Mutineer Magazine is excited to announce our sponsorship of NG: The Next Generation in Wine’s 2011 Harvest Party. At the 2011 Harvest party, attendees will have the opportunity to meet the incredible individuals from some of Napa Valley’s premiere family-run wineries while tasting amazing wines with the “Next Generation.” Wine, food, music and new friends await you. 50% of the net proceeds will benefit the Young Survival Coalition, a non-profit organization oriented to support and educate about breast cancer in younger women.
Participating wineries include: Ahnfeldt Wines, Bonded Winery #9, Broman Cellars, Burgess Cellars, Ceja Vineyards, Frias Family Vineyards, Hill Family Estate, Judd’s Hill, Long Meadow Ranch Winery, Madonna Estate, Marston Family Vineyard, Pahlmeyer, Peju Province Winery, Signorello Estate, Spelletich Cellars, Trefethen Family Vineyards, Vineyard 7&8, Yates Family Vineyards and ZD Wines.
The event will be held at Peju Province Winery and will be outside, so please wear comfortable shoes.
Tickets are limited!
Presale price through August 18th (TOMORROW!) – $35.00
After August 18th – $40.00
$45.00 at the door, if available.
- WHO: You!
- WHAT: NG: The Next Generation in Wine’s 2011 Harvest Party
- WHERE: Peju Province Winery
8466 St. Helena Highway (Hwy 29)
Rutherford, CA 94573
- WHEN: Sunday, September 18th, from 2PM to 5PM
- WHY: To celebrate harvest, to raise money for Young Survival Coalition and to mingle with the next generation of Napa Valley wineries.
- COST: $40 advanced tickets online / $45 at the door, if available
Click here to purchase tickets.
About NG: The Next Generation in Wine
The concept of NG: The Next Generation in Wine began during a lunch between friends in 2006. The discussion at that lunch was about bringing together the “next generation” of Napa Valley’s family wineries and vineyards to socialize and have fun.
A great idea was taken to the next level through the brainstorming of the founders, Lisa Augustine, Holly Finkelstein, Chris Hall, Liz Marston and Kristen Spelletich. It was decided that this should be much more than a social organization, so plans were put in place for collaborative marketing and continuing education for members. A year later after much discussion and planning, NG: The Next Generation in Wine was launched with six members.
Today, NG: The Next Generation in Wine boasts about 20 members and is adding more all the time. The group is well known for its events including a trade event in February and consumer events throughout the year. Members are actively involved in many other trade, peer and charitable groups throughout the Napa Valley.