We strive to create the most natural, elegant, balanced expression possible in Amici Cellars’ wines. We follow the belief that winemaking begins in the vineyard; a blend of the soil, climate and people who farm it. Our winemaking team is fastidious and precise in handling each vineyard, each vintage.
There is no never and always; there are no blanket assumptions. “Our goal is to maintain the distinct character of both grape and vineyard,” winemaker Anthony Biagi says. We achieve this through individual fermentations and aging protocol for each lot before blending.
“Overall, our philosophy is about making decisions based on what the vintage and the vineyard tell us,” adds winemaker Jesse Fox. “At the end of the day, we want to make wines that are delicious now and will age for decades to come.”
Meet the Makers
Sometimes life brings you full circle, to a place you have been before. While studying marine biology at University of California Davis, Tony Biagi enrolled in an enology course for pleasure, a pivotal moment that summoned memories of small batch winemaking with his father, family gathered around the table sharing conversation and hand-crafted Cabernets. He was instantly hooked.
Our Commitment to Quality
In the cellar, our team is fastidious and precise in handling each vineyard, each vintage. There is no “never and always”; there are no blanket assumptions. Our goal is to maintain the distinct character of both grape and vineyard.