Published on May 7th, 2018 | by Darren Paltrowitz0
Roger Trinchero & “Food & Wine” Editor Ray Isle To Appear At New York City’s 92Y On May 22nd
America’s wine renaissance was driven by a single wine one would not expect, and behind the invention of this country’s most popular wine was the Trinchero family. Since this groundbreaking innovation, the Trincheros have quietly stayed at the forefront of American winemaking. 2018 marks 70 years of making wine in the Napa Valley, and the Trincheros are celebrating this milestone.
Roger Trinchero, the Chairman of the Board at Trinchero Family Estates and second generation of one of the most influential families in America’s winemaking history, will be at New York City’s 92Y on May 22nd. Trinchero will be telling his family’s story of achieving the quintessential American dream, including how they revived the formerly-dilapidated Sutter Home Winery and created White Zinfandel. Trinchero’s sharings will be moderated by Food & Wine Magazine‘s Executive Wine Editor Ray Isle.
Open to the public, the event will also include a wine tasting of Trinchero Napa Valley’s two flagship wines, Mary’s Single Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc and Mario’s Cabernet Sauvignon, and a book signing of the Trinchero family’s newly-released historical memoir. Not a bad value for a $35 ticket. Tickets and other information on the May 22nd event can be found on the 92Y website.