Having first arrived in America in 1907, the industrious Jacuzzi family (of bath and spa fame) quickly made their way to California and recognized early on the winemaking potential that laid beneath their feet. The first vineyards planted by this immigrant family were intended for their own consumption, as they were granted a license in the mid-1930s to produce 200 gallons (or about 80 cases) of wine each year, not for resale. While other Jacuzzi family businesses have grown to be very successful over the generations that have followed, today Jacuzzi Family Vineyards farm properties in the Sonoma Coast and Sonoma-Carneros regions of California. These vineyards offer the raw materials used to produce a delicious and authentic collection of well-priced wines from interesting and less typical varietals, including Arneis, Nebbiolo and Nero d’Avola, alongside comfortable California classics like Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.
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