Frey Vineyards: Always Family-Owned & Operated
In the early 60s, Paul Frey Sr. bought the property that would later become Frey Vineyards. He planted the grapes that his sons Jonathan and Matthew Frey, along with Jonathan's wife Katrina, would later use to start the Frey family business in 1980. Other Frey siblings soon joined the growing enterprise. Today, seven of the twelve Frey siblings work full-time at the winery, as do some of their spouses. Some of the second Frey generation and their spouses work as well. Young cousins on summer vacation help to plant new vineyards, a niece is being apprenticed by her uncle on the fine arts of winemaking, and on bottling days matriarch Beba Frey, 84, fills wine cases surrounded by her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren!
A family business of four generations changes the focus from short-term profit to long-term sustainability. We care about the reputation and quality of our wine as well as our standing in the community. To us Frey Vineyards is more than just a business, it is a way of life and a legacy we hope to pass on to our children. Rooted in love and respect for the land and for the planet of which it is a part, we are committed to provide our customers with top quality wine produced with the highest standards of sustainability .