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Take A Well Deserved Break

Oct 12, 2011
Take A Well Deserved Break
Enter for a chance to win a luxurious Napa Valley getaway.

legendary_napa_valleyYou work hard and deserve a reprieve from the daily grind. We firmly believe unwinding must involve delicious wine, so we’ve cooked up the ultimate wine escape to help you relax and rejuvenate while enjoying amazing vino. Prepare yourself for a legendary Napa Valley getaway.


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The Napa Valley Destination Council, Napa Valley Vintners, and The Meritage Resort and Spa, Spa Villagio, Chardonnay Golf Club, and Brix Restaurant are partnering to offer the chance to win the ultimate trip for two to the legendary Napa Valley during "Cabernet Season™." The time from November through April, when the pace slows, wines are aging in cellars, and local chefs cook heartier foods that pair well with the Napa Valley’s Cabernet Sauvignon and other great red wines is Napa Valley’s Cabernet Season™. Revel in the colorful natural beauty of the area’s rolling emerald-green hills and rows of dormant vineyards lined with brilliant-yellow wild mustard flowers.

The Winner and a guest will enjoy two nights of lodging and spa treatments at The Meritage Resort and Spa. In addition, two private tours and tastings at Napa Valley wineries will be arranged on your behalf by your personal concierge at the Napa Valley Vintners. You'll improve your handicap with a round at the Chardonnay Golf Club, luxuriate in Spa Villagio's "Suite Duet" for two, and indulge your appetite with an unforgettable dinner at Brix Restaurant and Gardens.

What are you waiting for? Make this incredible wine retreat yours today! Click here to enter to win.

Cheers to your legendary Napa Valley getaway!




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