With so much to choose from during your wine country visit to Napa Valley, whether exploring the culture, including the sunny weather and beautiful vineyard vistas, there is always something for everyone. At Flora Springs our events stand out above the rest. We invite you to get a taste of what’s in store for 2018 as we have planned many exciting experiences and activities from wine release parties, wine dinners, sporting events and international travel to Wine Club exclusive events.
With two locations for hosting you, Flora Springs offers unique experiences set apart from the norm. Sitting on the benchland of the beautiful Mayacamas Mountain range, The Flora Springs Estate offers a scenic setting surrounded by majestic oaks, lush fruit trees, and panoramic vineyard views.
For a livelier experience, the Flora Springs Tasting Room off Highway 29, showcases a modern design that mimics the hillside caves and natural springs of the Flora Springs Estate. Here you’ll find our Vineyard Courtyard picnic area and Rooftop Lounge, both with stunning views of Napa Valley’s western hillsides and vineyards a perfect setting for a memorable time in Napa Valley’s wine country.
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Art Exhibit Featuring Acclaimed All Hallows’ Eve Artist Jeremy Fish at The Room: September 1 – 30
September 1, 2017 - September 30, 2017
Jeremy Fish, the acclaimed artist behind this year’s All Hallows’ Eve Cabernet Franc label art, is curating an exclusive exhibit of his work at The Room.
The exhibit is open during our regular business hours – daily from 10 am to 5 pm – throughout the month of September, and admission is complimentary. We invite you to view the exhibit and then stay to enjoy a wine tasting. Learn more about our tasting experiences.
About the Artist
Currently the official Artist in Residence at Coit Tower in San Francisco, Jeremy Fish has a degree in painting and a focus in screenprinting. His education and work experience has lead to a career as a fine artist and commercial illustrator. Finding a balance between exhibiting his work both across the US, and internationally in galleries and museums, he also maintains a presence designing skateboards, t-shirts, vinyl toys, album covers, periodical illustrations, murals, sneakers – and now, wine labels. His artwork is mainly about storytelling and communication, told through a library of characters and symbols with an emphasis on finding a balance with the imagery somewhere between all things cute and creepy. Jeremy has been based in San Francisco for the last 20 years. Learn more.