Friday, July 17 | 8:30PM
It’s not often that one gets to bask in Napa Valley history while at the same time making more history. Louis M. Martini was one of the first Napa wineries to successfully reopen its doors in 1933, after Prohibition ended. Nearly a century of superb winemaking later, it opens the doors of its sleek, newly restored facility to festival patrons for a spectacular dinner to kick off the 2020 season.
Guests will dine on a glorious meal prepared by Nash Cognetti, Executive Chef of Tuscany-meets-Napa caterer Tre Posti, paired with Louis M. Martini’s legendary Cabernet Sauvignon. It’s sure to be a historic evening, with no prohibitions on enjoying the beautiful setting, sublime food and wine, and festive camaraderie.
Louis Martini Winery
Since 1933, the Martini family has played an integral role in establishing Napa Valley as one of the world’s premier wine-growing regions. Offering an array of extraordinary new experiences, the restored Louis Martini Winery reflects the family's commitment to making world-class Cabernet Sauvignon in the iconic Napa Valley.