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THE MAKERS

Crafting Wines Since 1917. Winemaking is a delicate art form that requires gentle hands, perceptive noses, and sharp eyes of brilliant, innovative winemakers. To our skilled winemakers, perfection is such a thing – our award-winning wines.

The Family

Anthony Riboli

4th generation family winemaker Anthony Riboli received his M.S. in Viticulture from the University of California, Davis. During the 1997 harvest, he apprenticed under Michael Weis at Groth Vineyards and Winery in Napa Valley.

Since joining the Riboli Family Wine Estates, his foremost goal has been the improvement of the quality of our wines through his meticulous focus in the vineyards. Major innovations include clonal selections, crop thinning, and deficit irrigation. One of his greatest pleasures is working beside his father and grandfather.

Arnaud Debons

Arnaud Debons worked in the Bordeaux and Cahors regions of France after graduating from the prestigious winemaking program at the University of Toulouse. Looking for a change and a challenge, he moved to the U.S. where he worked as an assistant winemaker for Newton Vineyards in Napa Valley for several years before joining Riboli Family at San Antonio Winery in 2003.

Arnaud brings constant energy and commitment to his job and particularly enjoys visits to the winery’s estate vineyards in Monterey, Paso Robles, and Napa Valley.

Ben Mayo

Crafting Wines Since 1917. Winemaking is a delicate art form that requires gentle hands, perceptive noses, and sharp eyes of brilliant, innovative winemakers. To our skilled winemakers, perfection is such a thing – our award-winning wines.

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