Seven Stones Winery Offers Art Tours of Private Wornick Collection

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By • Mar 29th, 2010 • Category: Wine and Liquors

For the First Time, the Wornick Family is Offering Tours of Seven Stones Winery and their Renowned Art Collection. For the first time, prominent art collectors Ron and Anita Wornick are opening their home and offering a tour of one of the most esteemed private art collections in both Napa Valley and the United States. For wine and art connoisseurs alike, beginning in May, the Wornicks invite guests to join them for a by-appointment-only insider tour of their private residence, personal art collection, as well as a taste of their lauded Seven Stones Cabernet Sauvignon.

Inside the Wornick Collection
Starting off the tour in true wine country fashion, guests will have the opportunity to enjoy a glass of the Wornick’s celebrated 2006 Seven Stones Cabernet Sauvignon in the winery and around the grounds. The estate’s personal art curator will guide guests through the premier outdoor sculpture selection including the winery’s namesake sculpture “Seven Stones” by Richard Deutch. With panoramic views of the valley floor below them, guests are encouraged to wander through the estate’s lush gardens and walking paths as they admire the countless sculptures dotted throughout the property. The Seven Stones’ outdoor sculpture collection includes pieces by notable artists such as Viola Frey and Glenna Goodacre.

Inside the Wornick’s private residence, guests are led through Ron and Anita’s expansive contemporary craft collection, much of which has traveled to the American Craft Museum in New York City and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. This world class assemblage includes an array of intriguing pieces made from wood, ceramics, glass, fiber, and metal by distinguished artists such as Olga de Amaral, David Phelps and
Stephen de Staebler.

Art tours at the Seven Stones estate are offered by appointment only for serious wine buyers of groups of no more than eight people. For more information, please contact 707.963.0993 or info@sevenstoneswinery.com.

About Seven Stones
Seven Stones resides on just under two acres of the Wornick family wine estate in St. Helena. From small and meticulously cultivated vineyard parcels, winemaker Aaron Pott produced just 316 cases of 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon ($175/bottle). The wine is available exclusively through the Seven Stones mailing list. For more information, please visit www.sevenstoneswinery.com.

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