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Trini Amador IV

Partner

Gracianna Winery Inc

HQ Phone: (707) 486-3771

Gracianna Winery Inc

6914 Westside Rd.

Healdsburg, California 95448

United States

Company Description

Gracianna is a Russian River Valley "fruit-first" craftsman's winery, owned by the Amadors of Sonoma County. Thanks for spending some time here learning more about what Gracianna stands for and for discovering the family behind the wine. Including Trini (... more

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Interview: Trini Amador IV, ...

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Interview: Trini Amador IV, Gracianna Winery

Does it seem as though every entrepreneur's success story started in their garage? There are so many great stories of successful businesses that were born from the dimly lit, sometimes dusty comforts of the home-based laboratory. I would like to officially add Gracianna Winery to this growing list of successful enterprises.
It was not all that long ago that Trinidad Amador IV (Trini), winemaker for Gracianna Winery, was expressing his independence in the comforts of his Forestville, CA garage using raw product from the agriculturally robust Russian River Valley AVA and dabbling in what so many in the region have already perfected - winemaking.
...
I recently secured some quality time with Gracianna's winemaker, touted as an up and comer, but you will come to realize, as I have, that Trini Amador has already arrived.
In this article I will share with you the Gracianna story and how the passion of a local boy turned winemaker and his family have built a winery rooted deeply by values of grace, graciousness, and gratitude.
Gracianna Winery rests in the heart of the Russian River Valley, nestled along the "miracle mile" on Westside Road. The Amador Family - Trini, his sister and his parents - are Gracianna, quite literally, as they are the team that fulfill the operations of the winery. At the center of this and every winery is the winemaker of course.
Trini Amador, son of Trinidad and Lisa Amador, grew up in Forestville, CA just west of Santa Rosa merely a stone's throw from Westside Road.
...
Being a local and having grown up in the Russian River Valley surrounded in every direction by wineries, vineyards, and the agricultural epicenter for the wine industry, Trini was determined to carve out his career path as a winemaker. In order to achieve this goal Trini enrolled at Oregon State University to study Applied Agriculture. During his college years and shortly thereafter Trini worked in various capacities in the wine industry starting first with internships with Williams Selyem (winemaking) and Gallo Family Vineyards (vineyard management).
...
Eventually, these experiences compelled Trini to embark on a career that beset both vineyard management and winemaking.
These distinctly different winery and vineyard experiences helped fulfill his initial objective which was to learn the wine business. With this combination of experience and education he was ready to bring to life his winemaking vision. In 2005, with the support of his family, who not only serve as business partners but as his inspiration for building a successful winery, Trini and his family launched Gracianna Winery.
