BY CHRISTOPHER SAWYER
With the recent gobbling up of small California wineries by big corporations and the sales of vineyards during tough economic times, the tradition of passing down grapegrowing skills to the next generation is not as common as it used to be.
In Sonoma County, a glowing exception is the Sangiacomo clan. Run by a multi-generational family known for its detailed, custom viticultural practices and its dedication to growing world-class grapes, Sangiacomo Family Vineyards farms 1,600 acres of vineyards and more than 100 distinctive sites in the Carneros, Sonoma Valley and Sonoma Coast regions. Read full article.