Enjoy Aglianico

Celebrating and promoting North American Aglianico wines

Growers and Producers

This page lists passionate producers and growers of Aglianico wines.

Amador Foothill Winery, Shenandoah Valley, Sierra Foothills, CA

Caparone Winery, Paso Robles, CA

Clesi Wines, San Luis Obispo, CA. Sourcing Aglianico from Luna Matta Vineyard in Paso Robles and French Camp Vineyard in Santa Margarita (Paso Robles). First release coming Spring, 2012.

Cougar Vineyard and Wiery, South Coast, Temecula Valley, CA

Domenico Winery, San Carlos, sourcing Aglianico fruit from Amador County, CA

Duchman Family Winery/Mandola, Central Texas, Texas Hill Country, TX

French Camp Vineyard in Santa Margarita (Paso Robles) CA.  9.29 acres of Aglianico, VCR clones 1,2 and 7 planted in 1995.

Gianelli Vineyard & Winery. Sierra Foothills, Calaveras County, CA.

Giornata Wines, Fruit sourced from Luna Matta Vineyard, west side Paso Robles, CA

Heringer Estates, Clatrksburg, CA (vines planted in 2009)

Kenneth Volk Wines, Sourcing Aglianico fruit from Pomar Junction Vineyard in Paso Robles, CA

Locatelli Vineyards and Winery, Paso Robles. KnightNgale Vineyards fruit, CA

Monte Vina,  Amador County, CA

Monte Volpe, Mendocino County, CA

Montoliva Vineyard & Winery, Sierra Foothills, Calaveras County, CA. Also sourcing fruit from vineyards in Amador and Yolo Counties and Clarksburg.

Morse Winery/Il Gioiello, Sierra Foothills, CA

Nova Vineyard, Yolo County, CA

Pear Valley Vineyard and Winery, Paso Robles, CA

Rockin’ R Winery, Paso Robles. French Camp Vineyards fruit, CA

Rosa d’Oro Vineyards, Lake County, CA

Stomani Cellars, Sourcing Aglianico fruit from Wahluke Slope, Columbia River Basin, WA

Sutter Creek Vineyard, Amador County, CA (no website or acreage information available).

Terra d’Oro,  Amador County, CA

Via Vega Vineyard and Winery, Paso Robles, CA

VJB Vineyards & Cellars, Sonoma Valley, CA

Villa Creek Cellars, Paso Robles, CA

Witch Creek Winery, San Diego Winery sourcing Aglianico from Valle de Guadeloupe, Mexico

To add your winery to this list, contact us.


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[…] As of the publication of this post, there are five possibly six) producers of Fiano, 11 producers of Montepulciano, and 16 producers of Aglianico in North America. […]

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