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David DelMonaco


What's up, I'm David. Prior to owning the winery I worked in construction for 20 years. In 2007 I started building what is now the winery. Today you can find me working out in the vineyards taking care of the grapes. Other than that, I just do whatever I'm told.


Barbara DelMonaco


Hey, I'm Barbara.  I love spending time with my grandkids and riding around the woods on the golf carts with them.  I enjoy spending time with friends and sipping on Chardonnay. You can find me keeping busy with managerial tasks around the winery or hanging out with customers around the tasting bar.

Sophia Davis

Sophia Davis

General Manager

Hi Yall, I'm Sophia... lover of wine, friends, and music.  I enjoy working here at the winery and using my background in accounting combined with the music entertainment business to find new opportunities to grow the winery reach to the community.  I manage our two locations and get to work with a wonderful staff that you will fall in love with too.  When I am not here at work, I will be spoiling my grandchildren.


Kyle Cochran

Master Winemaker

Kyle Cochran joined DelMonaco Winery in 2015 working his way from the tasting room to Winemaker. He worked under former Winemaker Cliff “CJ” Giacobine, who was with DelMonaco until his death in 2021. CJ’s years of running a family-owned winery in Paso Robles, CA brought the love and knowledge of great wines to DelMonaco and to Kyle. Kyle developed some of the favorite wines at the winery that you enjoy today, such as Strawberry, Razzmatazz, and the famous Foxy Lady. In 2020, Kyle left for Oregon to work at custom crush facilities where he helped process up to 40 tons of grapes per day. He continued his education and learned many techniques utilizing natural yeast and taking a hands-off approach to grape fermentations, allowing the grape’s natural attributes to take a front seat. In 2022 Kyle is back at DelMonaco with his wife and two sons, to start a new generation of wines. Stop in to say Hello and enjoy the fruits of his labor.

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