Eat, Drink, Stomp!
Join the Napa Valley community for one of the best, and squishiest, events of the year – the annual grape stomp. We encourage individuals, families, and teams to get down and dirty with the grape harvest. Event takes place at the Yount Mill Vineyards in Yountville. Stomp grapes with your bare feet in this lively, interactive competition where you can eat, drink, and stomp to your heart’s content.
Here are a few fun grape stomping facts you may not know:
- Grape stomping is also known as pigeage
- Stomping grapes is one part maceration, one part messy fun
- Mel Tillis wrote a song called “Stomp Them Grapes” to commemorate grape stomping
- Grape stomping was also featured in an I Love Lucy episode, “Lucy’s Italian Movie”
Harvest STOMP is attended by the industry’s most renowned growers and vineyard owners. This year, over a 100 local wineries will pour the best wines Napa Valley has to offer.
Stay with us at Napa Valley Hotel and Suites and attend the annual harvest grape stomp. In past years, the Harvest STOMP has sold out quickly, so don’t wait to call 707-226-1871 and make your reservations today.
The 2014 Harvest STOMP evening party is where you can kick up your heels with the grape growers of Napa Valley. Dance to live entertainment. Dine on local cuisine prepared by the finest local chefs. Sip the best local wines served up by well-known wineries such as Anthem, Antica, Arrow & Branch, Barbour, Bond Estates, Crocker Starr, The Tasting Room, and many more. Bid on exclusive, one-of-a-kind Napa Valley experiences in the live auction.
Bring your boots, your cowboy hats, and your party pants because this is one event you don’t want to miss. The reception starts at 5:00 p.m. The proceeds of the Harvest STOMP go to the NVG Farmworker Foundation, which supports the families of Napa Valley farm workers.
Spend some time stomping grapes this August, then join the party at the Harvest STOMP reception and dinner. Call the helpful and friendly folks at Napa Valley Hotel and Suites to make your reservations today.