In Sonoma County you either work in the wine business or someone in your family works in the wine business. This region is synonymous with hard work, pride, and the pursuance of a lifestyle that shows appreciation for what one has. This culture provides the perfect backdrop for Trini and Gracianna. Most of us wine lovers believe that wine is a medium for cultural expression or an artful presentation of the values of those that cultivated the grapes and produced the wine. I asked Trini if he subscribes to this belief and how he would describe his winemaking style. Without hesitation he expressed his agreement with this and added that Gracianna is about sharing gratitude and appreciation for all of the blessings in life. The wines he creates are a strict representation of this vision and each varietal is designed specifically to capture the very best of the RRV.
I pressed Trini on his choice of varietals for Gracianna which include Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Zinfandel. He further endorsed his vision for prescribed winemaking and stated that these varietals offer the greatest opportunity to produce the results he envisions. Russian River Valley famously produces outstanding Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Zinfandel fruit but this alone does not make a great wine. Trini devises a plan for each varietal more than a year before production carefully identifying the components he wants to emphasize in each vintage. Zinfandel provides him with a bold yet versatile option while Pinot Noir requires precision and finesse. Chardonnay, some of which he sources from the Green Valley in RRV, gives him an exciting change of pace and another opportunity to represent his vision.
...
Trini went on to add that he is not consumed with achieving commercial growth and is more interested remaining focused on making great wines. I have heard that he is considered an up and coming winemaker so I asked him when he will know he has arrived. His response is what made me most appreciative for this interview. Trini believes his personal success is measured only by his ability to sustain his career in the business of his dreams, by growing grapes, producing great wines, and meeting a variety of self imposed challenges along the way. Upon speaking with Trini, it is quite easy to gauge his level of appreciation for the life he has, his humble perspective, and his passion to embrace local tradition as his chosen profession. Furthermore, and maybe most importantly, for this is what Gracianna is founded upon, he attributes many of these values to his family and without their support he could not embark on the pursuance of his dream.
I learned a great deal about the personalized nature of winemaking but much more about the deeper significance the wine industry represents to the people of Sonoma beyond the obvious economic implications. It is this appreciation that Gracianna represents and Trini Amador has everything to do with this.
...
Trini Amador IV - Wine Maker, Gracianna Winery
Today Trini Amador IV was extremely generous and offered to allow me to conduct an interview. The interview will be transcribed and posted here in the near future, however, I want to share one or two thoughts on this experience.
First, Trini Amador IV and the Amador Family were very kind in offering their time and allowing me to learn first hand why Gracianna is not your average winery. Second, I could not have asked for a more pleasurable experience in conducting this, my first wine maker interview. Normally, I do not over do the gratitude, however, this deserves the attention because they are helping me to take my passion to the next phase. Thank you so much Trini and to your family for trusting me to help share the story of Gracianna.
Please be on the look-out as I will publish the interview soon. In the meantime, you can get a glimpse of Trini Amador IV and Gracianna here: Link to Gracianna
UPDATED: Interview available here: Interview with Trini Amador, Winemaker Gracianna Winery


