Delicato Family Wines
Delicato Family Wines produces a portfolio of premium wines from a selection of the most desirable vineyards in notable California wine-growing regions such as Napa, Lodi, Monterey and Sonoma to craft wines that express the diversity of these appellations. The Indelicato family has always understood that wine quality starts in the vineyard and the vineyard is first and foremost a living thing. Delicato will always strive to farm using sustainable practices that allow them to grow, produce and sell quality wines in a manner that benefits everyone – employees, neighbors, land and wildlife. With a passion for excellence, Delicato Family Wines has all the ingredients to produce an amazing range of wine styles and flavors. Salute!
Named for the golden hills of the Santa Lucia Mountain range surrounding our San Bernabe Vineyard.
Diora is inspired by the French phrase "d'Or", bestowed upon beautiful sun-filled regions. Diora's 30 year journey from vineyard to bottle has resulted in expressive wines brimming with flavor.
Produced in the Methode Champenoise-style from single vineyard Chardonnay grapes, this sparkling wine delivers in both flavor and aroma.
Diora Sparkling Rose is produced in the traditional Methode Champenoise style that signifies a higher level of quality.
Shielded by the "three crowns" of the Santa Lucia mountains, this expressive wine over-flows with flavor and depth.
Celebrate Harvest with this smooth, silky red blend.
Experience the "Darker Side of Gnarly" with Authentic Black - a powerful, concentrated and robust red wine that is true to its name.
Gnarly Head wines are crafted with California's spirit of adventure - each sip plunges the palate into bold fruit flavors.
Gnarly Head Cab is King - big, gallant and powerful.
Gnarly Head Chardonnay raises the bar for this classic varietal.
Gnarly Head breaks the Merlot mold and tells a story of power and finesse.
Gnarly Head Old Vine Zin is created using grapes sourced from 35 - 80 year old head-trained vines - some of the oldest vines in California. Old vines produce fewer grape clusters but the small berries yeld intense flavors.