Realtor & Author

Valerie Caccia is a real estate agent based in the Sonoma and Napa Valleys and author of the book “How To Eat A byte at a time” that launched in the spring of 2019. She is also the host of the “How To Eat A Millennial” podcast, helping generations talk, to each other, set to release in the beginning of 2020. 

Valerie was born and raised in San Francisco. The City of San Francisco is approximately 45 minutes north of a beautiful part of the world, the Sonoma-Napa Valleys. These Valleys have been a part of Valerie’s life even before she was born. Her grandfather built a country home in the mountains above Calistoga on Cobb Mountain. Lots of family and friends spent weekends, holidays and summers at “Casa di Caccia” via a beautiful drive through the Wine Country. Valerie recalls childhood memories picking rapini (broccoli rabe) alongside her grandmother in the vineyards and writing short stories in the car. 

In the 1980’s, Valerie  graduated Loyola Marymount University in what is now known as the Silicon Beach region of Los Angeles. She found work as a young writer in Hollywood. At the age of 24, Valerie became a majordomo for an American playwright at his residences in Bel Air, Broad Beach and Manhattan.

Valerie brings a city savvy and sophistication to the Northern California Wine Country that is sui generis. She has been in the residential real estate business for over 20 years, and has a strong reputation for being a conscientious realtor. Valerie lives in the Wine Country with her family and the greatest of Great Pyrenees named C.

In 2007, Valerie helped launch the Westin Verasa Napa, awarded the 2012 SPG Member Favorite Resort award for “Most Romantic Retreat”. Having been born on Valentine’s Day, Valerie is sensitive to the significance of love to these Valleys.

From SOMA to Sonoma, NOPA to Napa, Valerie Caccia and Sotheby’s International Realty are the perfect pairing. Like any good pairing, when the components are in balance and working well together, there is a noticeable difference that definitely affects the experience and eventually the outcome. 

Sotheby’s has been uniting collectors with world-class works of art since 1744, and 275 years later it has grown into one of the leading full-service art businesses. In the spirit of innovation, an exceptional real estate company bearing the Sotheby’s name was launched in 1976. “Today, the company’s global footprint spans 990 offices located in 72 countries worldwide, including 43 company-owned brokerage offices in key metropolitan and resort markets. Sotheby’s International Realty supports its affiliates and agents.”* Together, our companies are able to collaborate to provide a unique and exclusive experience to a coveted and influential audience. In the global markets we serve, this distinguishes our brand in a meaningful way.  

In 1981, the New York Times reported on SIR’s growth noting that we had “doubled our sales staff – to 10 brokers – working from our one office on Madison Avenue in New York.” CNBC summed it up best, noting that “this luxury real estate firm went from $4 billion to $95 billion in 12 years.”




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