Sangiovese in California | See Sangiovese.

Wineries | Acorn (North Coast). | Atlas Peak (has abandoned Sangiovese altogether). | Bella Luna (Paso Robles). | Benessere (Napa Valley). | Bonterra. | Caparone (a pioneer along with Vino Noceto). | Carhartt (Santa Ynez). | Chatom (Sierra Foothills). | Dalla Valle. | Domaine St Gregory (North Coast, under the Monte Volpe label; since 1992). | Ferrari-Carano. | Frank Family (Rutherford). | Giornata (Paso Robles). | Girasole (Mendocino). | Field Stone (Alexander Valley). | Flora Springs. | Luna (Napa). | Mondavi. | Monte Volpe. | Noceto–see under Vino Noceto. | Obscurity Cellars (Sierra Foothills). | Palomino (Santa Barbara and Santa Ynez). | Pietra Santa (Cienega Valley, Central Coast, a consistent producer). | Robert Pepi (now part of Jackson Family Estates). | Scott (Santa Barbara). | Shafer. | Stolpman. | Swanson. | Two Mile (Dry Creek). | Villa Ragazzi (Napa). | Vino Noceto (a California Sangiovese pioneer along with Caparone. | Vino Noceto may be the only California winery focused primarily on Sangiovese, and continues to do so in the California’s Shenandoah Valley, in the Sierra Foothills of Amador County).