The Napa Valley Reserve invites you to explore some of South America's most celebrated destinations; Buenos Aires, Mendoza, and José Ignacio. Immerse yourself in some of the world's most dramatic vineyards, spectacular cultural landscapes, and amazing cuisine on this once-in-a-lifetime trip created for wine lovers and adventurers alike.
In lieu of our Annual Holiday Celebration, The Napa Valley Reserve has teamed up with a handful of vintners, chefs, celebrities and businesses in our wine community to invite Members to attend the Napa Sonoma Relief Auction gala, December 2nd at the Culinary Institute of America. We would love to have you join us at this historic event in support of rebuilding our iconic wine country.
For more information please contact Alex Anderson at (707) 968-3193.
One of the great benefits of The Reserve is that we can tap into a wealth of resources—notably our Members—to help us investigate intellectual pursuits that run the spectrum of science, health, and technology. This September evening was a case in point. This time, the topic was Alzheimer’s Disease—specifically, we discussed the causes of the growing disease that’s expected to climb from 5.4 million cases in 2016 to 13.8 million in 2050.
Needless to say, it was an honor and a pleasure to host Château Margaux—one of the most iconic French chateaux in Bordeaux—at The Reserve this past October 22.
At The Napa Valley Reserve, our mission from the outset was to create unforgettable experiences around wine that also manage to extend well beyond Viticulture. As we embark on our 14th year, it’s evident that our mission continues to evolve—and that’s mostly due to our diversely accomplished Members. Each year, Members lend their expertise to further an idea, a discussion and experiences that shed light on topics in a way that no other wine club can.
Since joining in 2014, the Isaacs simply started by getting their wine allocation. But their curiosity soon led them to get more involved. Not too long after joining, they took the leap into blending their own wine and creating their own label. Brian says, “The label is more of a commitment, and we didn’t want to rush into it. Wine is a generational thing, so we spent some time thinking of what our label would be.”