Inaugural Wine Weekend
May 4th - 6th, 2018
Join Antonio Galloni and Inspire Napa Valley Founder Kerrin Laz for an inspirational weekend bringing together the most exceptional Napa Valley wineries with wine enthusiasts for a worthy cause.
Inspire Napa Valley, benefiting the Alzheimer's Association, will raise critical funds to provide families in Northern California with care and support, and advance cutting-edge Alzheimer's research worldwide.
FRIDAY, MAY 4, 2018
Intimate VIP dinner at Abreu Las Posadas Vineyard on Howell Mountain, prepared by renowned Napa Valley chefs
SATURDAY, MAY 5, 2018
VIP wine seminar moderated by Antonio Galloni at PRESS Restaurant in St. Helena.
Our five distinguished panelists will each present two wines that inspire them through their sense of place.
The program will also include an Alzheimer’s research update.
Primary event at the Culinary Institute of America Greystone in St. Helena, which includes:
Walk-around wine tasting highlighting 40 of the most legendary wineries in California wine country including Abreu Vineyards, BOND, Bryant Family Vineyard, Colgin Cellars, Dalla Valle Vineyards, Harlan Estate, Eisele Vineyard, Rudd Oakville Estate, Scarecrow and Screaming Eagle, among others
Seated dinner, live auction, paddle raise and musical entertainment hosted in the barrel room at the Culinary Institute of America Greystone
SUNDAY, MAY 6, 2018
Farewell VIP brunch at Thomas Keller’s Ad Hoc Restaurant in Yountville
To acquire VIP weekend or Saturday primary event tickets and tables, please click here or contact Dagmar Schildwach at firstname.lastname@example.org or 408.372.9905
About Inspire Napa Valley
When wine industry tastemaker Kerrin Laz’s mother was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s in 2014, she knew that she had to do something to help fight this disease. In 2017, Kerrin founded Inspire Napa Valley to raise critical funds and awareness of Alzheimer’s disease in the Napa Valley, with proceeds directed to support the Alzheimer’s Association. Join us in tackling the sixth-leading cause of death in the United States and the only disease in the top ten causes of death without a way to prevent, cure, or slow its progression. Our goal is to raise more than $1 million to address this rapidly growing health crisis.