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Dinner Train Schedule

Vintner's Dinner
Time Activity
5:30 PM Check-in
6:00 PM Board Train
6:30 PM Train Departs
9:30 PM Train Returns

Any reserved seats not checked in 10 minutes prior to departure may be released for resale.

Jericho Canyon Vineyard Vintner's Dinner

Friday, August 8

Spend a Friday evening immersing yourself in a complete Napa experience during the Wine Train’s Vintner’s Dinner featuring Jericho Canyon Vineyard. Join third generation Wine Train proprietor and fourth generation vintner, Nicholas DeDomenico Bleecher, and Jericho Canyon Vineyard Director of Sales and Marketing, Tara Katrina Hole, for an unforgettable evening. Nicholas and Tara will be sharing their highly sought after, powerful yet elegant, terroir driven Cabernet Sauvignons and Sauvignon Blanc. Chat with Napa Valley Wine Train’s Executive Chef Kelly Macdonald, Nicholas, and Tara while you drink exquisite wines, dine on a menu artfully paired to the afternoon's vino, and gaze upon Napa’s Vineyards from your elevated booth in the Wine Train’s 1952 Vista Dome Car. The menu for your afternoon has been specially crafted for this event, and will not be seen again.

Due to the extreme popularity of Vintner's Dinners, this event is seated with others. Parties of two may be seated with other parties of two.

Vintner’s Dinner Includes: Multiple course gourmet meal, three glasses of pre-selected wine, and a ride in the Vista Dome Car.

The Napa Valley Wine Train's Vista Dome Car and Chef Kelly Macdonald with Nicholas and Tara

About Jericho Canyon Vineyard

In 1989, Marla DeDomenico Bleecher and her husband, Dale Bleecher, left the hustle and bustle of the Bay Area joining her parents, Wine Train founders Vincent and Mildred DeDomenico, in beautiful Napa Valley.

Settling into a 135-acre canyon nestled at the base of Mt. St. Helena, they planted 40 acres of steeply terraced and sustainably farmed vineyards. Noted winemaker David Ramey soon discovered Jericho Canyon’s unique and exceptional fruit, launching flagship Jericho Canyon Vineyard designate wines for both Rudd Estate and Ramey Wine Cellars.

In 2006, they finished their winery and produced their first estate vintage. Nicholas Bleecher returned in 2011 to oversee winemaking alongside influential Bordeaux based enologist, Michel Rolland, and 2012 Food and Wine Winemaker of the year, Aaron Pott.

Jericho Canyon Vineyard

About Nicholas Bleecher

A second-generation Jericho Canyon vintner and third-generation Wine Train proprietor, Nicholas was born with wine in his blood. Raised in the wild terrain of Jericho Canyon with summers spent pruning, leafing, irrigating, and picking, he learned winemaking from the ground up. After a brief respite from vineyard duties working as a WineTrain marketing intern, he returned to Jericho Canyon with a renewed desire to better Napa Valley and create exceptional wine. Upon graduating from the renowned winemaking university, UC Davis, with degrees in Viticulture, Enology, and Managerial Economics, Nicholas ventured abroad to hone his winemaking skills.

Presently overseeing all aspects of winemaking, Nicholas believes in perfection, both in the field and in the cellar. To that end, he has surrounded himself with some of the most recognized winemakers in the world. Working alongside legendary winemakers, Michel Rolland and Aaron Pott, Nicholas has released his first wine as winemaker, the Jericho Canyon 2013 Sauvignon Blanc.

About Tara Katrina Hole

Director of Sales and Marketing

Having developed an interest in wine and agriculture at UC Davis, Tara joined Jericho Canyon as an intern in the summer of 2007. Five years later, she accepted a position as Director of Sales and Marketing. In addition to her role at Jericho Canyon, Tara has served as a guest speaker at UC Davis in both the Viticulture and Enology department and the Agricultural and Resource Economics department covering the topics of sustainable viticulture and maintaining luxury brands.