San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
‘How now spirits, wither wander you?’
To Rutherford, we hope, on August 10th!
Please join us for an extraordinary event: a quartet of creative spirits weaving together a most magical evening for your enjoyment. The evening begins..but of course! with a flute of bubbly (one of our signature pomegranate mimosas if you would like). Then, let the feasting begin: you’ll join all of our guests at the table set amid the vines for dinner, prepared by GATHER Chef extraordinaire, Sean Baker. Wines from Tres Sabores will accompany his farm fresh cuisine sourced from Tres Sabores and neighboring ranches. Then, our party continues in the ancient olive grove at the very edge of the vineyard where Tanya Bello’s project.b. dance company will premiere her new work: Site Lines. You will stroll along, viewing the dancers as they perform various movements in the bench land vineyard, amid the hillside vines, underneath the heritage oak, and on the crush pad. If you have never witnessed the special glow of sunset from the western Rutherford bench you are in for that delight but more, as Lighting Designer and the San Francisco Ballet’s Lighting supervisor, Kevin Connaughton, brings his own special vision to the farm, illuminating the dancers’ movements.
We can’t possibly describe everything about this unique evening because, well simply, nobody has ever drawn all of these elements together to create such an extraordinary evening before ---so the best answer to “ I wonder….?” is to plan to attend! Here are the details:
General Admission: $195
Early Bird Special: $175 (only available till June 30th)
SABOR Members: $175 (Tres Sabores Wine Club members)
Start time: 6:00 pm
Attire: Napa Casual with warm layers we will be outside
When & Where
Project. B. is a contemporary dance company based in San Francisco, CA. Its artistic vision is rooted in the traditional forms of modern dance and ballet. Project. B. evolves that tradition in its concept, style, and expression apropos to today's society and culture while eloquently engaging the audience in the art form of dance.