Napa, CA – Ca’ Momi Winery’s Bianco/Rosso line of “House Wines” have a new look; redesigned labels, capsules and glass reflecting the style and quality of the Napa Valley wines that they deliver.
“We wanted all wines in our portfolio to share major design elements and to more accurately represent the quality of the wine,” said C.E.O. and Winemaker Dario de Conti. “These Napa Valley wines have been winning distinguished awards and medals since their debut. They remain a tremendous value at just $13. Our new packaging gives the consumer a more accurate understanding of the beauty within: a sophisticated, stylish wine that has repeatedly bested competing wines that sell at double the price.”
“We are very proud of our Ca’ Momi Bianco and Rosso,” stated Stefano Migotto, Partner and Winemaker. “These two wines capture the pure essence of flavor and joy.”
The new label retains the image of Ca’ Momi, the owner’s home and fields in Veneto, Italy. It includes bronze foil treatments and a boxed type to make the winery logo pop. The label will be printed on uncoated, highly-textured paper, similar to the labels on their varietal specific Passion line of wines.
About Ca’ Momi Winery
Ca’ Momi is owned and operated by three Italian immigrants to the U.S. – Dario De Conti, Valentina Guolo-Migotto and Stefano Migotto – whose work is a tribute to the land of their birth and the food and wines that they love. Ca’ Momi’s owners came to the Napa Valley to blend the spirit of their Italian heritage, the obsessive care of their Old-World winemaking style, and Napa Valley’s wine grapes – which they believe to be the world’s finest. Ca’ Momi wines capture the vision and expertise of co-winemakers Dario and Stefano. In Italy, wine is an integral part of life. Ca’ Momi wines are meant to be enjoyed each night with family, friends, conversation and laughter. Ca’ Momi Winery has been named one of the Top 10 Hot Small Brands for 2012 by Wine Business Monthly; a list that honors wineries that are innovative, curious, adventurous and, most of all, producing delicious wine.
Ca’ Momi is proud to offer the following for the 2013 Napa Valley Vintners’ Summer Wines Promotion:
A bottle each of the 2012 Ca’ Momi Napa Valley Chardonnay and 2011 Ca’ Momi Bianco di Napa, plus a Ca’ Momi t-shirt (in your size), and a Ca’ Momi wooden wine box.
Total Retail: $72.90
Promo Price: $61.96*
Contact us today to place an order!
Call (707) 252-6664 or click here to email us!
* Shipping not included.
2010 Rosso di Napa
Double Gold Winner
2013 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
Ca' Momi was thrilled to learn that we received a double gold medal from the 2013 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition for our 2010 Rosso di Napa! All of the gold medal winners were invited to an exclusive tasting event in San Francisco to pour award winning wines. The 2010 Rosso di Napa is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Zinfandel, and Petit Sirah from our vineyards in Napa Valley. It's considered a great, drinkable red with bright strawberry and raspberry flavors, a velvety texture and full mouth feel. It finishes softly with a medium-bodied and complex palate that is loaded with fruit. This is considered a great "food" wine, meaning that it is not overpowering and easily paired with many different dishes. We are especially proud to have taken the double gold with this one as it represents the best selection of our Napa Valley vineyards.
Harvest is in full swing, and our vineyard crew is tirelessly hand picking chardonnay fruit at our Carneros vineyard.
If you have ever harvested grapes, you will have an appreciation for the hard work and long hours that are demanded this time of the year.
Fortunately for our cellar and vineyard crews, the weather has been temperate, mitigating a long list of unwanted challenges.
Pictured above is one of Ca’ Momi's Winemakers, Dario De Conti, checking on the progress.
Jimmy Smith (Ca’ Momi’s National Sales Manager) and owners Valentina Guolo-Migotto and Dario De Conti, headed east to meet the staff at Spec’s and share the full Ca’ Momi experience of wine & pizza!
Spec’s is a Texas based chain that specializes in wine, liquor, beer and specialty foods. they are also our retail partner in the Lone Star State.
Late last Friday, the trio took off in a Sprinter van full of supplies needed to keep it authentic and and share the experience. They even brought along a wood-fired oven while traveling the state to visit Spec’s retail hot spots including Dallas, Houston, Austin, San Antonio and the Woodlands
At each location Valentina, Dario and Jimmy engaged Spec's staff in making pizzas and of course eating them while tasting through all of Ca’ Momi wines.
Needless to say, it was a huge hit amongst the Spec's retail team and a lot of fun.
Ca’ Momi Winery has announced the release of its newest wine - a frizzante rosé called Ca’ Rosa Frizzante, which was produced in Napa from California grapes. This fun, lightly sparkling summer rosé will pair perfectly with a picnic at the beach, a day at the pool, or with a light dinner.
In 2007, Ca’ Momi Winery produced its first sparkling prosecco-style wine - Ca’ Secco Frizzante. Ca’ Rosa is its blushing companion. Ca’ Rosa is made from a blend of sauvignon blanc, chardonnay, pinot noir and muscat grapes, and has an alcohol level of 11.5%, making it easy to enjoy. This bright pink wine boasts a nose full of fruit such as pear, cantaloupe, pineapple and tutti frutti. On the palate you can identify strawberry, lychee and pear surrounded by tropical notes.
“Ca’ Rosa came as a result of the great success we have enjoyed with our Ca’ Secco Frizzante since its release in 2007” enthused Winemaker Dario De Conti. “Both of these wines are light-hearted and pair well with many foods. They are also the perfect accompaniment for relaxing in the backyard on a warm afternoon.”
Ca' Momi partnerd with the Active 20-30 Club of Napa #57 for
the Tee Off Fore Kids fundraiser at Eagle Vineyard and Golf Course.
In addition to offering a raffle donation, Ca' Momi filled empty glasses
Ca' Momi Regional Sales Associate Josh Carbajal toasting with
A Heavenly Pairing for Dessert
Wine Spectator, February 11, 2011
MaryAnn Worobiec -
"The latest restaurant to join downtown Napa’s Oxbow Public Market is Ca’ Momi, a triple-threat enoteca, pizzeria and pasticceria. The area is not suffering from a lack of wood-fired pizzas (Azzurro and Oenotri, in particular, stand out), but it’s great to have Ca’ Momi as an option, especially in this bustling public market, where I can meet a friend for lunch and pick up some local groceries for dinner in the same trip.
I was there for lunch recently, sharing some tasty pizza with a friend (the Diavolo with spicy salame really hit the spot). Recovering from a cold, I opted for a bitter Italian soda and not a glass of wine with lunch. But when the topic of dessert came up, I was defenseless. Ca’ Momi’s pastries are heavenly, and a milk and honey custard oozing out of a cream puff pastry ring was suddenly before us with two forks.
Owner Dario De Conti suggested a glass of Ca’ Momi Moscato California 2008 ($5 a glass) with the dessert. (He is also the winemaker for the Ca’ Momi line of wines, which are distributed around the country.) As much as I love Moscato for its aromatics and refreshing carbonation, my previous experience with it as a dessert wine has fallen flat—it can overwhelm (or work jarringly against) a sweet dish. I tend to prefer a glass by itself.
I was right to trust Dario, because the dessert and the wine together could not have been more harmonious. The wine was wonderfully perfumed, with plenty of floral, peach and spice notes. It offered a refreshing foil to the rich dessert. The finish is what really sold me—the lingering creamy texture of the custard and the aromatics filling my mouth showed me that I should be more open-minded about Moscato’s potential. I rated it 87 points, non-blind."
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