Mayacamas Vineyards will open a downtown tasting room at the First Street Napa complex this fall, according to a news release.
Mayacamas’ location at 1256 First St., adjacent to Charlie Palmer Steak Napa and below Archer Hotel Napa, will be a multi-use venue with a wine boutique, sidewalk patio and private tasting space.
“We are excited to welcome a local winery with deep roots in the Napa Valley community by supporting the opening of its new tasting room following the North Bay wildfires,” said Todd Zapolski, principal of Zapolski Real Estate, LLC.
“After meeting with the folks at Mayacamas, it became very important to us to help them find a new home. Mayacamas will be an outstanding addition to First Street Napa.”
Founded in 1889, Mayacamas’ vineyards and winery operations are located on the slopes of Mount Veeder.
In July 2013, Mayacamas was purchased by the Jay Schottenstein family.
“Mayacamas has played a role in both the history and modern era of Napa Valley and we are looking forward to joining the thriving downtown scene as a part of First Street Napa,” said Jay Schottenstein.
“We are excited to welcome visitors and locals alike to experience Mayacamas wines first hand.”
First Street Napa, owned and managed by Zapolski Real Estate, LLC and Trademark Property Company, welcomed its first series of shops and restaurants in fall 2017 with continued openings phased throughout 2018.
Tenants currently open are the Archer Hotel Napa, Charlie Palmer Steak Napa, Overland Sheepskin Co., Compline wine bar + restaurant + merchant, Napa Valley Jewelers, Eiko’s Modern Japanese Cuisine, Brown Estate, Kalifornia Jean Bar, Mecox, Lush, Tommy Bahama, Sky & Vine Rooftop Bar, Pacific Union International, State & First by Maris Collective and Silicon Valley Bank.
The project recently announced additional tenants to open in 2018 including Makers Market, lululemon athletica, Napastäk Napa Valley and John Anthony Family of Wines.