“Based on an overwhelming response from our guests, we are continuing our relationship with Deena Kirby and All Season’s Carriage Company,” said Georg Salzner, President of Castello di Amorosa.
Napa Valley, Ca (PRWEB) March 13, 2012
Included in the tour is a tasting of Castello’s Rosato di Sangiovese, vineyard education, glimpses of Wappo Indian petroglyphs and views of the Napa Valley. The tour concludes with a tasting of Castello di Amorosa’s wines- from Pinot Grigio to Cabernet Sauvignon - in the Reserve Tasting Room situated above the Courtyard.
“Based on an overwhelming response from our guests, we are continuing our relationship with Deena Kirby and All Season’s Carriage Company,” said Georg Salzner, President of Castello di Amorosa. “Deena provides a memorable experience for our guests and makes each tour unique and special. We look forward to sharing this unique vineyard educational tour with our guests again in 2012.”
Priced at $69 per person, horse-drawn vineyard tours are scheduled every Saturday from March 31 until May 6. Tours expand to every Saturday and Sunday from May 6 until October 27. The tours run six times per day starting at 11:00 a.m. The last tour is 3:20 p.m. All tours are weather permitting. For reservations or more information call the Castaldo at Castello di Amorosa at 707-967-6272.
About the Horse-drawn carriage company:
All Seasons Carriage Company, Inc from Acampo, CA provides the carriage and the Percheron draft horses for the vineyard tour at the Castello. Displaying “team effort,” the horses- Rocket and Winston- can easily pull their weight up and down hills. Originally bred as war horses, these 2,000 pound salt and pepper draft horses gently pull the carriage to the Sangiovese vineyard where guests learn about how wine is made starting in the vineyard.
About Castello di Amorosa:
Following fourteen years of construction, Dario Sattui opened Castello di Amorosa on April 9, 2007. Situated in the hills above Calistoga, Castello di Amorosa- a family-owned winery- produces world-class wines which are sold only at the winery direct to the consumer. The castle winery was made with brick, wood and iron imported from Europe and combined with over 8,000 tons of local, Napa Valley stone. Today, Castello di Amorosa, a popular Napa Valley destination, offers a variety of wine tasting and touring options in a unique Tuscan castle setting.