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Treasure Wines Spring update- 2018

Spring is in the air in Napa.  The weather has been in the 60’s but we are looking forward to sunny 70+ degree days in the coming weeks.  Easter should be the perfect day to celebrate with family and friends.

Our 2014 Treasure Napa Cabernet Sauvignon has been bottled and will be ready for release in September.  Stay tuned for more details. 

Our 2016 Treasure vintage has been aging in our new French oak barrels.  This was another great year in Napa where the terroirs of Napa will be nicely delineated.  Structurally, the wine is medium bodied and is showing very soft tannins.  Our 2016 will be bottled in February, 2019.

There is still time to stock up for Easter!

3 bottle pack 2014 Sauvignon Blanc - $45.00 (Reg. $75)

3 bottle pack 2011 Cabernet Sauvignon - $80.00 (Reg. $135)

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Come and visit us at Vintner’s Collective at 1245 Main Street, Napa

May 20th - 2-4pm

Daniel, our winemaker, will be pouring a variety of Treasure vintages! Meet owners - Mark & Patty to learn more about Treasure.


Pat Novosel
March 8, 2017 | Pat Novosel

2 Chicago Restaurants now serving Treasure Wines

We are excited to announce that two new Chicago restaurants will be serving Treasure Wines - Swift & Sons and Cherry Cirle Room - both are top Chicago restaurants.  Visit soon and enjoy Treasure Wines!

Swift & Sons - The team of Boka Restaurant Group, B. Hospitality, Executive Chef Chris Pandel and world renowned designers, Avroko, have created Swift & Sons - A place that not only elevates what has already been done, but evolved the American steakhouse for the modern diner.   In 19th century Chicago, the cattle trade was one of the most prestigious businesses of which to be involved, with one of the industry pioneers being Gustavus Franklin Swift. The design for Swift & Sons takes its inspiration from this titan of the industry, re-imagining what this fictitious company's headquarters might look like in the retro-future.

Cherry Circle Room - Executive Chef Peter Coenen’s rustic yet refined menu gets creative with familiar regional classics at this fine dining restaurant, while one of Chicago’s star barmen, Paul McGee, elevates the cocktail program with classic recipes and tableside cocktail service. Both are in cahoots with the award-winning creative minds of Chicago’s own Land and Sea Dept., purveyors of Longman & Eagle, beloved for its distinctively American farm-to-table, nose-to-tail ethos.

Time Posted: Mar 8, 2017 at 1:13 PM