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In the Press

"The owners are so passionate and engaged - the fact that the wine is great is just a bonus!" — Sacramento A-List


"One of our favorite wineries here in El Dorado County is Via Romano," —


"If you're wanting to try locally made Californian "Italian" wines, Via Romano is an ideal place to visit,"  —                    

"It’s comfortable in here; you can spend time in here," — Mountain Democrat


"Everything about this place is just amazing," — Kilt & Cork


"Here you’ll experience the very best qualities of Italian tradition – great wine, delicious food, and a comfortable, welcoming gathering place. Saluti!" —


"With reclaimed-wood communal tables, cow hide rugs and cozy leather chairs, it’s exactly the type of hip tasting room you’d hope to find — that happens to be kid-friendly. Hello, cold juice boxes." — The Mercury News


Wine Enthusiast Magazine

Via Romano 2017 Pinot Grigio (Sierra Foothills); 90 POINTS

"Rich fig and almond flavors follow a floral aroma in this full-bodied and mouth-filling wine. Melon, mineral and consommé notes add complexity while the generous texture coats the tongue and creates a lingering finish." —Jim Gordon

Via Romano 2015 Barbera (El Dorado County); 91 POINTS

"This is a really well-made, flavorful and nicely balanced wine from a new winery that's doing exciting things. It's full bodied, moderately tannic and moderately acidic which is typical of the varietal, but backed by wonderful ripe black-cherry, black-olive and black-pepper flavors." —Jim Gordon

Via Romano 2016 Vermentino (Sierra Foothills); 90POINTS

"This is a richly textured and well-concentrated wine that brings a lot of substance to each sip. It combines savory herb and mineral flavors with mild fruity notes and a hint of fennel, all carried by a smooth and broad texture."—Jim Gordon

Via Romano 2017 Fiano (El Dorado); 92 POINTS (Editors’ Choice)

"This multi-faceted wine from a new winery that specializes in Italian grape varieties exudes light floral and almond aromas, then brings ripe fruit, a touch of vanilla and great acidity on the palate. It starts out subtly but builds richness with each sip, ending with a long finish."—Jim Gordon

Via Romano 2015 Moscato di Nero Black Muscat (Sierra Foothills); 92 POINTS

"An amazing floral aroma lights up this supersweet and fortified red wine before vivid, ripe and grapey flavors flood the palate and a good viscous texture coats the sides of the mouth. It's ultrarich, decadent and syrupy."—Jim Gordon


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