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Seghesio Family Vineyards

Blends & Other Wines

Beyond Zinfandel and Italian varieties, Ted Seghesio makes an array of wines that showcase his true mastery of his art form.

Our Winemaking Philosophy

2011 Marian's Reserve

In 1975, Ed Seghesio co-fermented an equal blend of Zinfandel, Petite Sirah and Carignane for his own consumption. When the Seghesio family released the first wines under their name in 1983, Ed’s blend was bottled and released in honor of his beloved wife, Fay Marian. It was at Fay’s urging that their sonTed became the family’s fourth-generation winemaker. To showcase the varietal characteristics of these remarkable old vines while honoring his mother, Ted began producing Marian’s Reserve again in 2004.

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2013 Pagani Seghesio Heritage Red

Like the Seghesio Family, the Pagani’s have a history deeply rooted in Zinfandel. This wine comes form the storied Pagani Ranch in Sonoma Valley. The vineyard is completely dry farmed bringing a very deep root system that provides for a rich and nuanced structure to the fruit.

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2013 Burnside Pinot Noir

The Burnside Road Vineyard in Russian River Valley is a cool, marine-influenced site with undulating slopes that are often fog-covered in the mornings and late afternoons. Farmed by the Martinelli family, who have grown grapes in Sonoma County since the 1880’s, Burnside features the Russian River’s prized Goldridge soils, a sandy loam that is particularly well draining. Our grapes come from a northeastern-facing slope; a cool spot where the Pinot Noir ripens at a gradual pace.

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2013 Thomas Road Pinot Noir

The Thomas Road Vineyard is located in the Southwestern corner of Russian River Valley, near the small town of Graton. Its proximity to the Pacific Ocean makes it one of the coolest areas of the region. This vineyard features the Russian River’s prized Goldridge soils, a sandy loam that is particularly well draining and highly sought-after—especially for Pinot Noir.

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2011 Il Cinghiale Petite Sirah

We named this wine Il Cinghiale — wild boar in Italian — for a reason: Brawny and rich, it evokes untamed forest, an open fire and roasting meat. Petite Sirah was first introduced in California in 1878, mistakenly as Syrah. Growers recognized the error and soon began calling the newcomer Petite Sirah for its small berries and low yields.

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2011 Old Vine Carignane

Carignane is one of the world’s most widely planted varietals, prominent in Southern France, the United States, Israel, Northern Africa and many former Soviet countries. It is one of the wine industry’s favorite blending wines and a staple in our old vine plantings of Zinfandel. Like most grape varieties, Carignane vines evolve into something very special at about 50 years of age. This wine displays the character and complexity inherent in mature vineyards.

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2010 Dionigia

“Dionigia” was Angela Seghesio’s middle name and translates to “wine goddess” in Italian. This dessert wine was created in her memory.  This blend is sourced from our Home Ranch Estate vineyard in Alexander Valley, where Edoardo and Angela began the Seghesio Family winery in 1895.

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/ 375 ml

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