began more than 100 years ago in 1917 when Santo Cambianica opened the San Antonio Winery. Shortly thereafter, in 1919, congress passed a nationwide prohibition on alcohol. Leveraging his strong relationship with the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, Santo was permitted to distil wine for sacramental and ceremonial purposes.

In 1936, a young Stefano Riboli emigrated from Italy for an apprenticeship under his uncle Santo. Eight years after arriving, Stefano spotted Maddalena Satragni driving a tractor on her parents’ farm in Chino, California. It was love at first sight and they were married less than two years later.

After a century of wine-making, the Riboli Family operates the oldest and largest winery in Los Angeles. They remain committed to quality, excellence and innovation, having recently opened an environmentally- friendly winery in Paso Robles. The family is enthusiastic about what the next century will hold for their brand and legacy, which now includes the history-making redevelopment of Capitol Milling.

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