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Seghesio Family Vineyards

Italian Whites

Pinot Grigio, Arneis and Vermentino are all traditional northern Italian varieties. Sonoma County’s topography and climate -- similar to that found in Northern Italy -- inspired us to plant these three well-suited grapes on our Keyhole Ranch in northern Russian River Valley.

Our Winemaking Philosophy

2015 Arneis

Arneis originates from the hills of Roero, northwest of Alba in the Piedmont region of Italy from where Edoardo Seghesio emigrated from.  Arneis translates to “little rascal,” due to the challenges it presents in the vineyard. For some time, Seghesio had the largest planting of Arneis in the U.S., all of 26 vines. Today, we have about 20 acres on our Keyhole Ranch, where the cool climate produces highly expressive Arneis.

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2015 Vermentino

Recently , the Seghesio Family began an extensive vineyard replanting program that sought to grow
intriguing varieties in the most suitable locations. Vermentino was planted in 2008, with 2011 marking the
first vintage of this wine. While Vermentino’s exact origins are unclear, it thrives along the Mediterranean
coasts of France and Italy, and is well suited to the Russian River Valley’s marine influenced climate.

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