Sharing Uncommon Ground
The greatest vineyard sites in the world challenge the very survival of the vines. Ideal combinations of climate, soil, and topography are not, at first glance, places where one would expect an agricultural product to flourish. But Edoardo Seghesio, a native of Dogliani, Italy, knew promising soil when he saw it. In 1895, when he first laid eyes on the fifty-six acres of pastureland that would become Home Ranch, intuition told him it was the perfect site for Zinfandel and Italian varietals.
All of the modern research and advances in viticulture concur with Edoardo’s instincts, as northern Sonoma County is now considered the premier region for Zinfandel and the Italian varietals in which we specialize.
Over the last 120 years the family has acquired, planted and farmed 300 acres of prime vineyards throughout Sonoma County.
With fifth-generation winegrower Ned Neumiller now leading the vineyard team, Seghesio is proud to fuse generations of experience with modern farming practices.
Commitment To Sustainability
Seghesio has been farming sustainability since 2003, utilizing the greenest inputs possible while striving to maintain the highest quality hand-farmed fruit.
Each successive generation has demonstrated a similar love and regard for the land, and over the last 120 years the family has acquired, planted and farmed 300 acres of prime vineyards in Sonoma County. We call it Sharing Uncommon Ground.