Interview: Trini Amador IV, ...

www.thesonomavine.com [cached]

Interview: Trini Amador IV, Gracianna Winery

Does it seem as though every entrepreneur's success story started in their garage? There are so many great stories of successful businesses that were born from the dimly lit, sometimes dusty comforts of the home-based laboratory. I would like to officially add Gracianna Winery to this growing list of successful enterprises.
It was not all that long ago that Trinidad Amador IV (Trini), winemaker for Gracianna Winery, was expressing his independence in the comforts of his Forestville, CA garage using raw product from the agriculturally robust Russian River Valley AVA and dabbling in what so many in the region have already perfected - winemaking.
...
I recently secured some quality time with Gracianna's winemaker, touted as an up and comer, but you will come to realize, as I have, that Trini Amador has already arrived.
In this article I will share with you the Gracianna story and how the passion of a local boy turned winemaker and his family have built a winery rooted deeply by values of grace, graciousness, and gratitude.
Gracianna Winery rests in the heart of the Russian River Valley, nestled along the "miracle mile" on Westside Road. The Amador Family - Trini, his sister and his parents - are Gracianna, quite literally, as they are the team that fulfill the operations of the winery. At the center of this and every winery is the winemaker of course.
Trini Amador, son of Trinidad and Lisa Amador, grew up in Forestville, CA just west of Santa Rosa merely a stone's throw from Westside Road.
...
Being a local and having grown up in the Russian River Valley surrounded in every direction by wineries, vineyards, and the agricultural epicenter for the wine industry, Trini was determined to carve out his career path as a winemaker. In order to achieve this goal Trini enrolled at Oregon State University to study Applied Agriculture. During his college years and shortly thereafter Trini worked in various capacities in the wine industry starting first with internships with Williams Selyem (winemaking) and Gallo Family Vineyards (vineyard management).
...
Eventually, these experiences compelled Trini to embark on a career that beset both vineyard management and winemaking.
These distinctly different winery and vineyard experiences helped fulfill his initial objective which was to learn the wine business. With this combination of experience and education he was ready to bring to life his winemaking vision. In 2005, with the support of his family, who not only serve as business partners but as his inspiration for building a successful winery, Trini and his family launched Gracianna Winery.
In Sonoma County you either work in the wine business or someone in your family works in the wine business. This region is synonymous with hard work, pride, and the pursuance of a lifestyle that shows appreciation for what one has. This culture provides the perfect backdrop for Trini and Gracianna. Most of us wine lovers believe that wine is a medium for cultural expression or an artful presentation of the values of those that cultivated the grapes and produced the wine. I asked Trini if he subscribes to this belief and how he would describe his winemaking style. Without hesitation he expressed his agreement with this and added that Gracianna is about sharing gratitude and appreciation for all of the blessings in life. The wines he creates are a strict representation of this vision and each varietal is designed specifically to capture the very best of the RRV.
I pressed Trini on his choice of varietals for Gracianna which include Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Zinfandel. He further endorsed his vision for prescribed winemaking and stated that these varietals offer the greatest opportunity to produce the results he envisions. Russian River Valley famously produces outstanding Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Zinfandel fruit but this alone does not make a great wine. Trini devises a plan for each varietal more than a year before production carefully identifying the components he wants to emphasize in each vintage. Zinfandel provides him with a bold yet versatile option while Pinot Noir requires precision and finesse. Chardonnay, some of which he sources from the Green Valley in RRV, gives him an exciting change of pace and another opportunity to represent his vision.
...
Trini went on to add that he is not consumed with achieving commercial growth and is more interested remaining focused on making great wines. I have heard that he is considered an up and coming winemaker so I asked him when he will know he has arrived. His response is what made me most appreciative for this interview. Trini believes his personal success is measured only by his ability to sustain his career in the business of his dreams, by growing grapes, producing great wines, and meeting a variety of self imposed challenges along the way. Upon speaking with Trini, it is quite easy to gauge his level of appreciation for the life he has, his humble perspective, and his passion to embrace local tradition as his chosen profession. Furthermore, and maybe most importantly, for this is what Gracianna is founded upon, he attributes many of these values to his family and without their support he could not embark on the pursuance of his dream.
I learned a great deal about the personalized nature of winemaking but much more about the deeper significance the wine industry represents to the people of Sonoma beyond the obvious economic implications. It is this appreciation that Gracianna represents and Trini Amador has everything to do with this.
...
Trini Amador IV - Wine Maker, Gracianna Winery
Today Trini Amador IV was extremely generous and offered to allow me to conduct an interview. The interview will be transcribed and posted here in the near future, however, I want to share one or two thoughts on this experience.
First, Trini Amador IV and the Amador Family were very kind in offering their time and allowing me to learn first hand why Gracianna is not your average winery. Second, I could not have asked for a more pleasurable experience in conducting this, my first wine maker interview. Normally, I do not over do the gratitude, however, this deserves the attention because they are helping me to take my passion to the next phase. Thank you so much Trini and to your family for trusting me to help share the story of Gracianna.
Please be on the look-out as I will publish the interview soon. In the meantime, you can get a glimpse of Trini Amador IV and Gracianna here: Link to Gracianna
UPDATED: Interview available here: Interview with Trini Amador, Winemaker Gracianna Winery


