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Carlo Trinchero was married to his former wife, Stephanie Will, with whom he shares two daughters.

The Napa Valley business mogul and a member of the Napa Valley family co-owns Sutter Home and other top wine brands.

The 35-year-old was named in the 2015 Forbes list of 30 Under 30 in the food and beverage category.

Carlo is recently in the news after being arrested for gun and drug-related charges on November 11. Although he was released on a $50,000 bond, he is set to reappear in court on January 20, 2023.

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Meet Carlo Trinchero Wife, Stephanie Will And Their Kids

Carlo Trinchero married his girlfriend of five years, Stephanie Will, in 2017. However, the couple filed for divorce in June 2022, citing ‘irreconcilable differences.’

Carlo’s estranged wife, Stephanie, cited the recent arrest in seeking a restraining order. She made a court filing asking to renew a previous protective order that expired in October. 

She alleged that Carlo kept meth and guns under the same roof as their daughters, three and two years old.

Per the restraining order, Carlo has been prohibited from owning guns because of his domestic violence arrest on May 15, 2016, after he pushed his wife into a closet, causing her to bleed and require medical attention.

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Carlo Trinchero assaulted his ex-wife, Stephanie. (Source: Daily Mail)

He also attacked and threatened a paramedic who arrived at the pair’s St. Helena home. He pleaded no contest to domestic violence charges and was sentenced to six months in prison and three years probation in February 2017.

“The children have been exposed to Carlo’s rage and volatile behavior,” the 31-year-old Stephanie wrote in her request. She added that he was detrimental to their welfare and her safety.

Carlo Trinchero Family Has A Long Legacy

Carlo Trinchero is the son of Roger Trinchero and grandson of Mario Trinchero, the young Italian immigrant who founded the wine empire.

Mario moved the family from New York to Napa Valley in 1948 to re-establish the Sutter Home winery that had been dormant since the Prohibition era and to build a better life for his wife Mary and their three kids, Roger, Bob, and Vera.

Sutter Home grew famous starting in the mid-1970s with its creation of White Zinfandel, a sweeter and lighter wine that sells about 4.5 million cases per year.

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Bob and Roger Trinchero are standing in front of the cellar door. (Source: Daily Seventy Fifty)

Carlo Trinchero, Mario Trinchero, Bobby Torres, and Tony Torres represent the third generation of Trinchero leadership.

Carlo Trinchero Net Worth In 2022

Lifestyle reports that the Trinchero family as a whole owns $2 billion. Since about four family members share the fortune, Carlo is likely worth around $50 million.

The Trincheros started their business empire in the late 1940s when brothers John and Mario Trinchero bought Sutter Home Winery. The family now runs one of the largest wine empires in the country.

In the 1960s, Bob, Mario’s son, made history and invented White Zinfandel, earning the top-selling and affordable pink title in 2017.

The Trinchero clan owns some of the most famous wine brands, including Gallo Family Franzia, Vineyards, Napa Cellars, Napa Valley, and Menage a Trois.

Carlo Trinchero, named in Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list in 2015, is the director of the Trinchero empire’s Elite Collection and Taken Wine Co.

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The Trinchero Napa Valley in St. Helena. (Source: St. Helena)

Carlo was initially not so sure about the wine business. After studying kinesiology at Sacramento University, he became a physical trainer. But winery visits and tastings made him realize he was a part of the family legacy.

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