Welcome to Graziano Family of Wines. Our wines are handcrafted with history, heritage and care in Mendocino County. They are consistently full-bodied, uniquely flavored and finely balanced. Specializing in classic Italian and unique old world varietals, our wines are being recognized at pinnacles in America winemaking. Discover our passion in every bottle.
Current labels for the Graziano Family of Wines are Saint Gregory, Monte Volpe, Enotria and Graziano. The four labels are crafted to preserve each variety's integrity by employing time honored Old World cellar practices perfected by the gentle application of modern technology.
The intensity of the fruit flavors and the balance of natural acidity of Mendocino hillside grown grapes, allow great flexibility at every level of wine making. Each variety's character is preserved and highlighted because we are blessed with fruit that need little manipulation or intrusive intervention.
Our wines are proudly distributed nationally and internationally. Our wide variety of award winning wines will pair beautifully with all of your favorite recipes, with versatility to go from your private dining table to an elegant affair.
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Graziano Family of Wines would like to announce two very important recentevents. Gregory and Trudi Graziano are pleased to welcome their daughter, Alexandra Graziano, to the full time position of Enologist. Alexandra has just graduated from University of California Davis with a Bachelor of Science in Viticulture and Enology.
Also, Gregory and Trudi have just purchased a 15 acre vineyard located in the Calpella District in Mendocino County from their cousins Gil and Lorena Tournour. This land was purchased and planted in 1918 by Greg’s grandfather Vincenzo Graziano. It contains certified organic old-vine Carignane, Valdiguie and Moscato. Plans are to retain most of the old-vine Carignane and replace the other varieties with some Italian red grape varieties that are needed for the Graziano’s important Italian varietal wine brands, Monte Volpe and Enotria.