Meet The Farmers

These are just a few of the family farms we have been working with for decades. We're working hard to add them all soon.
Tony & Joye Inzana, raisin farmers

Our home and ranch is one of the last working examples of a late 19th century pre-irrigated central California wheat ranch still existing. We purchased the property in 1985 and it has been in an almost continuous state of improvement and restoration since. Built in 1890, near the end of the Victorian era, the original house, barns, and out buildings were all constructed of redwood inside and out. They have all been faithfully rebuilt or refurbished.

Farmed today with the aid of flood, drip and micro-sprinkler irrigation systems, they have been transformed entirely to densely planted organic fruit and nut orchard, the landscape would not resemble much of its late 19th century…

Almond farmers, Nick and Dave

Our almonds are produced by Nic, Steve and David Koretoff, California family farmers of five generations. 

Darro and Olivia Grieco

Darro and Olivia Grieco, Masters of the Berkeley Olive Grove 1913, Receive Gold Medals.

Olivia and Darro Grieco, the producers of this olive oil, were awarded two gold medals and a silver medal by the New York International Olive Oil Competition (the largest in the world), and three gold medals the previous year. He is a magnificent family farmer, the true husbandman of his soil, plants and animals.

Darro and Olivia have just returned from Cyprus and Greece where they received gold medals at the Aristoleo Awards and the Olympia Health & Nutrition Awards.

These two venues focus on high phenols and health and nutrition in contrast to the…