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A private experience between you or your party and a host.
Private events will only allow one party/person to book a specific date & time.
After one reservation has been booked, no other reservations for that same date & time will be allowed.
Does VinoVisit charge my Credit Card?
You will NEVER see a charge from VinoVisit on your Credit Card statement resulting from a reservation that you book. We do however, allow the wineries where you are booking events to charge through our system. You will see a separate charge from each winery where you book an event.
You may see a charge on your card from VinoVisit if the event host chooses to use our payment gateway. In these instances, we charge your card on behalf of the host. All ticket sales are final and non-refundable even when VinoVisit is not charging your credit card. Please reach out to the Event Host if you have any questions regarding the event.
How is the "Due Today" amount determined?
Each event is setup differently. Some wineries choose to charge for all or some of the event price at the time of booking while others may choose to charge at the time of the event. The amount Due Today will include the costs of all events which are setup to charge the day of booking.
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Every year our grandfather Dan Tudor used to make wine for his friends and family. It's a tradition. The Tudor family has been growing grapes and lavender - and making wine on the Island of Hvar in Croatia - for over 2,000 years. The family began growing grapes in California early in the 1900's and continues to farm premium table grapes in Delano to this day. We select fruit from family owned vineyards and transform it into wine using traditional techniques. These include small fermentations mixed by hand and aging in French barrels. The resulting wine has a purity of natural expression that cannot be duplicated on a larger scale.
Winemaker Dan Tudor begins by using only grapes from the finest sites. Each row is farmed to very exact specifications in terms of water, canopy, leaf volume, fruit thinning, and shoot positioning. Individual rows are harvested at peak ripeness, not under-ripe and never over-ripe, obtaining maximum brightness and complex fruit flavors from each lot fermented. Perfect balance of tannins, flavor, alcohol, acid and fruit is the goal with the overriding approach being one of maximizing the quality potential of the fruit with the least intervention.
Traditional methods developed in Burgundy are used to handle the fermentations in small, hand mixed lots. Only the finest three year dried French oak barrels are used in a way that complements the wine without over-powering the elegance and finesse.