Interview: Trini Amador IV, ...

www.thesonomavine.com [cached]

Interview: Trini Amador IV, Gracianna Winery

Does it seem as though every entrepreneur's success story started in their garage? There are so many great stories of successful businesses that were born from the dimly lit, sometimes dusty comforts of the home-based laboratory. I would like to officially add Gracianna Winery to this growing list of successful enterprises.
It was not all that long ago that Trinidad Amador IV (Trini), winemaker for Gracianna Winery, was expressing his independence in the comforts of his Forestville, CA garage using raw product from the agriculturally robust Russian River Valley AVA and dabbling in what so many in the region have already perfected - winemaking.
...
I recently secured some quality time with Gracianna's winemaker, touted as an up and comer, but you will come to realize, as I have, that Trini Amador has already arrived.
In this article I will share with you the Gracianna story and how the passion of a local boy turned winemaker and his family have built a winery rooted deeply by values of grace, graciousness, and gratitude.
Gracianna Winery rests in the heart of the Russian River Valley, nestled along the "miracle mile" on Westside Road. The Amador Family - Trini, his sister and his parents - are Gracianna, quite literally, as they are the team that fulfill the operations of the winery. At the center of this and every winery is the winemaker of course.
Trini Amador, son of Trinidad and Lisa Amador, grew up in Forestville, CA just west of Santa Rosa merely a stone's throw from Westside Road.
...
Being a local and having grown up in the Russian River Valley surrounded in every direction by wineries, vineyards, and the agricultural epicenter for the wine industry, Trini was determined to carve out his career path as a winemaker. In order to achieve this goal Trini enrolled at Oregon State University to study Applied Agriculture. During his college years and shortly thereafter Trini worked in various capacities in the wine industry starting first with internships with Williams Selyem (winemaking) and Gallo Family Vineyards (vineyard management).
...
Eventually, these experiences compelled Trini to embark on a career that beset both vineyard management and winemaking.
These distinctly different winery and vineyard experiences helped fulfill his initial objective which was to learn the wine business. With this combination of experience and education he was ready to bring to life his winemaking vision. In 2005, with the support of his family, who not only serve as business partners but as his inspiration for building a successful winery, Trini and his family launched Gracianna Winery.
In Sonoma County you either work in the wine business or someone in your family works in the wine business. This region is synonymous with hard work, pride, and the pursuance of a lifestyle that shows appreciation for what one has. This culture provides the perfect backdrop for Trini and Gracianna. Most of us wine lovers believe that wine is a medium for cultural expression or an artful presentation of the values of those that cultivated the grapes and produced the wine. I asked Trini if he subscribes to this belief and how he would describe his winemaking style. Without hesitation he expressed his agreement with this and added that Gracianna is about sharing gratitude and appreciation for all of the blessings in life. The wines he creates are a strict representation of this vision and each varietal is designed specifically to capture the very best of the RRV.
I pressed Trini on his choice of varietals for Gracianna which include Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Zinfandel. He further endorsed his vision for prescribed winemaking and stated that these varietals offer the greatest opportunity to produce the results he envisions. Russian River Valley famously produces outstanding Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Zinfandel fruit but this alone does not make a great wine. Trini devises a plan for each varietal more than a year before production carefully identifying the components he wants to emphasize in each vintage. Zinfandel provides him with a bold yet versatile option while Pinot Noir requires precision and finesse. Chardonnay, some of which he sources from the Green Valley in RRV, gives him an exciting change of pace and another opportunity to represent his vision.
...
Trini went on to add that he is not consumed with achieving commercial growth and is more interested remaining focused on making great wines. I have heard that he is considered an up and coming winemaker so I asked him when he will know he has arrived. His response is what made me most appreciative for this interview. Trini believes his personal success is measured only by his ability to sustain his career in the business of his dreams, by growing grapes, producing great wines, and meeting a variety of self imposed challenges along the way. Upon speaking with Trini, it is quite easy to gauge his level of appreciation for the life he has, his humble perspective, and his passion to embrace local tradition as his chosen profession. Furthermore, and maybe most importantly, for this is what Gracianna is founded upon, he attributes many of these values to his family and without their support he could not embark on the pursuance of his dream.
I learned a great deal about the personalized nature of winemaking but much more about the deeper significance the wine industry represents to the people of Sonoma beyond the obvious economic implications. It is this appreciation that Gracianna represents and Trini Amador has everything to do with this.
...
Trini Amador IV - Wine Maker, Gracianna Winery
Today Trini Amador IV was extremely generous and offered to allow me to conduct an interview. The interview will be transcribed and posted here in the near future, however, I want to share one or two thoughts on this experience.
First, Trini Amador IV and the Amador Family were very kind in offering their time and allowing me to learn first hand why Gracianna is not your average winery. Second, I could not have asked for a more pleasurable experience in conducting this, my first wine maker interview. Normally, I do not over do the gratitude, however, this deserves the attention because they are helping me to take my passion to the next phase. Thank you so much Trini and to your family for trusting me to help share the story of Gracianna.
Please be on the look-out as I will publish the interview soon. In the meantime, you can get a glimpse of Trini Amador IV and Gracianna here: Link to Gracianna
UPDATED: Interview available here: Interview with Trini Amador, Winemaker Gracianna Winery


Interview: Trini Amador IV, ...

www.thesonomavine.com [cached]

