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Freemark Abbey Winery

Freemark Abbey Winery, located between St. Helena and Calistoga in California’s Napa Valley, traces its roots to 1886. The historic building has been transformed to offer new guest experiences including diverse wine education and tasting options in the Bosche Room. The renovation preserved the stone building originally constructed in 1899 with a series of additions through 1906. It also introduced modern updates, including a dedicated space for the winery’s exceptional wine library, a rejuvenation of its original tasting room featuring a gallery display of key events through the years, a new lounge for Freemark Abbey wine club members, plus a barrel room and Partner’s Room. A core component of the renovation design was capturing the winery’s historical significance, while providing a welcoming, immersive and modern experience for visitors taking tours, tasting wine and enjoying a fine dining experience.

Information

Location
St. Helena
Client
Jackson Family Wines
Project type
Winery Renovation
Features
Renovated stone building
New restaurant for celebrity chefs
New event/artisan retail space
VIP tasting room
Barrel room event space
Wine library