Up Where We Belong, Dinner at Mayacamas Vineyards

Mayacamas Vineyards may be up in the clouds, but they are still down to earth! As the highest winery on Mt. Veeder, 2400 feet above sea level, Mayacamas has immaculate views of Napa Valley. What’s better to pair with these views, then some rare wines and a fabulous dinner?

Mayacamas invites your group of 10 to their 500-acre estate to enjoy a tasting of rare, current, and library wines and a dinner prepared over open-fire cauldrons. The vineyard is gorgeous, as you’ll see on your winding path up to the estate. Mayacamas has a legacy of fresh and powerful mountain Chardonnay and has been called “one of the greatest Cabernet Sauvignon producers in the history of California,” by wine critic John Gilman. Clearly, any of the rare wines they pull to taste will be exceptional.


Founded in 1889, and officially becoming Mayacamas Vineyards in 1941, Mayacamas Vineyards is committed to classic and traditional winemaking techniques. The current vintners’ deep respect for the vineyard’s history is apparent in every iteration of their wines, resulting in deeply age-worthy wines. In 2013, with a change in ownership to the Schottenstein family and in-house winemaker Braiden Albrecht and consulting winemaker Andy Erickson, Mayacamas introduced fully organic farming. Through a blend of methods old and new, the Mayacamas wines today are better than ever before.


Raise your paddles as high as the vineyard and then you’ll be able to take in the breathtaking views from atop Mt. Veeder while at dinner with Mayacamas!


This lot includes:


  • Dinner for 10 at Mayacamas Vineyards featuring current, rare, and library wines
  • To be scheduled on a mutually agreeable date


Donated by Mayacamas Vineyards