Written on
Jul 7, 2022


Tracy Lonsdale
I was so happy to revisit Meadowood and experience their renaissance; a return their roots as an intimate, exclusive wine-country retreat.   Where else in the wine country can you feel like you are part of a very exclusive private club.  Alongside the visiting guests, renowned vintners and residents come together to relax, celebrate milestones and immerse themselves in the epitome of the Napa Valley

Current Special Offering – Wine Country Retreat

Enjoy a mid-week getaway and awaken to the rhythms of nature and embrace our wine-country approach to contemplation, leisure and rest.  

A confirmed one category accommodation upgrade and a $75 daily estate credit during a Sunday through Wednesday stay, valid for stay dates

through August 2022.

Combinable with Travel Partner amenities; not applicable to groups and blackout dates may apply.

Some of the Highlights:

The Wine Center

Helmed by Kelli White and Sarah Bray, The Wine Center at Meadowood presents a unique opportunity for guests to be deeply exposed to the culture of wine and to discover the nuances of wine and winemaking in Napa Valley and beyond. Guests have access to an insider’s take on connoisseur-ship, all while enjoying a curated selection of fine wines. Classes and customized experiences range from $200 to $3,500 and are only available to Meadowood members and overnight guests

Reforestation of Trees Project

Just as nature is intrinsic to Meadowood, so are our members and guests. Our ecosystem represents the balance between the flora, fauna, and humanity of this special place. In these beginning stages of renewal, we extend the invitation to Meadowood members and guests to plant a tree as part of their legacy here on the estate. Following the lead of Paul Asmuth, General Manager of The Napa Valley Reserve, Certified California Naturalist, and visionary of the Napa Valley Community Forest, we will roll up our sleeves and plant. Each participant will receive a certificate of planting with an exact RFID location of their tree which will be enjoyed, observed, and provide environmental benefit for generations to come.  

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