The company said it has decided not to extend its lease of its site on Big Ranch Road. The Oak Knoll winery also stressed in its message that customers will “always be able to order” wine online on the company’s website.
“This isn’t ‘goodbye,” this is ‘we’ll see you later’…at our future location!,” the message read. However, no new sites have been announced.
Andretti and co-founder Joe Antonini, former CEO of Kmart Corp., who started the winery in 1996, could not be reached to comment on the decision to leave the Tuscan-style winery on the edge of the Napa.
It is unclear who will next occupy the winery site owned by the Laird family.