Finally, the dream of being able to walk through a renowned Napa Valley vineyard and enjoy the priceless fruits of one's labor is an affordable reality!
Napa Valley, California (PRWEB) September 29, 2014
Wine lovers across the US and around the world who aspire to own a vineyard in California’s legendary Napa Valley -- but don’t have several millions of dollars in cash to bring their dream to life – can now head to David L. Harmon III’s new website, http://www.ownanapavineyard.com, and lease their very own authentic Napa Vine for just $99/year.
Harmon III, the founder of Wine.com, who was also the late winemaking legend Robert Mondavi’s first chauffeur, is using his own 7-acre vineyard in Napa Valley’s renowned Carneros Region for the groundbreaking initiative. Wine lovers who purchase a lease for themselves or as a unique gift for someone they care about will receive:
- A marker on the vine prominently displaying their name
- An elegant, suitable-for-framing certificate with a picture of their vine
- The opportunity visit their vine anytime to pre-prune, prune, sucker, leaf or harvest grapes
- An invitation to the estate’s Annual Night Harvest Party
- Access to a live webcam view of the vineyard
“For centuries, owning a piece of Napa Valley was simply impossible for the vast majority of people,” commented Harmon III, whose estate produces award-winning Pinot Noir. “But now with ownanapavineyard.com, it’s not just possible, but it’s extremely easy and simple for anyone to buy one or several vines.”
Added Harmon III: “Finally, the dream of being able to walk through a renowned Napa Valley vineyard and enjoy the priceless fruits of one’s labor is an affordable reality!”
More information is available at http://www.ownanapavineyard.com. For all other details and media inquiries, contact David L. Harmon, III, at dharmon(at)pinotnv(dot)com or 707-495-2464.
About David L. Harmon III
Before David Harmon founded and sold the famed wine.com website, he had a colorful past right out of a reality TV show. His animated life is filled with anecdotal stories that captivate his customers at his rustic but intriguing winery, Carneros della Notte (Carneros of the Night). Harmon tells tantalizing true tales, from when he was Robert Mondavi’s first chauffeur and helicopter pilot, to flying for the Indianapolis Colts, or working on movies like Thelma and Louise, Black Rain and Basic Instinct or working with the latest pop or rap star.