In 1962, a barber from Jalisco, Mexico came to California and would eventually work with some of the pioneers of the Napa Valley winegrowing business. Salvador Renteria, along with his wife, Luisa, would build one of the most important vineyard management companies in the area, becoming a farming force at a pivotal time in Napa Valley history. While working on projects at Sterling, Dalla Valle, Screaming Eagle and many others, the family became more and more dedicated to meticulous vineyard practices.
Their son, Oscar Renteria would continue the family mission, focusing on distinguished vineyard clients while bringing innovations to farming practices and the well-being of farm workers. After decades of continuous improvements, Renteria Vineyard Management became a leader in the industry. After 40 years of working vines for others, Oscar was proud to claim the deed to the family’s first estate vineyards.
To complete the circle, the best grapes of these vineyards are curated and hand-selected to make small batches of premium wine. But what to call these precious wines?
Many names were discussed while sitting around the dinner table. Now a grandfather, Salvador said “Tres Perlas of course”, his name for the three granddaughters, the future of the family. Spanish for three pearls these wines are thoughtfully crafted with the next generation in mind.