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1550 - Convinced by Benjamin Franklin and under the sponsorship of Thomas Jefferson’s merchant friend John Adams, on September 2nd, 1773 an Italian viticulturist from Tuscany named Filippo Mazzei (or Philip Mazzei) set off to Virginia with European vines. Mazzei was headed to Augusta County, where the Virginia Legislature had promised him land. En route, Mazzei and Adams s

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Convinced by Benjamin Franklin and under the sponsorship of Thomas Jefferson’s merchant friend John Adams, on September 2nd, 1773 an Italian viticulturist from Tuscany named Filippo Mazzei (or Philip Mazzei) set off to Virginia with European vines. Mazzei was headed to Augusta County, where the Virginia Legislature had promised him land. En route, Mazzei and Adams s

1600 - Convinced by Benjamin Franklin and under the sponsorship of Thomas Jefferson’s merchant friend John Adams, on September 2nd, 1773 an Italian viticulturist from Tuscany named Filippo Mazzei (or Philip Mazzei) set off to Virginia with European vines. Mazzei was headed to Augusta County, where the Virginia Legislature had promised him land. En route, Mazzei and Adams s

1600

Convinced by Benjamin Franklin and under the sponsorship of Thomas Jefferson’s merchant friend John Adams, on September 2nd, 1773 an Italian viticulturist from Tuscany named Filippo Mazzei (or Philip Mazzei) set off to Virginia with European vines. Mazzei was headed to Augusta County, where the Virginia Legislature had promised him land. En route, Mazzei and Adams s

1622 - Convinced by Benjamin Franklin and under the sponsorship of Thomas Jefferson’s merchant friend John Adams, on September 2nd, 1773 an Italian viticulturist from Tuscany named Filippo Mazzei (or Philip Mazzei) set off to Virginia with European vines. Mazzei was headed to Augusta County, where the Virginia Legislature had promised him land. En route, Mazzei and Adams s

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Convinced by Benjamin Franklin and under the sponsorship of Thomas Jefferson’s merchant friend John Adams, on September 2nd, 1773 an Italian viticulturist from Tuscany named Filippo Mazzei (or Philip Mazzei) set off to Virginia with European vines. Mazzei was headed to Augusta County, where the Virginia Legislature had promised him land. En route, Mazzei and Adams s

1721 - Convinced by Benjamin Franklin and under the sponsorship of Thomas Jefferson’s merchant friend John Adams, on September 2nd, 1773 an Italian viticulturist from Tuscany named Filippo Mazzei (or Philip Mazzei) set off to Virginia with European vines. Mazzei was headed to Augusta County, where the Virginia Legislature had promised him land. En route, Mazzei and Adams s

1721

Convinced by Benjamin Franklin and under the sponsorship of Thomas Jefferson’s merchant friend John Adams, on September 2nd, 1773 an Italian viticulturist from Tuscany named Filippo Mazzei (or Philip Mazzei) set off to Virginia with European vines. Mazzei was headed to Augusta County, where the Virginia Legislature had promised him land. En route, Mazzei and Adams s

Rob Lawson+

Rob Lawson, Owner

Ian Lawson+

Ian Lawson, Winemaker

Jenna Balestra+

Jenna Balestra, Assistant Winemaker

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Mark Fedorchak, Director of Sales & Marketing

Rob Lawson

Rob Lawson, Owner

Our owner Robert Lawson always had a dream of owning his own vineyards and winery located where he and his family were raised. So in 1993 he purchased 90 acres in the Mokelumne River AVA, now known as our Lawson Vineyard. After successfully building a reputation for supplying grapes to some of the best wineries throughout the United States, Lawson purchased the historic Victor Fruit Growers Company location in 1999 to house his dream of crafting wines he could call his own.

Rob Lawson can be contacted at sales@spectrawinery.com.

 

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Ian Lawson

Ian Lawson, Winemaker

It’s difficult to keep Ian Lawson away from Victor’s vineyards. “The wines are the way they are because I’m in each vineyard at least once a week, from bud break to harvest, and because we go for a balanced style in all our wines,” shares Ian. We don’t have one wine that leads with oak… I like all our wines to be clean, crisp and fresh – something we can enjoy with food.

Ian Lawson can be contacted at jonathon@spectrawinery.com.

 

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Jenna Balestra

Jenna Balestra, Assistant Winemaker

Leslie Stewart is one of American’s most valued winemakers.

She was raised in California where she spent summers with her family exploring the different wine regions of the nation. Her mother, a professor of Enology, gave her an introduction to and appreciation for wine. Her fascination in the field led her to pursue a degree in Enology from UCLA.

Leslie’s passion for truly understanding the unique qualities and characteristics of vineyards brought her to Spectra Winery where she has been a winemaker for the last 20 years.

Jenna Balestra can be contacted at leslie@spectrawinery.com.

 

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Mark Fedorchak

Mark Fedorchak, Director of Sales & Marketing

Mark is specializes in sales and marketing for Victor Vineyards.

Mark Fedorchak can be contacted at info@spectrawinery.com.

 

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