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Wines that reflect our true belief in “La Dolce Vita” and enjoying the best that life can offer you.

since 1699

The Castello del Poggio winemaking team takes great pride in crafting delightful wines of the highest quality.


Exceptionally lively and fresh, Castello del Poggio unlocks great times and memories.

Since 1699, the ancient medieval fortress, where the Knights Templar once lived and protected the estate in the 14th century, is now devoted to its deeply aromatic, welcoming wines for every occasion.

Unlock your senses with Castello del Poggio.

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Perfectly ripe grapes are picked and vinified traditionally, letting the Fermentation to progress until the wine has obtained 7% alcohol. Then the grape’s natural sugar content is preserved by refrigeration in order to give the wine its unique sweet and aromatic characteristics.

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Enjoy chilled with spicy fare, sushi, cheeses & fruit-forward desserts.

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Perfectly ripe grapes are picked and vinified traditionally, letting the Fermentation to progress until the wine has obtained 7% alcohol. Then the grape’s natural sugar content is preserved by refrigeration in order to give the wine its unique sweet and aromatic characteristics.

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As a former executive and 20-year veteran of the television and film industries, Brenner was familiar with the disenchantment of working in a male-dominated industry. She discovered during a fortuitous trip to Napa and Sonoma that many women in the wine industry – like her own – were under-recognized. As she interviewed women in the wine industry for the book, her commitment to telling their stories galvanized into a vision to empower and support women in this industry.

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Through the process of writing the book and championing its subjects, Deborah became inspired to enter the wine business herself, releasing wine from a first-of-its-kind collective of seven artisan women winemakers from Napa, Sonoma and Paso Robles. For the following seven years, Deborah learned the business inside and out. Ultimately, however, all the money, blood, sweat and (a lot) of tears could not foster women in the wine industry the way she had hoped, which led her to shut down the Women of the Vine wine brand and return to the drawing board.

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