Come enjoy the valley and all we have to offer this Mother’s Day:
Relax and Rejuvenate
Silverado Resort and Spa in Napa offers all mothers a complimentary glass of sparkling wine with their spa treatment and 10% off of any purchase at the Spa Boutique. Try their Honey Dream Massage that provides a deep relaxing myofacial massage technique using luxurious honey. Enjoy a Milk and Honey facial mask applied with Marma pressure points. $140, 50 minutes.
Villagio Inn & Spa in Yountville is having mid-week specials during the month of May to celebrate mothers. Choose from the three different spa and hotel offers that will be sure to impress the mother in your life.
Calistoga Spa Hot Spring ‘s Girls Getaway package includes two Mud Baths, two 60 Minute Swedish massage, two embroidered robes and a relaxing eye pillows to use throughout your day and then take home. Spa guests can also soak in their mineral pools. $340 for two, $170 for each additional guest.
Tour in Style
Enjoy a Balloon ride with Napa Valley Aloft and add on a Champagne post-flight breakfast for an additional $20 per person.
Treat your Mom during the month of May to one of Verve Napa Valley’s unique tours and they’ll pamper her with Champagne, fresh flowers and a unique wine country experience that will secure your position as her favorite child. Mention this special offer when you book: call 707-253-2269 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Tours start at $510 for six hours/up to six people.
Sip and Swirl
Enjoy a seated tea tasting by Creative-a-Tea at River Pointe Resort on Lincoln in Napa on Saturday May 7 that includes four different confections from local Napa establishments and 5 choices of their specialty tea. 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. $25 per person, RSVP only.
Stop by for a tasting at the Napa Valley Distillery’s salon in Oxbow Public Market. Grab their Mother’s Day gift set that includes – Napa Reserve Vodka made from Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc, Napa Valley Bitters – Hibiscus Rose Bitters, Liber & Co. All Natural Grenadine Syrup. Also included is a recipe card so that she can enjoy a delicious Pomegrante Cosmo any time. $91, receive 10$ off by mentioning this post.
Mother’s are offered a complimentary tasting and 10% off their rosé at Sherwin Family Vineyards in St. Helena on Sunday. Just mention that you saw this offer through Visit Napa Valley
Enjoy a Private Tasting or an Exclusive Single Vineyard Tasting at Alpha Omega winery in St. Helena. With any of the experiences, mothers will also receive a gratis tasting of Alpha Omega’s famous rosé that is always in high demand.
Up Valley Vintners tasting salon in Calistoga is offering a two for one tasting for Mother-child couples all weekend long.
Wine and Dine
The Vintner’s Collective in downtown Napa has a Lunch & Wine Tasting menu catered by Napa Valley Bistro that includes a custom tasting experience of 6+ wines. Guests can select the wines to pour from their portfolio of 130 different wines. The lunch is hosted on their second floor in a private area with a patio where guests can enjoy the sun and the unique downtown location. Tuesday-Sunday, 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. for $125 per person.
B Cellars in Oakville has a variety of tasting options perfect for Mother’s Day. Try the Chef’s Garden Pairing, a farm-to-table, four-course wine and food pairing. It is hosted on their beautiful back patio, weather permitting. $135 per person, 120 minutes.
Mother’s Day Brunches – Sunday, May 6
Many restaurants will be featuring a special menu, so make your reservations ASAP!
The Lakehouse at Calistoga Ranch, normally only available to guests of the resort, will feature a special menu to the public.
The Meritage Resort & Spa is having a special brunch buffet with activities for the little ones.
Eiko’s Serves Fresh Dim Sum & more that Sunday.
FARM at The Carneros Inn is having an amazing family-style brunch.
Compadres Rio Grille is offering a brunch buffet on Sunday that includes about 35 different items.
Goose & Gander in St. Helena has a prix fixe menu from 10:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. for $55 per person.
See where else to venture at www.VisitNapaValley.com
Photo credit: Bob McClenahan