Liana Estates Debuts New Outdoor Deck, Garden Graze Tasting Experience

(Michelle Walker) Photo by Michelle Walker

Napa's Liana Estates has debuted an outdoor tasting deck and new “Garden Graze” wine tasting experience. With views of the surrounding San Pablo Bay and Carneros Valley, The Deck is the newest addition to the winery’s distinct tasting spaces, following the recent opening of its Cultivator’s Club Lounge and private wine tasting loft.

The Deck – located off the winery’s Bocce Garden – covers 1,300 square feet and overlooks the 100-acre estate and the San Pablo Bay. Dozens of olive trees permeate The Deck floor in their natural growth pattern, providing shade for guests. Industrial-modern furniture offers seating for up to 25 guests. The Deck will be open to guests daily.

To celebrate The Deck’s opening, Liana Estates is launching a weekend "Garden Graze" tasting series. Every Saturday, guests and locals are invited to gather on The Deck to enjoy current Liana wines such as the Orange Muscat, Viognier, Vintner’s Pink, and more along with gourmet barbecue-themed plates. Dishes include: Grilled Prawn and Pineapple Kabobs, Slider Samplers, and Grilled Vegetable Kabobs. Outdoor games such as cornhole, horseshoes and bocce ball are also available. 

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Liana Estates’ Deck and Tasting Room are open daily from 10:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Liana Estates wine is also available for purchase in the Tasting Room and online; pricing is accessible as the wines range from delicious lifestyle varieties to exclusive limited productions. 

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