservation required, food and transportation not included)
* JUDGMENT OF NAPA CELEBRATION & TRIBUTE - OCTOBER 5: Exclusive invitation to attend Steven Spurrier's celebration of his Wine Life & Tribute at Stag's Leap Wine Cellars that will honor Steven Spurrier, George M. Taber & Patricia Gastaud-Gallagher. Luncheon paired with "Judgment of Paris" wines (current vintages). Tribute Art unveiling + California proclamation. Live auction featuring one-of-a-kind items + more!
A Reception and Vertical Tasting of S.L.V. Cabernet Sauvignon in Honor of the 45th Anniversary of the Judgment of Paris
MARCUS NOTARO, WINEMAKER AT STAG’S LEAP WINE CELLARS, STEVEN SPURRIER, WINE VISIONARY & CREATOR OF THE 1976 PARIS TASTING
October 5, 2021 Times are TBD
The Wine Caves at Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars
Join Winemaker Marcus Notaro and special guest, Wine Legend Steven Spurrier, for a seated tasting of 6 vintages of Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars S.L.V. Cabernet Sauvignon—the Cabernet that “won” the 1976 Paris Tasting organized by Steven Spurrier. Winemaker Marcus Notaro will personally select one vintage from each decade and lead a tasting of the wine from this history-making vineyard.
The celebration will begin with a reception with light bites before moving into the Great Room of the Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars caves for the seated vertical tasting. The tasting will last one hour and include time for questions and answers.
Each guest will receive a copy of Steven Spurrier’s autobiography - “A Life in Wine” - which includes a chapter on the Judgment of Paris.
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