Management, Marketing and Leasing by Wilson Meany.
Management & Operations
Marketing & Events
Marketing & Events Manager
(707) 944-2456 /
Management Services & Leasing Opportunities
Vice President – Director of Property Management
(415) 905-5343 /
- 38,000 square feet; 31,454 retail square footage.
- Located on the 23-acre Vintage Estate.
A festival-style center, once known as “Vintage 1870,” V Marketplace offers upscale specialty shops, galleries and restaurants, a wine tasting cellar, and Napa Valley’s original hot air balloon company, all housed within and around the historic Groezinger Winery complex. Meandering cobblestone walkways, scenic views and lush picnic gardens surround the property. Special events and entertainment are scheduled year-round.
DAYS & HOURS OF OPERATION
- 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. – 7 days a week
- Special holidays hours vary
6525 Washington Street • Yountville-Napa Valley.
Hwy 29 to the Yountville/Veterans Home exit
9 miles north of the City of Napa – 45 miles (1 hour) Northeast of San Francisco
Phone: (707) 944-2451 / Fax: (707) 944-2453
V Marketplace HISTORICAL STATUS
V Marketplace is listed in the National Registry of Historic Places with the U.S. Department of the Interior.
V Marketplace HISTORICAL BRIEF
Formerly the Groezinger Winery, and once known as “Vintage 1870,” the V Marketplace complex was originally built in the year 1870 by German-born vintner Gottlieb Groezinger. One of the largest facilities of its day, the Groezinger Winery and family home occupied more than half of the 23-acre Groezinger Estate. It included a massive brick winery, a brandy distillery, a steam power plant, creamery, brick stables and barns, and a two-story estate mansion to the north of the property. The property was sold by the Groezinger family in 1889, but remained an operating winery under successive owners until 1955.
Hosting a handful of specialty shops and two small cafes, the buildings were reopened in 1968 as the Vintage 1870 specialty shop complex. Over the past decades, and under subsequent ownership, the buildings have undergone continuing restoration to carefully blend the character and charm of yesteryear with the richness of the present day.
Since opening in 1968, V Marketplace has distinguished itself as Napa Valley’s landmark icon of shopping, entertainment and special events. The center now welcomes over half a million visitors from around the globe through its doors each year.
YOUNTVILLE HISTORICAL BRIEF
The Town of Yountville was founded in 1831 by George Calvert Yount, the first white settler in the Napa Valley. Known as the “birthplace of Napa Valley’s wine industry,” Yountville is the town where the valley’s first grapevines were planted by founder, Yount over 150 years ago. George Yount is buried in the Pioneer Cemetery next to the Yountville Town Park.
VINTAGE HOUSE – NAPA VALLEY (Opened June 1985)
www.vintagehouse.com • Reservations: (800) 351-1133
Sister property to V Marketplace, the Vintage House is an elegant 80 room country inn of the finest California tradition. A 4-Diamond Triple A award-winning property, the Inn offers guests a unique resort atmosphere with pool, spa, tennis and cycling amenities.
VILLAGIO INN & SPA – NAPA VALLEY (Opened October 1998)
www.vintageinn.com • Reservations: (800) 951-1133
The Villagio Inn & Spa, a 112-room Tuscan villa-style inn, includes an elegant health spa, state-of-the-art conference facilities accommodating up to 100 people, 2 heated outdoor lap pools, whirlpool Jacuzzi and tennis courts surrounded by vineyards.