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Trinchero Family Estates has embraced its responsibility to the environment and community since the Trinchero family made Napa Valley their home in 1948.
Today, Trinchero Family Estates remains rooted in agriculture and committed to sustainable farming with more than 10,000 acres of vineyards throughout Napa Valley, Sonoma, Lake, Amador and Santa Barbara Counties, and vast Central Coast and inland valleys.
Every employee upholds the winery’s values that the Trinchero family established more than 70 years ago–always making strides in sustainable farming, organic and biodynamic sourcing, waste reduction, recycling, water conservation and energy efficiency to prepare the business for the next generation.
Of process wastewater treated and used for crop and landscape irrigation
Deep Green renewable energy used at all 28 Napa Valley facilities and vineyards
Less greenhouse gas emissions since 2018
Less water used per gallon of wine, compared to the industry standard
Alternative or green power used for winery operations
Less trash generated since 2017
Many California vineyards are currently transitioning to organic farming methods to attain USDA Organic certifications. We also take action to reduce our impact on the environment with sustainable practices like owl boxes, composting, and tracking and encouraging biodiversity.
We are working toward a lighter footprint and a lower carbon future with environmentally conscious packaging like Tetra Pak® used by Bandit wines and a selection of Sutter Home wines.
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In 2010, our founders Bob and Evalyn Trinchero donated nearly 3,400 acres of land to the Napa County Regional Park and Open Space District and another 240 acres to the Lake Berryessa Resort Improvement District.
More than 4,700 acres of our vineyards and five of our California wineries are certified sustainable through third-party programs.
The winery’s 70+ year legacy of conservation and innovation continues to be recognized year after year.
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