By now, harvest season is in full swing. Vineyard leaves are starting to turn and the temperatures are beginning to cool. October is around the corner, and with it the chance to don your spookiest costume and celebrate Halloween in the Napa Valley. All Hallows Eve offers another chance to break out some great food, wine, and other adult beverages, but with an extra kick from the spirits of the great beyond.

Here are a few of the Halloween festivities planned for 2018. Unless otherwise specified, these are adults-only events, and reservations are required:

Family Pumpkin Carving

Family Pumpkin Carving- Farmstead at Longmeadow Ranch. Sunday, October 21, 10 am to noon. $10/child (adult chaperone required) includes apple cider, one pumpkin, and toolkit.

Pagan Ball

Pagan Ball- Castello di Amorosa. Friday, October 26, 8 pm to midnight. $140/wine club members, $170/general admission (+$25 for RIP Early Admission).

Eat Drink & Be Scary

Eat, Drink, and Be Scary! Trefethen Family Vineyards. Saturday, October 27, 11 am to 3 pm. $40/wine club members, $55/general admission.

Halloween on the Hill

Halloween on the Hill- Rutherford Hill Winery. Saturday, October 27, 7 to 10 pm. $75/club members, $85/general admission.

Spooky Treats

Family Funday Special Edition: Spooky Treats- CIA at Copia. Sunday, October 28, at 1:30 pm. Tickets start at $15.

Dead Man's Cup

The Dead Man’s Cup: Griffo Distillery and Burly Beverages- CIA at Copia. Monday, October 29, at 6 pm. Tickets start at $35.


Somm’s Class Special Edition: Halloween Cocktails with a Twist- CIA at Copia. Wednesday, October 31, at 6 pm. Tickets start at $30.