Interview: Trini Amador IV, Gracianna Winery

Does it seem as though every entrepreneur's success story started in their garage? There are so many great stories of successful businesses that were born from the dimly lit, sometimes dusty comforts of the home-based laboratory. I would like to officially add Gracianna Winery to this growing list of successful enterprises.
It was not all that long ago that Trinidad Amador IV (Trini), winemaker for Gracianna Winery, was expressing his independence in the comforts of his Forestville, CA garage using raw product from the agriculturally robust Russian River Valley AVA and dabbling in what so many in the region have already perfected - winemaking.
...
I recently secured some quality time with Gracianna's winemaker, touted as an up and comer, but you will come to realize, as I have, that Trini Amador has already arrived.
In this article I will share with you the Gracianna story and how the passion of a local boy turned winemaker and his family have built a winery rooted deeply by values of grace, graciousness, and gratitude.
Gracianna Winery rests in the heart of the Russian River Valley, nestled along the "miracle mile" on Westside Road. The Amador Family - Trini, his sister and his parents - are Gracianna, quite literally, as they are the team that fulfill the operations of the winery. At the center of this and every winery is the winemaker of course.
Trini Amador, son of Trinidad and Lisa Amador, grew up in Forestville, CA just west of Santa Rosa merely a stone's throw from Westside Road.
...
Being a local and having grown up in the Russian River Valley surrounded in every direction by wineries, vineyards, and the agricultural epicenter for the wine industry, Trini was determined to carve out his career path as a winemaker. In order to achieve this goal Trini enrolled at Oregon State University to study Applied Agriculture. During his college years and shortly thereafter Trini worked in various capacities in the wine industry starting first with internships with Williams Selyem (winemaking) and Gallo Family Vineyards (vineyard management).
...
Eventually, these experiences compelled Trini to embark on a career that beset both vineyard management and winemaking.
These distinctly different winery and vineyard experiences helped fulfill his initial objective which was to learn the wine business. With this combination of experience and education he was ready to bring to life his winemaking vision. In 2005, with the support of his family, who not only serve as business partners but as his inspiration for building a successful winery, Trini and his family launched Gracianna Winery.
In Sonoma County you either work in the wine business or someone in your family works in the wine business. This region is synonymous with hard work, pride, and the pursuance of a lifestyle that shows appreciation for what one has. This culture provides the perfect backdrop for Trini and Gracianna. Most of us wine lovers believe that wine is a medium for cultural expression or an artful presentation of the values of those that cultivated the grapes and produced the wine. I asked Trini if he subscribes to this belief and how he would describe his winemaking style. Without hesitation he expressed his agreement with this and added that Gracianna is about sharing gratitude and appreciation for all of the blessings in life. The wines he creates are a strict representation of this vision and each varietal is designed specifically to capture the very best of the RRV.
I pressed Trini on his choice of varietals for Gracianna which include Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Zinfandel. He further endorsed his vision for prescribed winemaking and stated that these varietals offer the greatest opportunity to produce the results he envisions. Russian River Valley famously produces outstanding Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Zinfandel fruit but this alone does not make a great wine. Trini devises a plan for each varietal more than a year before production carefully identifying the components he wants to emphasize in each vintage. Zinfandel provides him with a bold yet versatile option while Pinot Noir requires precision and finesse. Chardonnay, some of which he sources from the Green Valley in RRV, gives him an exciting change of pace and another opportunity to represent his vision.
...
Trini went on to add that he is not consumed with achieving commercial growth and is more interested remaining focused on making great wines. I have heard that he is considered an up and coming winemaker so I asked him when he will know he has arrived. His response is what made me most appreciative for this interview. Trini believes his personal success is measured only by his ability to sustain his career in the business of his dreams, by growing grapes, producing great wines, and meeting a variety of self imposed challenges along the way. Upon speaking with Trini, it is quite easy to gauge his level of appreciation for the life he has, his humble perspective, and his passion to embrace local tradition as his chosen profession. Furthermore, and maybe most importantly, for this is what Gracianna is founded upon, he attributes many of these values to his family and without their support he could not embark on the pursuance of his dream.
I learned a great deal about the personalized nature of winemaking but much more about the deeper significance the wine industry represents to the people of Sonoma beyond the obvious economic implications. It is this appreciation that Gracianna represents and Trini Amador has everything to do with this.
...
Trini Amador IV - Wine Maker, Gracianna Winery
Today Trini Amador IV was extremely generous and offered to allow me to conduct an interview. The interview will be transcribed and posted here in the near future, however, I want to share one or two thoughts on this experience.
First, Trini Amador IV and the Amador Family were very kind in offering their time and allowing me to learn first hand why Gracianna is not your average winery. Second, I could not have asked for a more pleasurable experience in conducting this, my first wine maker interview. Normally, I do not over do the gratitude, however, this deserves the attention because they are helping me to take my passion to the next phase. Thank you so much Trini and to your family for trusting me to help share the story of Gracianna.
Please be on the look-out as I will publish the interview soon. In the meantime, you can get a glimpse of Trini Amador IV and Gracianna here: Link to Gracianna
UPDATED: Interview available here: Interview with Trini Amador, Winemaker Gracianna Winery


Interview: Trini Amador IV, ...

www.thesonomavine.com [cached]

