A day in Napa usually revolves around wine, taking in the scenic beauty, wine, enjoying wonderful meals, wine… And soon, oenophiles will have yet another stunning property to add to their wine region must-not-miss list.
Established in 1995, Lokoya has, over the last twenty years, become known for its collection of four distinct Cabernet Sauvignons. They are named for Napa Valley’s most renowned mountains — Mount Veeder, Howell Mountain, Diamond Mountain, and Spring Mountain. Yet, until now, the brand hasn’t had a property worthy of its exclusive productions.
This Fall, Lokoya will open its first estate atop Spring Mountain, known for its natural springs and the lush canopy of its heavily forested hillside. The 77 acre property will be the new home to Lokoya’s limited production Cabernet Sauvignons.
The Lokoya Estate will boast a private tasting space and villa reminiscent of a European castle. Guests — by appointment only — will start their experience greeted with champagne, followed by a tasting of each of Lokoya’s four vintages paired with a food accompaniment.
*Renderings courtesy Lokoya Estate