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Seghesio Family Vineyards

Upcoming Club Release

The wines listed below will be released to our Centennial Club members in February 2018.

Please contact us at (707) 395-3660 or if you have any questions about your membership or if you would like personal assistance in joining our Centennial Club.

Centennial Club Benefits and Policies

2016 Todd Brothers Zinfandel

In 2014, we jumped at the first opportunity to buy fruit from second-generation grape grower Ken Todd. First planted by their fathers in 1956 on benchland soils northeast of Geyserville in Alexander Valley, Todd Brothers Ranch produces highly sought after fruit through stringent viticulture practices and a precision symbiotic match between rootstock and soil.

February Release
2015 Cortina Zinfandel

The core of this blend comes from our Chen's Vineyard planted in 1972 in Dry Creek Valley. This site is named after the gravelly loam soils prevalent up and down Dry Creek Valley. Due to the prevailing afternoon breezes in Dry Creek Valley, the flavor profile tends towards red fruit.

February Release
2013 Barbera
94pts - the tasting panel + seal of excellence
91pts - Wine Enthusiast

Edoardo Seghesio immigrated to America from the Piedmont region of Italy, home to Barbera. In 1895, he planted his first vineyards to grapes he had come to enjoy in his new country, yet one vineyard was saved for varietals from his homeland. Our historic, proprietary Barbera clones benefit from the warm, dry days in northern Alexander Valley, where the grape’s classic acidity creates a wine with vibrant aromas and a velvety texture. This wine is 100% Barbera from our Estate Home Ranch in Alexander Valley.

February Release - Cellar Selection
2013 San Lorenzo Estate

In 1896, when Rachel Ann Passalacqua’s grandfather purchased the San Lorenzo vineyard in southernmost Alexander Valley for the sum of ten gold coins, it was already planted to and producing a Zinfandel field blend. Over half century later, Rachel Ann would meet Eugene “Pete” Seghesio when he purchased grapes from her father. The couple married in 1956, and San Lorenzo became part of Seghesio. Today, Seghesio Farms manages that same vineyard, one of the oldest grape-growing sites in Sonoma County.

February Release - Centennial 12 Exclusive

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