The new Carneros Wine Trail tasting rooms are an attraction for locals and tourists
Carneros, Napa and Sonoma, California, March 24, 2021 – The wineries that are members of the Carneros Wine Alliance, a nonprofit association of grape growers and winemakers in the Carneros American Wine Area (AVA), will reopen their doors to visitors in the spring of 2021, offering both a haven for locals who want to be closer to home and a vibrant wine destination for travelers. The opening of four new tasting rooms, the appointment of Anne Moller-Ruck of Blue Farm Wines as honorary president, and the redesign of the Carneros Wine Alliance website add to the excitement of the reopening.
With more than 10,000 planted vineyards. Although the past year has been difficult for many, several Carneros wineries have taken advantage of the forced closure to expand their offerings for consumers – designing and building new tasting rooms to accommodate visitors. This includes the major wine producers in Napa and Sonoma Valley. Buhain, Bread Cellars, Migration Wines (open Memorial Day weekend) and ZD Wines.
These new tasting rooms are equipped with the latest technology, but retain the relaxed and welcoming atmosphere that has become synonymous with AVA Carneros. While some of these new and improved facilities are not physically located in Carneros (including ZD Bread and Wine Cellars), these AVA-affiliated wineries do grow some grapes, providing a unique opportunity to introduce people visiting other parts of Napa Valley to Carneros wines.
Kathy Grisbeck, Vice President of Marketing and Sales at Cakebread Cellars, Grade: After the difficulties of the past year, the positive note was the opening of several new tasting rooms in Carneros. We are very proud of our community, which also produces award-winning Chardonnay and remains focused on agriculture and its most important asset: the land.
Also new to the region is the leadership of the Carneros Wine Alliance Board of Directors, which has named Anne Moller-Racke, founder of Blue Farm Wines in Sonoma County, president emeritus. Moller-Racke is optimistic about the reopening of Carneros The ABA was and is a persistent and quality-oriented community. We look forward to welcoming guests – especially to our own backyard – to see for themselves what makes Carneros so special, and to ensure the health and safety of visitors and our members.
To help retailers and consumers learn more about Carneros and plan their visit, the Carneros Wine Alliance has revamped the region’s website: carneros.com. The clean layout and convenient platform serve as a tool for visitors to discover places to stay, eat and drink. They support the region’s efforts to reinforce its commitment to sharing the exceptional terroir and grapes grown in a unique location between two of California’s most renowned wine regions.
For more information about Carneros Wine Alliance, please contact Cathy Canfield of O’Donnell Lane at 530-720-1138 or [email protected].
About Carneros Wine Alliance
The Carneros Wine Alliance is a non-profit association of wineries and vineyards in the Carneros American Viticultural Area (CAVA). Carneros is located at the intersection of two major wine regions, the Napa and Sonoma Valleys. An indication of a cool climate influenced by the waters of San Francisco Bay. Carneros has long been known for producing Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and sparkling wines. The mission of the Carneros Wine Alliance is to promote the distinction, diversity and, most importantly, the quality of Carneros grapes and wines. visit – carneros.com. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram – @carneroswine.
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