We joined the Farm Direct movement early on, sourcing the best coffee available while developing long-term, mutually beneficial relationships with coffee growers in more than 10 countries. We work with and invest in individuals and Co-Ops who are committed to protecting the planet and micro economies.


Vinaccio coffee started out roasting beans in a small farmhouse on Whidbey Island, Washington. The year was 2003 and Seattle was the coolest place on earth. After several roaster fires and the need to go from a one-pound roaster to a six-pound roaster, we decided to move out to the beautiful Sky Valley of Washington State. At that time we had little money, lots of energy, and huge dreams.

Since that time, we have moved all the way up to a 55-pound Diedrich IR-24 roaster, installed a proper cupping table, and improved our roast profiles by leaps and bounds; it’s amazing what 21 years will do. 

We have been extremely blessed as a company.

Every day we reflect as a company how lucky we are to be doing what we love to do.


Our customers know that we love to support the community in various ways from fundraisers, to gift cards, to charity auctions.

We have been blessed as a company and consider it a privilege to be a member of the Monroe community.

If you have a fundraising activity, feel free to email us at mike@vinaccio.coffee.