Napa Valley's Auberge du Soleil Launches Wine Club

Here's a tip for your oenophile clients: Auberge du Soleil, the Michelin-starred restaurant and luxury resort in Napa Valley, has announced the debut of its exclusive Club Vin du Soleil. The club, we hear, will deliver rare and often limited-production wines to members in their homes. Auberge Wine Director Kris Margerum selects vintages from the Napa Valley’s most comprehensive wine list which include new and long-standing favorites. Through Club Vin du Soleil, members also receive exclusive benefits at the famed Auberge du Soleil hotel and restaurant.

Margerum plans to utilize his Napa Valley base for many of his selections. In his 17 years in the wine program at Auberge du Soleil, he has developed close relationships with Napa’s most prestigious wineries and winemakers and through these connections is able to provide members with many special vintages not usually available to consumers.

Club Vin du Soleil is available to members in three distinct categories including Cru, premiere Cru and Grand Cru.  Membership prices range from $325 to $1,200 and depending on the category selected, members will receive four to six bottles per quarterly shipment beginning September 2011.

For more information or to sign up for Club Vin du Soleil, visit www.aubergedusoleil.com.

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