The Sangiacomo family has always felt a deep connection to the land — most especially through farming. It all began in Genoa, Italy where a good day’s work for patriarch Vittorio Sangiacomo started and ended in the field. He voyaged to America in 1913 on the advice of his great-grandfather and got his first job at age 17. After years of hard work, he longed to return to working the land, and in 1927 successfully launched his own business when he purchased a 52-acre fruit tree ranch in Sonoma Valley. Today, it is known as the Sangiacomo Home Ranch. For decades since the family has been dedicated to farming in Sonoma County.
Sangiacomo Family Wines, launched in 2016, celebrates the family’s heritage as grape growing pioneers in Sonoma dating back to 1969. Grapegrowers with a passion for sustainability and stewardship, the Sangiacomos continue to pursue perfection in farming every row of their vineyards, artfully teasing out an extraordinary range of flavors from cool-climate Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir and Chardonnay to iconic Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. Today in addition to making small lots of handcrafted wine, they continue to grow and sell world-class grapes to over 80 premium wineries from 1,600 acres of estate vineyards in Carneros, Petaluma Gap, Napa Valley, and Sonoma Coast. Every sip of Sangiacomo wine is a toast to Sonoma!