Louis M. Martini unveils new tasting rooms

Napa Valley wine brand Louis M. Martini has revamped its historic winery, installing spectacular new tasting rooms, a study specifically for wine education, spaces dedicated to food and wine pairings, and a new wine shop.

Originally build in 1933 and one of the first wineries to open after the end of Prohibition, the St Helena-based winery has been redeveloped and restored to preserve Louis M. Martini’s heritage in Napa, and showcase its range of iconic Cabernet Sauvignons.

The ten year restoration project was undertaken by award-winning architect Howard Backen, and officially opened on 29 March.

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