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Loveski Napa x Flowers

Wednesday, August 21st  |  5:00  - 7:00 PM at Loveski Napa


Get together with Loveski owners Christopher + Martina Kostow and Flowers Estate Director, Jen Beloz!

Come hang out with our friends from Flowers! For $20, you'll enjoy two pours of their featured wine and take home a Loveski stemless wine glass (our gift to you!). Separate from your ticket, you’ll also have the opportunity to try Chef Kostow & Jen Beloz's collaborative sandwich, only available for one night.

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About Flowers

Flowers Vineyards & Winery has been growing Chardonnay and Pinot Noir along the far-west reaches of the Sonoma Coast for more than 30 years. Their iconic Flowers estate vineyards, Camp Meeting Ridge and Sea View Ridge, sit on precipitously steep and densely forested ridgelines perched high above the rocky and windswept Pacific coastline. Shaped by cool and rugged conditions, Flowers wines reflect a true sense of place, with pure and vibrant coastal character. Helmed by longtime estate director, Jen Beloz, Flowers continues to produce a highly-limited amount of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from these original estate vineyards on the edge of the Pacific in addition to their signature wines from the Sonoma Coast.

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Meet Jen Beloz

It was a love of travel and discovery that brought Jen to the wine world. “At the time, I remember thinking that no matter where grapes are grown in the world, it’s going to be a beautiful place to travel,” Jen recalls. “ So I traveled to Rioja, where I had my first experience of walking into a barrel room, and I will never forget the amazing smell that I now get to experience daily.”

What began as a few days of harvesting in the fields eventually led Jen down a winding road from Australia to New Zealand to Sonoma, where she found herself loving each and every aspect of the winemaking process. “Once you begin to understand what it takes to make a bottle of wine, you see that it’s a form of art,” she says. “It’s a mix of science and craft and creativity, and I really fell in love with it.”