Francis Ford Coppola's Winery Park Opens This April

VineyardsIn Geyserville, CA, The Francis Ford Coppola Winery Park will open April 5th for the 2013 season, offering a variety of packages for the family.

Referred to as “Wine Wonderland,” the Park is in Northern California’s Alexander Valley, and offers a series of amenities, including a pool with 28 private cabines, a performing arts pavilion, bocce courts, an on-site gourmet Italian restaurant, and a seasonal al fresco Pool Café.  Guests may sample any of the forty wines produced on-site at any time throughout their visit.

The pool is 3600 square feet and will be open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday until May 19th, then daily until September 24th.  Weekend hours will resume on October 4th, with the season concluding on the 27th.

The new Premium Cabine Package is $180 per cabine and includes four pool passes and four lounge chairs, the location of which guests may pre-select, as if picking seats on an airplane.  Also included are towels, wine tasting flights, two souvenir water bottles, a bucket of four chilled Sofia Mini sparkling wines, complimentary juice boxes for kids and a current issue of Zoetrope: All-Story Magazine

Customary Cabine Packages are $125 per cabine and include four pool passes, four lounge chairs, towels, wine tasting flights and two souvenir water bottles.

Limited daily pool passes are on a first come first serve basis, and start at $20 per person for adults (ages 13+) and $10 for children.

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