Sold Out - Join us Saturday, May 14th from 10am to 1pm for our annual Inglenook Vineyard Hike.
The morning will begin under the Inglenook pergola greeted with mimosas and breakfast pastries. We will pioneer participants through the Inglenook vineyards for a behind the scenes look into what makes Cabernet Sauvignon so special in our Rutherford Terroir.
The hike will conclude at the edge of the vineyard, where guests will be treated to a vineyard style lunch created by estate chef Alex Lovick, to celebrate the release of the 2013 Inglenook Cabernet Sauvignon.
This is a vineyard hike, please wear comfortable shoes and appropriate attire. The majority of the hike will be in sunny areas.
Join us on Sunday, June 12th from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM for a brand new member experience, Painting in the Vineyard. We invite you to grab a glass of wine and a paintbrush and meet us in the vineyard. Local trained artist Kari Wood will walk you, step-by-step, through the process of creating a painting of the vineyard scene. We will supply all of the materials you will need to create your own masterpiece, including a canvas, brushes, aprons, easels and the paint. You will even walk away with a masterpiece of your own to commemorate the occasion. The only thing you need to bring is a great attitude! While you create, passed hors d'oeuvres will be served to whet your pallet.
Join us for “Fire and Wine”an Inglenook Harvest Party Event. Don’t miss the party of the year at Inglenook, the only ticketed event of the year that is open to the public. Enjoy Inglenook wines paired with a broad array of dishes cooked over the open flame. Warm yourself by the fire pits, enjoy the fire dancer performances, and then dance the night away to our live band.
Celebrate Captain Gustave Niebaum's Russian heritage at Inglenook as Winery Chef Alex Lovick prepares an authentic Russian feast from their shared roots. Gustave Niebaum was born in Helsinki, Finland in 1842 which was a part of the Russian Empire of Czar Nicholas I, while our own Chef Lovick's family hails from St. Petersburg and Estonia and he grew up attending Russian school on weekends studying Russian history, literature, religion and language. For this event, Chef Alex will craft a menu to pair with Inglenook wines.