Tour de Napa: A Taste of the Valley's Finest

Tour de Napa: A Taste of the Valley's Finest

You're invited to join Hi-Time Wine Cellars for our 4th celebration of Tour de Napa: A Tasting of the Valley's finest at Singleton Classic Cars on Saturday, February 18th. Indulge in almost 100 wines from the valley's top wineries while interacting with winemakers, sommeliers and industry leaders. Guests will have the chance to sample Napa's top wines, along with fine cheeses, charcuterie, artisan breads and more. The wines tasted will be available for purchase at a 10% discount the night of the event.

February 18th, 2023 from 3:00-7:00 pm

VIP tickets are $175 and include early entry at 3:00 p.m. Select special wines will be  poured during the VIP portion only. SOLD OUT

General admission tickets are $125 Buy general admission ticket to Tour de Napa

The list of attending wineries is still growing, and includes:

Arietta
Band of Vintners
Bella Union

CADE
Cakebread Cellars
Cardinale
Domaine Carneros
Covert
Dolce

Duckhorn Vineyards
Far Niente

Freemark Abbey
Gemstone
Groth Cellars
Heitz Cellars
Jayson (by Pahlmeyer)

Kenefick Ranch
La Jota Vineyard
Le Pich
Lewis Cellars
Louis Martini Winery

Mt. Brave
Napa Bench
Odette
Orin Swift
Pahlmeyer

Paradigm Winery
Plumpjack Winery
Purlieu

Robert Biale
Rombauer Vineyards
Sequoia Grove
Sinegal
Silver Oak Cellars

The Setting
Turnbull
Vineyard 29

At Singleton Classics
2995 Airway Avenue, Suite B
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

Benefitting the Napa Valley Community Foundation

Napa Valley Community Foundation

Please note the following

Dress Code
The dress code will be "business casual". No shorts or tank tops.

Parking
Please note there is limited self-parking in the lot for Singleton Classics. However, there is plenty of self-parking along Airway Avenue, as well as the adjacent streets. No valet parking will be available for this event.

We do not send tickets for this event. Your name will be on a list at the door on the day of the event.

72-hour cancellation policy

Thank you to our sponsors:

Ryan Press Orange Coast Magazine