January 11-19, 2020
This festival creates stunning artwork as light displays are projected onto a variety of buildings throughout Downtown Napa and the city of Napa. Original art works will light up the night sky for one week in this unique display.
From winemaker dinners to cooking classes, wine tastings, candlelight yoga, painting in the vineyards and more, The Meritage Resort offers a variety of Napa Valley, CA events for both guests and locals throughout the year.
Trinitas Cellars Tasting Room at The Village
Friday, January 17
6 to 8 p.m.
Dating back to the 1890's dueling pianos started as a way for two musicians to battle to show who can play best. Today, dueling pianos is one of the hottest live acts of entertainment where you get to request the songs, from classic rock, to R&B, to today's Top 40 hits. And best of all, if you don't like the song, you can tip them to stop the inevitable "Baby Shark" song request. Join us for an evening of fine wines, lite bites and interactive entertainment as we host the first stop of the Napa Valley Winter Music Series.
On top of all the fun, we've lined up the perfect wine pairings, consisting of by-the-glass and bottle specials to help you savor the moment.
Sunday, January 19
4 to 5:30 p.m.
Our popular Candlelight Yoga Social returns to Spa Terra. Finish the weekend centered with a deeply relaxing, gentle form of yoga offered in the sanctuary of our underground Estate Cave. After, continue the relaxation with a healthy juice prepared by our acclaimed culinary team.
Candlelight Yoga includes:
• 45-minute gentle flow yoga class amid the calming setting of our candlelit Estate Cave
• Complimentary juice tasting
• A $20 certificate toward a future treatment at our award-winning Spa Terra
$30 per person. All levels welcome. Please note classes are limited to 30 people. Spa facility access is not included.
January 26 - February 1, 2020
Napa Valley Restaurant Week allows locals and visitors to dine and delight throughout the valley and experience our legendary food and wine culture. Through multi-course prix-fixe menus for lunch ($20 or $30) and dinner ($38 or $48), guests can try out the latest culinary hot-spots or revisit old favorites all week long. Our farm-to-table practices and Michelin-Star rated restaurants make the Napa Valley an epicurean’s destination, and there’s no better time to enjoy it all than during Restaurant Week.