"Wine, Wisdom and Rock Experience" Set for August in Napa Valley
Fri, 28 Jun 2013 12:59:16
Have you ever dreamed of rocking out with rock legends and getting up-close and personal with a master winemaker at one of Napa Valley's most historic wineries? Look no further. To celebrate its 80th anniversary, Louis M. Martini is partnering with Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp to present the best of both worlds in their "Wine, Wisdom and Rock Experience," which takes place August 16 – 18, 2013.
You need to pony up some vacation-sized cash for it, so if vino and rock are two of your passions, it's so worth it.
Held at the renowned Louis M. Martini winery and vineyards in the heart of Napa Valley, participants will have the opportunity to tour the winery, enjoy the wine, and learn from Mike Martini, third-generation master winemaker as he shares lessons learned from three generations of the Martini family's pursuit of the perfect Cabernet. In addition, they will jam, rehearse, write and record songs with real rock legends, including guitar giant Joe Satriani.
"The 'Wine, Wisdom and Rock Experience' at Louis M. Martini winery is truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience packed into a twice-the-wow weekend," said Mike Martini, third-generation master winemaker for Louis M. Martini. "By combining classic cabernet with classic rock we're able to explore firsthand the lessons learned from making great wine and great rock."
The camp is a three-day experience running from August 16 – 18, 2013 in Napa, California. Held in the vineyards of Louis M. Martini in famous Napa Valley, participants will tour the vineyard and winery, conduct barrel tastings, blend their own special cabernet and hear first-hand about the lessons gleaned from three generations of winemaking experience.
Participants will rehearse, jam and play with Satriani and other rock legends, perform on stage at a final concert and hear behind-the-scenes stories from the rockers and the lessons they've learned from their mentors.
Tickets are limited for this exclusive experience and on sale today for $6,499. Reserve your spot today by visiting www.rockcamp.com.
Yes, it's pricy, but oh so worth it. Bottoms up! Riffs out!
Anyone got the scratch to participate?