Ca’ Momi Wines coming to Oxbow Public Market in August

by TrevR on June 8, 2010

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Following the closure of Folio Enoteca earlier this Spring, a large space at the southern end of downtown Napa’s Oxbow Public Market sat vacant.

As we passed through recently we learned the space will be occupied once again later this Summer.

Ca’ Momi Wines, which to-date has operated without a formal winery and instead focused on sourcing high quality fruit and polishing its winemaking techniques, plans to open a “winery and enoteca” inside the Oxbow Public Market. According to posted signage, the target open date is August 2010.

Ca’ Momi produces a variety of reds, including a merlot, zinfandel, pinot noir and cabernet sauvignon, as well as several whites, including a pinot grigio, moscato, sauvignon blanc and chardonnay.

With the recently opened C Casa humming at the other end of the market, here’s hoping Ca’ Momi finds better success than it predecessor.

[techtags: Napa, Napa Valley, wine, winery, Ca'Momi Wines, Oxbow Public Market]

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