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Terra d'Oro
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Terra d'Oro

Translated as “Land of Gold,” Terra d’Oro receives its mother lode in the form of pristine grapes. The label pays tribute to its Italian heritage by generating fantastic Pinot Grigios and Barberas, along with single-vineyard Zinfandels. It’s a tradition that shines through with every offering.

Brand Story

Zinfandel is Terra d’Oro’s passion, and lucky for wine enthusiasts everywhere, the region is blessed with perfect growing conditions for this world-class varietal. Terra d’Oro does not just offer its traditional Amador Zinfandel for all seasons. Instead, the winemakers have perfected two unique, single-vineyard Zinfandels: Home Vineyard Zinfandel (a small, sustainably farmed Zinfandel); and Deaver Vineyard Zinfandel (a real Old Vine, farmed from a vineyard planted in 1881).

In addition to producing top-notch Zinfandels, Terra d’Oro finds it difficult to ignore its Italian roots, mainly because Italian varietals make such food-friendly wines. There is something about the climate, elevation, and rich, rocky soil that allows traditional Italian varietals to not simply thrive here—but actually achieve true greatness. Many early Italian settlers sensed this and widely planted vineyards with the grapes that they knew best, and Terra d’Oro is proud to follow this same tradition today.

Terra d’Oro is extremely fortunate that two of Italy’s most revered red wines—Sangiovese (out of Tuscany) and Barbera (out of Piedmonte)—thrive in the rocky, iron-rich soils of Amador County. These grapes develop into lush, well-balanced wines suitable for aging or immediate consumption. Terra d’Oro also calls on carefully selected vineyards throughout California for its Moscato and targets Santa Barbara for its Pinot Grigio, resulting in crisp, vibrant, easy-drinking white wines.

Savor the winery’s famous Zinfandels and longtime Italian favorites in the tasting room or on the vineyard-lined picnic patio, and enjoy the spacious gift shop.

Varietals

  • Pinot Grigio
  • Moscato
  • Chenin Blanc Viognier
  • Amador County Zinfandel
  • Deaver Vineyard Zinfandel
  • Home Vineyard Zinfandel
  • Barbera
  • Petite Sirah
  • Zinfandel Port