A corporate retreat can provide a boost to company morale, and a chance for members of a team to reconnect. Many of Napa Valley’s wineries and resorts accommodate both large and small groups and offer world-class business services. Add amazing wine, delicious food, A&W transport, and Napa Valley is the perfect destination for your next team-building, seminar, board meeting, or conference. We checked out a few of the best itineraries to share with you.
The first should come as no surprise - Beringer, the world-class and renowned winery, has an array of beautiful and functional spaces for groups of all sizes. Spaces include the Rhine house, a beautiful 17-room stone mansion and historic exhibit of exceptional artistry and craftsmanship; Hudson House, built in 1852 as an original on the Beringer property with high ceilings and French doors, a wood-burning fireplace, and a wraparound porch; and the Grove, located just outside the Hudson House providing a landscaped outdoor setting surrounded by 100-year-old Redwood trees — an excellent locale for a group picnic. There’s also a Bocce Ball court and a variety of wine tasting experiences.
In St. Helena, we love Charles Krug Winery. Whether it’s an intimate dinner in their stunning Redwood Cellar, a conference in the historic Carriage House, or an executive team-building retreat on the Great Lawn, the winery offers a variety of one-of-a-kind corporate event locales to dazzle your team or your customers.
Solage, an Auberge resort, sets a new standard for corporate events in a gorgeous setting. The property is enormous with over 15,000 square feet of flexible indoor/outdoor function space. The resort will custom-build an itinerary of activities, meals and presentations to provide guests with a truly well-rounded corporate and Napa Valley experience.