In 1885, Vittorio Sattui opened a small winery in San Francisco’s North Beach, marking the birth of what would become, after four generations, a storied Italian tradition in Napa Valley—V. Sattui Winery. Today, the winery, located on a 38-acre organically farmed vineyard, pays meticulous attention to tradition while showcasing an exceptional experience. The winery building, designed from sketches by Vittorio’s great-grandson Dario, has the feel of a small Italian village.
Touted as one of the Napa Valley’s favorite places to taste a variety of wine, two full acres are dedicated to enjoying wine, picnicking, and friends under majestic oaks bordering the estate vineyards. V. Sattui is famous for its Italian marketplace, featuring more than 200 artisanal cheeses, house-cured meats, and locally baked breads. Sandwiches, salads, and other foods are made fresh daily under the direction of Executive Chef Gerardo Sainato. All this—plus a portfolio of more than 60 wines—gives guests everything they could ask for in an al fresco wine country experience.
Most V. Sattui wines are sourced from the winery’s estate vineyards, yielding a wide range of terroir and an impressive variety of superb grapes that produce a long portfolio of award-winning wines. In fact, 34 wines in V. Sattui's current portfolio have earned scores of 90 points or more from various competitions that have taken place within the last year. V. Sattui has also been named Winery of the Year by the 2016 Monterey International Wine Competition and the Winemaker Challenge for four consecutive years.
V. Sattui’s acclaimed wines are highly sought after and sold only at the winery, by phone, or through the V. Sattui Winery website. Although one can be impressed by high accolades and praise, the best way to know V. Sattui is to visit.
For more information, please visit: vsattui.com