Calcagno Cellars Winery is featured in 1859 Magazine, Trip Planner to Troutdale, OR! Looking for wine, shops and recreational activites, you will find out our secret Troutdale locations here.
Kristi Calcagno was interviewed by KGW-Portland Today on the effects of the fall 2017 Eagle Creek Fire on Troutdale businesses. Business in the scenic Columbia River Gorge took an economic hit because of the dangerous fire and smoke for several weeks in September of 2017. Watch the interview here.
Kristi and Frank Calcagno and Calcagno Cellars Winery were featured in the Portland Tribune/Gresham Outlook! Read the article here.
Our winemaker, Rolando Herrera, was recently recognized at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History of his significant contributions as a Mexican-American worker. The museum will focus on the deep Latino heritage and roots in the wine industry, and bring together individuals and families to share their stories or working, creating communities and building businesses in wine country.
Rolando Herrera, our winemaker, and his personal winery were voted into the Top 10 Hot Brands of 2016 by Wine Business Monthly! Rolando was selected as he reflects the diversity that is the wine culture and has an innate desire to produce an amazing and beautiful wine, something they and the consumer will love.
Frank Calcagno, was featured in the December issue of The Scribe, a publication of the Medical Society of Metropolitan Portland. Frank expresses how he knew he wanted to be a doctor by the age of six and of the impact his early childhood farming has had on his passion of winemaking. Read the full, two-page article on pg.16 here!
Our winemaker, Rolando Herrera is starting his 32nd grape harvest in Napa. We are fortunate to be one of Rolando's few and limited select wineries that he consults with. Click on the link to view the article: Winebusiness.
An exciting article about Calcagno Cellars coming to downtown Troutdale, in the Gresham Outlook. Troutdale Mayor, Doug Daoust is quoted as saying this is more good news for the downtown business district as the city continues to build more housing, providing more residents and foot traffic along with our new winery. Click on the Outlook picture below for the link to the publication.