According to a recent permit application, The Vice Wine is planning to begin operating at 101 S Coombs Street, Unit Y 15 — joining the multi-functional workspace 100 Coombs, “a vibrant community of creative studios at Tannery Bend in downtown Napa,” according to its website.
What Now San Francisco reached out to Co-Owner Torie Greenberg, but she was unable to provide additional information before the time of publication.
How The Vice Wine intends to use the space hasn’t yet been clarified. Nevertheless, information shared on The Vice Wine’s website offers some insight into the concept.
The Vice Wine introduces itself as “a Napa Valley luxury wine brand made in small batches,” elaborating that “each batch is crafted from single grape varietals sourced from hand-selected vineyards that best express the grape varietal and the region that it comes from.”
Behind the label are Malek Amrania — “a Moroccan-born world traveler, Team USA athlete, and Level 3 Sommelier” — and Greenberg, his wife, who studied at Parsons and handles “all things visual & branding,” while also serving as the Design Director for fashion brand MISA Los Angeles.
The article will be updated when more information is shared. In the meantime, follow The Vice Wine on Instagram for additional updates.