Jacuzzi Family Vineyards
The Jacuzzi family has a long tradition, which is protected by patents for many inventions.
Valeriano Jacuzzi, which planted the first grapes in the Contra Costa County in California, began winemaking in California in 1936. With the help of his father, he also began producing the first wine.
The vineyards were planted with Zinfandel, Carignane and Mourvedre. A year later, however, Valeriano decided to return to the industrial pump business with his brothers. The winery was forgotten in the family for a long time.
Jacuzzi Family Vineyards was re-founded in 2007 by Fred Cline, who created the winery as a tribute to his beloved grandfather Valeriano. Jacuzzi Family Vineyards produces wine of many varieties, especially varieties originating in Italy. For this reason, the winery is nicknamed "The Tuscan Gate to Sonoma".