TreViti is Italian for "three vines" and was chosen for several reasons. Proud of family's Italian descent, an Italian name seemed only fitting. The three vines represent their three children; Justin, Maria, and Breanna. The name also reflects the current three varietals grown on the property; Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Syrah.
In 2002, Don and Charalene Stolo purchased 53 acres of property located at the mouth of the Santa Rosa Valley along the Central Coast of California. The property had and existing 9-acre vineyard planted with Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Syrah. Soon afater buying the property, they were faced with the following choices: they could continue to sell the crop to local winemakers
or they could take the next step and produce their own wine.
As Italian-Americans, Don and Charlene had grown up with wine and food as an integral part of family and celebration.
During their childhood, both Don and Charlene, living in eastern United States, had grandparents who purchased grapes from California. Every year, the families would make their own wine in the basements of their homes. Recalling many stories of his family tradition, they decided to follow in their relatives' footsteps and make estate wines from their small vineyard.
In 2004, with help from their three children and neighbors, Don and Charlene harvested their first vintage from Stolo Family Vineyard. They bottle 176 cases and labeled it TreViti Wines. Pleased with the quality and progress of the vineyard, Don and Charlene feel they have created a solid foundation for a boutique winery.
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