Awards Season and Reasons to Celebrate

Enjoy and picnic and bocce in the vineyards at Trione Winery! #picnic #winecountry #SonomaCounty #Wedding
We have been honored with multiple accolades and awards lately.We are so proud of these wines!2012 Sauvignon Blanc 92 Points Smooth and lush with ripe citrus fruit and dense structure; long, seamless and complex, tangy and balanced; lovely and elegant.” Anthony Dias Blue, Tasting Panel Magazine90 points Wine & Spirits MagazineGold Medal 2014 North Coast Wine Challenge Invitational 2011 Chardonnay Double Gold Medal, Best of Class 2014 San Francisco International Wine Competition 90 Points Juicy and crisp with spice and bright fruit; fresh and tangy, long and balanced. Anthony Dias Blue, Tasting Panel Magazine 90 points Wine Enthusiast Magazine      2010 Pinot Noir Best of Class, Gold Medal, 2014 Sunset International Wine Competition Gold Medal 2014 Pinot Noir Summit We are quickly running out of 2010 Chardonnay and 2010 Pinot Noir. Less than 20 cases of each. Order yours today by clicking here or calling the tasting room at 707-814-8100. The perfect chance to celebrate our recent success and the upcoming harvest is our Annual August Winemaker Dinner on the 23rd. The event is a “Pork-Off” featuring a domestic pig prepared by  Peloton Catering and a wild boar procured by Mark Trione himself.  We promise the perfect summer evening featuring your favorite Trione wines paired with your favorite summer sides and salads.  We hope you can join us. Tickets are $120 each, or $1,080 for a table of 10,  and selling fast! For more information or to book your seat please contact us today. Want to attend but need a place to stay? We’ve partnered with local lodgings to offer special pricing to our club members. The Best Western Dry Creek Inn and The Geyserville Inn have rooms available at a 20% discount.  The Alexander Valley Lodge is ideal for large groups. A complete list of  area lodgings, including B&B’s, can be found here. .
Henry Trione will be signing copies of his memoirs, Footprints of the Baker Boy,Wednesday August 5that the Copperfield’s in Montgomery Village, Santa Rosa. His story is remarkable, and all proceeds from the book will go to Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital Foundation.We will be closed on Monday, August 4th for a staff rafting trip. Wish us luck! Hopefully, we will survive and re-open Thursday at 10 am.