Backyard Vineyard Tour

The 6th Annual NV&W Backyard Vineyard Tour and Nevada Wine Celebration

Go to the Passport to see all of the activities and each of the vineyards featured

(our primary fundraising event of the year)

Saturday and Sunday, August 3 & 4, 2019

Tour Saturday, 10 AM – 4 PM

Happy Hour Saturday, 4 – 6 PM (see your passport for various locations)

Tour Sunday, 10 AM – 2 PM

Wine Celebration Sunday, 3 – 5 PM  – Tamarack Junction Casino Patio & Conference Center, 13101 S Virginia St, Reno

 

If you wish to purchase by check mail your check to 3500 Lyon Lane, Washoe Valley, NV 89704 and include the number of tickets you want, your ticket category you are in (below), your mail address and your phone number.  The cutoff date for mailing ticket has been reached.  Any tickets sold after July 30th will have to be picked up at one of 2 will calls or at 4th Street Wineries between 5 and 6 PM of Friday the 2nd of August. 

Ticket Pickup Points After July 30th Purchase

Peavine Cellars, 8495 Opal Station Drive Reno NV, (Vineyard  #7) on Saturday 3rd or Sunday Aug 4th during tour Hours

NVUS Vineyards, 3500 Lyon Lane, Washoe Valley, NV 89704 (Vineyard #17) on Saturday or Sunday during tour Hours

4th Street Wineries, 415 E. 4th St, Reno only between 5 and 6 PM on Friday August 2nd (ask for Dave P.)

 

For more info or questions email events@nvandw.com or phone:   775-629-6648 (leave a message).

 

We Need a lot of help from our members to back this a special event.  See our TODO List and volunteer.

 

 

Ticket Pricing for the 2019 Vineyard Tour and Celebration

 

 

All pricing is Per Person (PP)
Only 200 Tickets, so don’t wait until they are sold out

1 ticket:
– Non-members: $75 each
– Members: $65 each
– Ambassador: $60 each

2 Tickets
– Non-members: $70 each
– Members: $60 each

20 ticket Block Purchase (assigned to a group/club): $55 each

Individual tickets the day of the event at the door (member/non-member): $95


Select Your Tickets



Since NV&W is a 501(c)(3) the price of the tickets minus the reasonable price of food and drink may be tax deductible.