From our vineyard on Perry Ave to your glass.
Robert Lucchi is the son of the late Mario Lucchi and Catherine Ravioli Lucchi. His parents immigrated from Bologna, Italy to settle in the Cabrini Avenue section of West Scranton in the early 1900s. It was here that Robert learned the art of winemaking by helping his father at a very young age.
Mark Lucchi and his father Robert, are vintners of the old-fashioned homemade wine school. Robert planted the original vines in the 1970s, which today produces multiple barrels of their Concord Estate wine. Today, this Concord grape is used in a few different Lucchi wines, but most notably, it is used to make Sweet Trouble. Mark watched his father trek to the family’s home basement to make wine, which became the family’s annual tradition. Little did they know at the time their greatest passion would lead them down the road of discovery, bonding, and now sharing their hard work with the public.
State-of-the-Art Bottling Line in Action!
We have built a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility right in the heart of North Scranton. We now produce over 35 different varieties of wine. Our grapes, juice, and fruits come from 5 territories: California, Italy, South America, Pennsylvania, and New York. Although the manufacturing facility looks a lot different than it did only a few years ago, the winemaking process remains largely the same–the wine is made with friends, family, and most importantly, love.