Optimist Society Spring Member Event
Exclusively For Members
Seatings are available Saturday, March 9th and Sunday, March 10th at 11 am, 2 pm and 4:30 pm.
Two Case Members: Two complimentary tickets per Membership
One Case & Three Bottle Members: Two $50 tickets per Membership
Additional Guests: $75 per personEmail to RSVP
Pangloss Cellars, 35 E Napa Street
Atlanta Spring Member Reception
Hosted by Pangloss Cellars, Repris, Three Sticks & Sangiacomo!
We invite you to join us on Wednesday, March 20th for our Spring Member Reception in Atlanta!
Repris is part of our collection of wineries. It stands proudly as our estate winery, rooted in the historic Moon Mountain Vineyard and featuring balanced, elegant Bordeaux- and Rhône-style wines that eloquently capture the vineyard's dynamic identity. Three Sticks and Sangiacomo are best known for crafting Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from Sonoma, including many estate-grown wines.
Pangloss Members: $75 per person (up to 6 tickets)
$100 for additional tickets
For more information on the event and to purchase tickets, email us at email@example.com.
Anderson Valley Pinot Noir Festival
Please join Pangloss Cellars in 2024 at the Anderson Valley Pinot Noir Festival! Each year, Anderson Valley Pinot Noir Festival showcases the best producers from this hidden North Coast wine region.
Lodging options also fill up very fast, so it is best to reserve accommodations as soon as possible in the valley or the nearby Mendocino Coast.
We look forward to seeing you there!Purchase Early Bird Tickets
Anderson Valley, CA
Reach For The Moon!
Presented by the Moon Mountain District Winegrowers Association
SAVE THE DATE
Join us on Saturday, June 1st for the 2nd
Annual Moon Mountain District Winegrowers Association's "Reach For The
Moon!" Master Class and Grand Tasting at the historic Monte Rosso Vineyard.
Renowned wine authority and Vinous critic Antonio Galloni will host the Master Class featuring wines from celebrated Moon Mountain District sites, including Repris. Repris winemaker Erich Bradley will join the MMDWGA's panel discussion to discuss the vibrant history and volcanic terroir that make Moon Mountain District unique among the world's viticultural regions.
The Grand Tasting will
include a wider offering of small-production wines from 30 of the
Association’s member wineries.