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Seghesio Family Vineyards

Upcoming Club Release

The wines listed below will be released to our Centennial Club members in May 2017.

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

2015 Home Ranch Zinfandel

“Pazienza , that was grandma’s favorite word—Patience.”– Edward Seghesio With the core made from founder Edoardo Seghesio’s original planting in 1895, this wine is 120 years in the making. Home Ranch Zinfandel consistently receives high praise from the critics, allowing it to transcend the category into a world class wine that just happens to be made from Zinfandel.

2013 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 son Ted 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.

Limited Production | The 2013 and 2014 vintages will both be released in May and allocated by membership tier based on availability.
2014 Sangiovese

Edoardo Seghesio first worked with Sangiovese in the late 1800s during his tenure as winemaker at Italian Swiss Colony. In 1910, he planted a Chianti field blend surrounding the railroad station in what was then Chianti, California. Those Sangiovese plantings on our Home Ranch are the oldest in America and provided the rich source of two unique clones for our subsequent plantings of the varietal.

2012 San Lorenzo

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.

Limited Production - Available only to Centennial 12 Bottle Club Members

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