About Ferraro Family Vineyards
The Ferraro Family began growing popular Red Wine grapes in the Commune di Montemagno province of Piedmont located in the Northwest corner of Italy in the late 1800s. The Piedmont region is located in the foothills of the Alps, forming its border with France and Switzerland. Today, the Ferraro Family continues this tradition with our lush and full flavor wines. We build on this foundation of heritage on the Nickson family land and unique attributes of our vineyards in the Umpqua Valley.
With almost 4 acres of Pinot Noir thriving in Roseburg vineyards, the Ferraro Family enjoyed their first harvest in 2009. While a few peers felt that this Pinot Noir would be a bit too young, it proved to be a delicious vintage that was smoky and complex. Within the following year more grapes were sourced from southern and eastern Oregon, and more lush varietals were added to the Family's line-up of featured wines.
In the summer of 2017 the Ferraro Family proudly opened their Roseburg tasting room. People everywhere are now invited to come by and enjoy these fantastic wines and the Umpqua Valley hospitality.
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Owner and Winemaker, Robert Ferraro
Bob Ferraro, owner and winemaker at Ferraro Family Vineyards, is the humble captain of the ship. Inspired by his family's long history of producing rich, full flavored wines, Bob and his family seized their opportunity to plant and cultivate beautiful Pinot Noir in the unique Umpqua Valley. Bob continues to move forward, opening a charming Roseburg tasting room where everyone can now enjoy Ferraro wines.
Winemaking Consultant, Linda Buckle
After completing the first class of the Southern Oregon Wine Institute, Linda went on to intern at a local, popular winery. After taking a couple of months to experience a 100,000-case winery, she happily came back to a smaller winery where she quickly became recognized for her winemaking capabilities. From vine to bottle, Linda is leading the production of some truly unique and delicious wines at Ferraro.