Francis Coppola grew up with wine on the family table. His grandfather and uncles would have grapes shipped in by train from California and make homemade wine in the basement of their New York apartment.
There are even stories of when Francis’s uncles were young they used to lower each other down by rope into the cellar to steal grapes that they could eat. One time their father discovered them in the act, and poor Uncle Mikey ended up in the grapes.
This comfort of home is evident in every bottle of Rosso & Bianco – pleasurable wines for everyday.
2016 SF Chronicle Wine Competition
2017 Winemaker's Challenge