One of the historic Sonoma county wineries, today announced the completion of a series of upgrades to the winery’s property and cellar. Since 1959 Trentadue Family has been committed to improving and perfecting every aspect of the estate. In the past years, Trentadue has excavated new hillside tunnels to barrel age wine, remodelled and updated the Trentadue’s enchanting private residence, installed a new estate-wide solar power system, developed an estate vineyard replanting program, gained historical recognition among Sonoma county wineries.

These enhancements, spearheaded by the Trentadue family, represent their long-term commitment as stewards of the iconic estate of Healdsburg CA wineries. “Our 50 year plan is based on my dad’s vision for the place,” said Evelyn, Master Winemaker at Trentadue Winery. “Since he brought it back to life, and for the last 40 vintages, we’ve been fully committed to creating fine wines and offering the best Healdsburg CA wineries experience possible.

We feel our success over the last decade gives us a wonderful foundation for the future. We will maintain the long tradition and history at Trentadue, and will continue to lead by example as we move into the next decade of winemaking and winery and vineyard management along with the Healdsburg tasting rooms that we organize to let the visitors taste our unique wines.

Trentadue Winery invites visitors to experience award winning hospitality and internationally acclaimed wines through Healdsburg tasting rooms that they organize over times. Its celebrated tasting room is located on the top floor and offers current release tastings daily from 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Wine club members enjoy complimentary Healdsburg tasting rooms, invitations to special events, rare and future bottlings, and access to the private islands.

About Trentadue
The Trentadue family arrived in Sonoma County long before the region gained a reputation as the Wine Country. Life-long, hands-on agriculturists, Evelyn and Leo Trentadue contributed significantly to the advancement of their region over the years.

In 1959, the Trentadues decided to flee the developers encroaching on their apricot and cherry orchards in Sunnyvale, the area known today around the world as Silicon Valley.

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