ST. HELENA, Calif. (PRNewswire) — Louis M. Martini Winery has announced plans to restore its historic winery, with a scheduled opening in March.
The restoration project includes an atrium leading into the building’s open floor plan, which features 30-foot-high glass walls with views into the barrel cellar, a demonstration dining room, an underground cellar with private wine libraries and a range of immersive Cabernet Sauvignon experiences. The design showcases reclaimed materials, including the original terra cotta wall tiles.
“Both my father and grandfather would be extraordinarily proud of how the winery’s heritage is being carried forward,” said Carolyn Martini, granddaughter of founder Louis M. Martini and daughter of Vintner’s Hall of Fame member Louis P. Martini. “Their legacy of producing Cabernet Sauvignon in Napa Valley will continue to be shared with generations to come.”