It was always about working harder, to leave something greater for the next generation
Today, the LA River is paved and the vineyards have been replaced with businesses and homes. San Antonio Winery remains the oldest and largest producing winery in Los Angeles with over 100 years of winemaking, making it an essential component of the city’s cultural and historical landscape.OUR HISTORY
The San Antonio Winery Ontario tasting room and gift shop has been faithfully serving guests for over 40 years.READ MORE
Visit the premiere Paso Robles Wine Country and enjoy the finest wines we have to offer in our spacious & comfortable Tasting Room.READ MORE
Our event center has Redwood tank skylights and floor to ceiling windows providing natural light not found in most hospitality spaces.READ MORE
This region provides a cool climate with morning fog and afternoon breezes.READ MORE
Wines that express elegant intensity and are named after our company matriarch, Maddalena Riboli. You’ll find varietals from our balanced and citrus-forward Chardonnay to our rich and silky Cabernet Sauvignon and everything in between!
Award-winning wines that embody California elegance and express unrestrained flavor and elemental origins. Your ultimate voyage awaits. Set sail with San Simeon wines.
San Antonio Cardinale Specialty® wines represents both commitment to our customers and our winemaking roots in Los Angeles, CA. San Antonio Cardinale Specialty® varietals range from sweet to semi-sweet and are produced entirely of California-grown grapes. Try our award-winning varietals and discover your favorite.
Boldly unapologetic, grippy, fruit-driven reds grown in Paso Robles, CA. Taste the darkness®.
America’s favorite semi-sweet & semi-sparkling Italian wine. Made with all-natural, real fruit flavors. Gluten-free and low calorie, there is something for everyone to Stellabrate®.
Elegant and unforgettable Cabernet Sauvignons from our Napa Valley vineyard. Each bottle is a testament to our over 100 years in winemaking with uncompromised quality and attention to detail. Here’s to the next 100 years.