Over a century later, the Migliavacca Wine Company has been revitalized and the journey begins anew. Inspired by founder, Giacomo Migliavacca, great-great-granddaughter and fifth-generation Napan, Katie Migliavacca and winemaker Vincent Traverso.
Migliavacca… a legacy as storied as Napa itself. In 1866, Napa City (as it was called then) was a humble river town with a nascent wine industry. Giacomo Migliavacca and his downtown winery ruled its proliferation for the next five decades: the city’s first self-made millionaire, the county’s first patent holder, the state’s largest wine producer. Nearly a century after its disappearance at Prohibition, over 150 years since its founding, the Migliavacca family offers this revival of Napa’s history to you.
The New Collection
To honor and celebrate Giacomo Migliavacca’s legacy, the label is a reproduction of an original. We enhanced the award Giacomo was most proud of: the gold medal he won at the 1889 Paris Exposition, where he was only one of three California exhibitors to receive a gold. The wines we’re currently producing are Italian varietals: Sangiovese, Vermentino and Rosato.
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