Please be aware that both wine regions Napa Valley and Sonoma County are currently under regional stay-at-home orders. Wineries are closed for wine tasting visits at this moment.
Covet Pass—the first-of-its-kind wine pass that gives you immediate access to complimentary tastings at the nation’s top wineries (view map and list).
How does it work?
From your purchase date, you have 365 days to redeem your premium complimentary tastings, 1 per winery. With an average tasting cost of $30, the pass pays for itself after just a few visits. Our thoughtfully curated collection of wineries gives you the freedom to taste more and stress less. All this, and perks to sweeten the deal.
Where is it available?
Covet Pass wineries span Napa Valley, Sonoma County, and Lake County, all a short trip away from the San Francisco Bay Area. The pass is expanding to more West Coast regions in 2020. As a Covet Pass holder, you will be the first to know about new wineries and regions.
Want to buy a Covet Pass for someone else?
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Savor Napa Valley’s award-winning wines and top-rated restaurants while soaking up its sun-drenched vineyards. Flanked by two mountain ranges, the Napa Valley spans 43,000 vineyard acres and boasts a unique Mediterranean climate that makes for ideal grape growing conditions—especially bold cabernet sauvignon, oak-influenced chardonnay, and fruit-forward merlot.
Experience the diverse scenery, farm-to-table culinary culture, and rustic charm that is Sonoma County. More than 70,000 vineyard acres stretch along Northern California’s Pacific coastline, home to some of the world’s best unoaked chardonnay, complex pinot noir, juicy zinfandel, and refreshing sparkling wine.
Discover one of California’s fastest growing wine regions just north of Napa County, where 9,000+ acres of vineyards, stunning vistas, and the largest freshwater lake in California await. Lake County’s high elevation, rich volcanic soils, and distinct climate produce a wide range of flavorful, structured wines worth exploring, from cabernet sauvignon to syrah to sauvignon blanc.