Environmental Responsibility
at Trinchero Family Estates

The fourth largest winery in the United States, Trinchero Family Estates has remained a family-owned Napa Valley-based company since 1948. Now, with over 1,000 employees, over 9,000 acres of vineyards, more than 50 wine and spirits brands and millions of customers, Trinchero Family Estates continues to stand by its commitment to the land and the people behind the growth of its business.

Since Mario Trinchero brought his young family to Napa Valley and purchased an abandoned Prohibition-era winery called Sutter Home in St. Helena, Trinchero Family Estates has embraced its responsibility to the environment and community. To this day, every employee remains committed to upholding the winery’s values and spirit of giving that Mary and Mario established in 1948, growing Trinchero Family Estates’ dedication to the environment, charitable giving and responsibility with sustainable farming practices and innovative philanthropic initiatives.

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“Trinchero Family Estates is proud to be an early adopter for larger wineries in transitioning to clean energy. Our investment supports our sustainability objectives and our commitment to contribute to the community and work productively with our neighbors toward a shared future.”

~ Bob Torkelson, President and Chief Executive Officer