Fratelli Perata

Producing dry-farmed, estate, Italian wines since 1980. We focus on food friendly, age worthy wines.

  • About
  • Vineyard Details
  • Varieties Grown
  • About
    Located off of Highway 46 West in Paso Robles, the winery sits on forty acres and is surrounded by the winery's dry farmed grapevines. These vines produce very low tonnage and extremely high quality fruit, resulting in robust Italian style wines. The winery uses only its own grapes in order to ensure top quality. Total annual case production is approximately 2000 cases, although production varies based on rainfall. The wines are made in the Italian style so they pair wonderfully with rich, flavorful foods and will age for many years.
  • Vineyard Details
    • All dry-farmed vines which produce small berries with intense flavors, high acid and low sugar. Initial plantings were made in 1980 and the most recent were made 2009.
    • First Date Planted: 1980
    • Last Date Planted: 2010
    • Row Orientations: East West
    • Row Spacings: 12' x 7', 10' x 5'
    • Trellis Type: California sprawl and VSP
    • Irrigated/Dry Farmed: dry farmed
    • Harvest Method: hand
    • Wineries Supplied: Fratelli Perata, Four Lanterns
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  • Varieties Grown
    • Barbera | 2 acres

    • Cabernet Franc | 2 acres

    • Cabernet Sauvignon | 6 acres

    • Charbono | 2 acres

    • Merlot | 3 acres

    • Montepulciano | 2 acres

    • Petit Verdot | 0.75 acres

    • Petite Sirah | 1.5 acres

    • Sangiovese | 6 acres

    • Zinfandel | 2 acres