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We make Italian wine the Italian way! Award winning wines from Aglianico, Nebbiolo and Aleatico grapes. Passito sweet dessert wines and all natural balsamic vinegars complete our own creations. We have learned to make our products without adding...more
We fell in love with the wine mailers if Ramona Valley in no small part because of our visit to Principe di Tricase. We were able to meet the owner directly and hear the tale of how this lovely winery came to be. As one...More
Well I’d like to start by saying there are so many boutique wineries in Ramona. As a resident my sister and I have been trying to get out and try them all. Lots of them have great wine and some of them have great ambience....More
We were WOWED by our visit to the Principe di Tricase Winery. We were treated to a passionate and impromptu tour and hands on presentation of the winemaking process. The owner, Alfredo Gallone, shared his story and personally conduced our tasting. He introduced us to...More
We mistakenly arrived 5 minutes before the posted closing time, called the intercom at the gate, and were nonetheless told to come on in and that we were very welcomed. As we drove up the driveway, we were greeted by a very friendly dog!
This winery is definitely suited for those with an open mind and seeking places off the beaten path with an intimate feel. This small winery and vineyard can be perceived as rough around the edges and a bit unconventional, however we felt extremely welcomed there...More
They are working on the ambiance, but the people and wine makes this a great place to stop. Italian singing on most weekends. Walk through the vineyard, or pomegranate trees. Buy some of the pomegranate oil for salads. Yum
The property is both a Christmas tree farm and a winery. The setting is very much like a farm with miscellaneous outdoor seating and a bar in one of the farm buildings. The atmosphere, the hospitality, the crew and the wines are very Italian. You...More
This winery appears run-down and almost junky, but it is a gem. Alberto Sepe makes you feel as if you are actually in Italy. The wine is different from the standard winery fare, and it is excellent. We tasted many varieties we had never even...More