Interview: Trini Amador IV, Gracianna Winery

Does it seem as though every entrepreneur's success story started in their garage? There are so many great stories of successful businesses that were born from the dimly lit, sometimes dusty comforts of the home-based laboratory. I would like to officially add Gracianna Winery to this growing list of successful enterprises.
It was not all that long ago that Trinidad Amador IV (Trini), winemaker for Gracianna Winery, was expressing his independence in the comforts of his Forestville, CA garage using raw product from the agriculturally robust Russian River Valley AVA and dabbling in what so many in the region have already perfected - winemaking.
...
I recently secured some quality time with Gracianna's winemaker, touted as an up and comer, but you will come to realize, as I have, that Trini Amador has already arrived.
In this article I will share with you the Gracianna story and how the passion of a local boy turned winemaker and his family have built a winery rooted deeply by values of grace, graciousness, and gratitude.
Gracianna Winery rests in the heart of the Russian River Valley, nestled along the "miracle mile" on Westside Road. The Amador Family - Trini, his sister and his parents - are Gracianna, quite literally, as they are the team that fulfill the operations of the winery. At the center of this and every winery is the winemaker of course.
Trini Amador, son of Trinidad and Lisa Amador, grew up in Forestville, CA just west of Santa Rosa merely a stone's throw from Westside Road.
...
Being a local and having grown up in the Russian River Valley surrounded in every direction by wineries, vineyards, and the agricultural epicenter for the wine industry, Trini was determined to carve out his career path as a winemaker. In order to achieve this goal Trini enrolled at Oregon State University to study Applied Agriculture. During his college years and shortly thereafter Trini worked in various capacities in the wine industry starting first with internships with Williams Selyem (winemaking) and Gallo Family Vineyards (vineyard management).
...
Eventually, these experiences compelled Trini to embark on a career that beset both vineyard management and winemaking.
These distinctly different winery and vineyard experiences helped fulfill his initial objective which was to learn the wine business. With this combination of experience and education he was ready to bring to life his winemaking vision. In 2005, with the support of his family, who not only serve as business partners but as his inspiration for building a successful winery, Trini and his family launched Gracianna Winery.
In Sonoma County you either work in the wine business or someone in your family works in the wine business. This region is synonymous with hard work, pride, and the pursuance of a lifestyle that shows appreciation for what one has. This culture provides the perfect backdrop for Trini and Gracianna. Most of us wine lovers believe that wine is a medium for cultural expression or an artful presentation of the values of those that cultivated the grapes and produced the wine. I asked Trini if he subscribes to this belief and how he would describe his winemaking style. Without hesitation he expressed his agreement with this and added that Gracianna is about sharing gratitude and appreciation for all of the blessings in life. The wines he creates are a strict representation of this vision and each varietal is designed specifically to capture the very best of the RRV.
I pressed Trini on his choice of varietals for Gracianna which include Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Zinfandel. He further endorsed his vision for prescribed winemaking and stated that these varietals offer the greatest opportunity to produce the results he envisions. Russian River Valley famously produces outstanding Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Zinfandel fruit but this alone does not make a great wine. Trini devises a plan for each varietal more than a year before production carefully identifying the components he wants to emphasize in each vintage. Zinfandel provides him with a bold yet versatile option while Pinot Noir requires precision and finesse. Chardonnay, some of which he sources from the Green Valley in RRV, gives him an exciting change of pace and another opportunity to represent his vision.
...
Trini went on to add that he is not consumed with achieving commercial growth and is more interested remaining focused on making great wines. I have heard that he is considered an up and coming winemaker so I asked him when he will know he has arrived. His response is what made me most appreciative for this interview. Trini believes his personal success is measured only by his ability to sustain his career in the business of his dreams, by growing grapes, producing great wines, and meeting a variety of self imposed challenges along the way. Upon speaking with Trini, it is quite easy to gauge his level of appreciation for the life he has, his humble perspective, and his passion to embrace local tradition as his chosen profession. Furthermore, and maybe most importantly, for this is what Gracianna is founded upon, he attributes many of these values to his family and without their support he could not embark on the pursuance of his dream.
I learned a great deal about the personalized nature of winemaking but much more about the deeper significance the wine industry represents to the people of Sonoma beyond the obvious economic implications. It is this appreciation that Gracianna represents and Trini Amador has everything to do with this.

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