Three generations of our family have farmed in Sonoma beginning in 1927.
Maria and Vittorio Sangiacomo immigrated from Italy, met and married in San Francisco, and settled on the home ranch in 1927. They were the first members of our family to till this soil.
Maria and Vittorio Sangiacomo, 1927
Maria and Vittorio’s four children — Angelo, Buck, Lorraine and Bob — grew up on the ranch and joined the family business in their early twenties. Angelo and his wife Diane, Buck and his wife Sue, Bob, and Lorraine led the transition from peargrowing to grapegrowing and oversaw the large expansion of the family business. They all — with the exception of Bob who passed away in 2006 — continue to be involved daily in all aspects of the business.
Maria and Vittorio with their four children; Buck, Lorraine, Bob and Angelo
Angelo and Diane, Lorraine, and Buck and Sue Sangiacomo
Angelo and Diane’s three children — Mike, Steve and Mia — grew up on the ranch and learned the ropes early in life, tagging along on ranch rounds with their father, uncles Bob and Buck, and Aunt Lorraine. Today, Michael and his wife Whitney, Steve and his wife Connie, and Mia and her husband Mike Pucci work hard to ensure ever increasing levels of quality in the vineyards and that the family legacy is passed on to future generations.
Mike and Whitney Sangiacomo, Mike and Mia Pucci, Steve and Connie Sangiacomo
Second And Third Generations Working Together Today
Two generations work side-by-side every single day, creating a continued legacy for the future.
Steve, Buck, Mike, and Angelo Sangiacomo and Mike Pucci
Our Entire Family
Three generations of the Sangiacomo family live on or near the vineyards and are involved in virtually all aspects of the family business.