Long Meadow Ranch Coupons and Deals
Crafting a sensational collection of award-winning wines, extra-virgin olive oils, grass-fed beef, and heirloom fruits and vegetables, Long Meadow Ranch Winery & Farmstead marries the classic charms of the family farm with modern technologies such as solar panels and biodiesel fuels. Inspired by the seamless cycle of integrated farming, Long Meadow harnesses the benefits of sustainable cultivation in the shade of Napa Valley's Mayacamas Mountains. Explore Long Meadow's rustic environment and sample a rich variety of farm-to-table cuisine with this week's Gourmet offer: a selection of coffee, fruit, and pastries; a tour of the working ranch and winery; a three-course lunch with wine and olive oil pairings; and a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon to take home ($170, including gratuity and all other fees). The 650-acre ranch has received endless accolades: its Cabernet Sauvignon earned a slot in the top five of Wine Enthusiast's Top 100 Wines of 2010 and the winery was honored with the prestigious International Award for Commercial Interior Design from the American Institute of Architects. "A latticed entryway affords shade on hot days and filters the strong Napa sun," says the San Francisco Chronicle, "while earth-formed walls crowned by a canopy of wood beams and trusses are a metaphor for the surrounding groves and vineyard." Immediately after arriving at the ranch's Logan-Ives House, you'll be presented with a selection of coffee, pastries, and fruit, before enjoying a tour of the working ranch and winery—protected by the Napa Valley Land Trust. Stroll through the orchard-filled grounds and wind through the earth-formed wine and olive oil facility before savoring a seasonally inspired three-course lunch, prepared by executive chef Stephen Barber and paired with Long Meadow wines and extra-virgin olive oils. Sample dishes including a petite Long Meadow Ranch grass-fed New York steak, stone fruit galette, and buttermilk ice cream, before heading home with your own nod to Napa—a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon.
Sip and stroll around the historic neighborhoods of St. Helena with this exclusive deal that gives subscribers a Travelzoo-exclusive wine experience for two. For $45, get the Passport St. Helena to six award-winning wineries, a package that regularly costs $186.Not yet released to the public, this deal allows Travelzoo subscribers to visit any of the properties at any time, as long as the first visit is before March 31, 2012. The offers at each venue are:• Long Meadow Ranch Winery, a Travel + Leisure favorite: Four signature wine tastings and tastings of the award-winning olive oil• Savour St. Helena, ideal for late-night sips as the tasting room is open until 8 p.m.: Flight of four wines• Merryvale, praised by Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: Four tastings• St. Helena Wine Center, a local staple for more than 40 years: Complimentary wine tastings on Saturdays from 2-5 p.m.• Tamber Bey Vineyards, rated highly by Wine Spectator: Three tastings paired with cookies• Clif Family Winery at Velo Vino, serving wine sourced from organically and sustainably farmed grapes: Five tastings, Velo Vino glass to take home, organic olive oil tasting and an espresso drinkThe Passport will be handed out on the first visit and will be used for each of the next five visits.