Home Health & Wellness Wine, Women and Wellness Weekend Coming to the Westin Verasa

Wine, dinner, yoga, massage and relaxation is in store at the third annual Wine, Women and Wellness getaway from March 6 – 8.
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The Westin Versa Napa Image via Westinnapa.com

Ladies, let’s face it. You always deserve a night of indulgence, and here is the quintessential getaway made for you: The third annual Wine, Women and Wellness is coming to the Westin Verasa March 6 through 8.  Held in Honor of International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, this girls getaway will be packed with culinary, viticulture and health-inspired activities created just for women.

The Westin Versa Napa  Image via Westinnapa.com

The Westin Versa Napa Image via Westinnapa.com

The festivities will kick off on Friday, March 6 for the Grand Wine Tasting Event from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Solara Courtyard.  Guests will have an opportunity to taste the wines of female winemakers including Heidi Barrett of Barrett & Barrett and La Sirena and Hamel Family Winery. Cost is $25 per person.

A four-course wine pairing dinner at the Michelin-starred La Toque restaurant will follow the Grand Tasting, where Chef Ken Frank has created a menu of sumptuous courses paired with wines expressly for this event [and you cannot miss a meal from Ken Frank!].  Cost is $150 per seat.

Female-focused relaxation is in store for the entire weekend. There are morning yoga sessions led by lovable, longtime favorite yoga instructor, Buddy Macha. You can also book an in-room spa treatment with Gloria Curry Day Spa. To close out the weekend, Sophie Jaffe of Philosophie will be presenting a Superfoods Cleansing Smoothie Workshop showcasing ways to naturally recharge your body.

Wine, Women and Wellness Weekend 2014 Image Via GevMag.com

Wine, Women and Wellness Weekend 2014 Image Via GevMag.com

The Westin Verasa Napa has partnered with the Bay Area Chapter of Dress for Success on a clothing drive for this year’s event.  Dress for Success is a national charity which promotes the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire. Guests are encouraged to donate gently-used and clean suits, blouses and separates from within the last five years.