Migliavacca Wine Co.

2019 Vermentino Napa Valley, CA

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APPEARANCE pale straw
AROMAS & FLAVORS honeydew, green apple, lemon rind, candied almonds, spring bouquet
PALATE pink grapefruit, melon, beeswax, orange blossom, lively acidity, lingering finish
FOOD PAIRING SUGGESTIONS grilled shrimp, pan-roasted chicken, spring salads

100% Vermentino

PRODUCTION 125 cases
AGING POTENTIAL Enjoy now through 2025

The vineyard is located in Carneros; on south-facing slopes near the Sonoma border.


Aged 17 months in neutral French oak

Not your typical Napa Valley white wine… somewhere between those unctuous Chardonnays and acid-driven Sauvignon Blancs, this classic Italian varietal shines though from a place it was meant to: a stone’s throw from the Bay on cool-climate rolling hills of Carneros. Aromatics of citrus blossom, passionfruit, and a hint of honeysuckle. Paired with grilled shrimp or pan roasted chicken, its bright-but-balanced acidity carries the length of the palate; complementing with flavors of mandarin orange and fuji apple.


Join us LIVE with Proprietor Katie Migliavacca to taste this wine and learn about Napa’s Italian roots. View event details here.


Vincent Traverso

About the Winemaker

A match made in history, the caretaker of Migliavacca Wine Company’s liquid legacy is both an accomplished winemaker and an ardent preservationist.  Vin Traverso cut his teeth as the long-time right-hand to master winemaker Kirk Venge, inheriting the ‘garden our grapes’ philosophy that guides the careful cultivation of wines that are ‘made in the vineyard.’  Crafting fine wines for dozens of elite cellars from hundreds of small-farmed blocks, Vin brings to Migliavacca the know-how of Napa Valley winemaking along with the know-where of California viticulture.

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About the Winery
Migliavacca Wine Company
Established in 1866 by Italian immigrant Giacomo Migliavacca, Migliavacca Wine Company was born out of aspiration and tradition in Napa City. A century after Prohibition shut down the winery, Giacomo's great-great-granddaughter Katie Migliavacca resurrects the wine brand and shares the story and legacy of her family through premium wine.
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