This 2008 harvest Michael Martini, third generation Winemaker, Louis M. Martini Winery, is celebrating 75 years of family winemaking excellence in Napa Valley since 1933. Think deliciously smooth Napa Cabernet Sauvignon and realize a Napa Valley family that has been consistently ahead of the curve. On September 19, 1933 Louis M. Martini secured a permit to crush grapes, bond # 3596, from the Bureau of Industrial Alcohol (now the TTB); although, the winery was not allowed to sell wine until December 5, 1933.;
Kelly McElearney, General Manager, and Francisco Vega, Vineyard Foreman, Ehlers Estate, on a historic 43.8-acre Napa Valley vineyard recently awarded organic certification status, allowing them “to preserve the purity and character of the estate fruit in a way that respects the land.8221; Ehlers Estate8217;s adopted organic practices in 2004 and biodynamic practices in

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