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Seghesio Family Vineyards

Upcoming Club Release

Below are the new wines included in the upcoming club release shipping in May. 

Current members, please be on the lookout for release details landing in your email inbox on April 7. 

Not a member? Click here to join our wine club and access these special wines.

Please contact us at (707) 395-3660 or wineclub@seghesio.com if you have any questions about your membership or if you would like personal assistance in joining our Centennial Club. (During the Shelter In Place order within Sonoma County, we are working remotely and appreciate your patience. All voicemails will be returned within one business day.)


Centennial Club Benefits and Policies

As we strive to always produce the very best Zinfandel we can, we began to explore other regions and vineyards outside of Sonoma County that would allow us to capture different expressions of Zinfandel and showcase the diversity and range of styles for this variety. Our exploits led us to some very unique vineyards in Paso Robles that, like Sonoma County, has a rich history of wine growing that has largely been shaped by the success of Zinfandel, planted there as early as the 1880’s. Paso Robles features a generally warmer and drier climate than Sonoma County with different soil compositions and some stunning old vines sites. We hope you enjoy our take on Zinfandel from this storied region.

Coming to all Centennial Club members in May 2020

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.

Coming to all Centennial Club members in May 2020

Growing and producing world-class Sangiovese is not for the faint of heart. Rattlesnakes, thistle and America’s most unique clone of Sangiovese are all that thrive atop Rattlesnake Hill on our Home Ranch. The 40% slope, shallow topsoil and virtually impenetrable volcanic shale are the perfect antidote for taming this vigorous varietal into producing intensely flavored grapes. The clone, planted in 1910 by Edoardo Seghesio in America’s oldest Sangiovese vineyard, produces small-berried, loosely formed clusters. This wine is 100% Sangiovese from Rattlesnake Hill on our Home Ranch estate in Alexander Valley.

Coming to all Centennial Club members in May 2020

Aglianico, a historic grape dating to the seventh century BC, is prized by winemakers for its concentrated, vibrant, black fruit. One of the best kept secrets of its native Italy, Aglianico enjoys the sunshine of the Campania and Basilicata regions of Southern Italy. Seghesio Family Vineyards farms a small amount of this Noble varietal on the hillside of our Sisters vineyard on the Home Ranch in Alexander Valley. There, the warm, sun-filled days parallel that of its home in Italy.

Cellar Selection
Centennial 12 member exclusive release in May 2020

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