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*W.W.A.D.? Acadian Buttefly Spicy Dog  
*NVD Beautiful Day Paramour Fall French 75  
*Geranium Lemon Drop Peach Mojito Dirty Grapefruitini  
*Up North Old Fashioned St Angele

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Spring 2021 Summer 2021 Autumn 2021 Winter 2021
* Indian Springs Spritz             * Caribbean Sunset                  * Blue Da-Ba-Dee               * Portland Old Fashioned           
* Carmel by the Sea * Pineapple Sunrise         * Jennifer Juni-Pear * Poms'mo
* Garden Grove     * Pink Flamingo * BlueBerry Sangria * By the Fire
* Citrus Heights * Bird of Paradise * Rosey Mule * Pom Beach Tea


 

Spring 2020 Summer 2020 Autumn 2020 Winter 2020
* Yellow Brick Road  Strawberry Coast            Goldfinger       *Winter Wonderland        
* Ruby Shoes Pirates Booty          The Oscar Goes to... *Sugar n' Spice
* There's No Place like Home      Walk the Plank The Manhattan Experiment *Naughty & Nice
* Behind the Curtain Davy Jones Locker Key Largo *Mint Condition


 

Winter 2019 Autumn 2019 Summer 2019 Spring 2019
*Old Fashioned Nutcracker    *Gin Spice & Everything Nice  *NVD Meyer Lemon Drop  *Groundhog Day         
*Fruitcake Fizz *The Big Apple *Rye-N-Spritz *Catcher in the Rye
*Holly Jolly Cocktail *Close Up and Personal *Passion Fruit Daiquirita *San Francisco Sazerac
*Polar Express-o *Newton's Fall-y *Sazherac Agricole *For What Ails You


 

 
December 8, 2017 |

December 2017 | Ginn & Elegance

 

 

 

 

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December 8, 2017 |

December 2017 | Bah Humbug

 

 

 

 

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September 21, 2017 |

September 2017 | Son of a Hawaiian

 

 

 

 

 

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September 21, 2017 |

September 2017 | Son of the Dude

 

 

 

 

 

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September 21, 2017 |

September 2017 | Son of a Brew

 

 

 

 

 

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September 21, 2017 |

September 2017 | Son of a Flapjack

 

 

 

 

 

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July 8, 2017 |

Meyer Lemon Vodka

Napa Valley Distillery’s master blender and fearless leader, Arthur Hartunian, has fused the essence of two of our most popular spirits, Napa Reserve and Meyer Lemon Variety. The result is something even more spectacular: Meyer Lemon Vodka. It is naturally flavored with organic, hand-peeled Meyer lemon zest. Its richness and smoothness are reminiscent of our Napa Reserve, yet it’s subtle and elegant like our Meyer Lemon Variety. It is a truly unique spirit unto itself. 

This delicate sipper is first in a infinite line of our sipping Table Spirts, several of which will be released in 2017. Sipping or Table Spirits excite the palate with single natural flavors such as Ginger, Tarragon, or Dill and are meant to be enjoyed slightly chilled, neat, and paired with food. We suggest pairing our Meyer Lemon Vodka with a wide variety of scrum-diddily-umptious foods such as broiled salmon with tarragon, any assortment of smoked fish, deviled eggs, buratta and heirloom tomato salad, or wild rice salad. The pairing possibilities are endless. What is more exciting is that this  rst batch is reserved exclusively for you, our loyal Club Members.  ough we certainly plan on making more in 2018, this batch is yours! So drink up, and enjoy! …responsibly, of course.

 
 
July 8, 2017 |

East India Cocktail

A Victorian-Era Tiki Drink

When the sun didn’t set on the British Empire and they were busy ruling over the East Indies, fantasy surrounded that foreign land. Capturing the imagination of a bartending Yank, East India became the inspiration for this Victorian-age cocktail.  e  rst recipe was published in 1882, and its sweet fruit  avor is reminiscent of what we know today as Tiki Cocktails. The recipe has changed a bit since  rst being published, but here at Napa Valley Distillery, we love to rediscover a cocktail’s origins. We have cra ed this oak-infused cocktail from California Brandy, housemade Orange Curaçao, real Blackberry Syrup, and Blood Orange Bitters. It’s easy to enjoy! Just shake with ice and serve up with a lemon twist.

 

 

 
June 9, 2017 |

June 2017 | Spindrift