Napa Valley Vintners Premiere Event Sells Out

The Napa Valley Vintners, a non-profit trade association, announced that its annual Premiere Napa Valley Vintner, a wine tasting and auction for the wine trade taking place Feb. 26 at the Culinary Institute of America in St. Helena, is sold out. The sell out comes four weeks in advance of the tasting and auction and proves that there are many who are looking to get a taste of Napa Valley’s best of the best wine. Not only is the event a great place to discover the broad range of wines from Napa Valley, but it is also the perfect setting to network and build a relationship with those that are just as passionate about wine.

Premier Napa Valley recognizes that building and maintaining personal relationships with the top accounts that attend the event is very integral to their success. The wines that are to be presented  are ultra-boutique wines crafted in as few as 60 and never more then 240 bottle lots, all of them made from the 200 renowned wineries in Napa Valley. A buyer, like a restaurant or a retail store, will buy the wine and then offers them to their savviest customers. Even if you are not going to be in attendance to the event, you still have a chance to savor some of these exquisite wines. You can check at and tell your wine retailer to purchase wines on your behalf. Another way for you to purchase these rare wines is by visiting the website after the wines have been sold at the event to see who will have them on their wine list.

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