Harrow Cellars and Sojourn Cellars to share former Ravenswood property
The new yet-to-open Harrow Cellars winery has purchased Sonoma’s Sojourn Cellars and the two wineries will share the former Ravenswood tasting room, production facility and cellar space on Gehricke Road. The terms of the Sojourn acquisition were not announced.
Harrow Cellars is a new winery run by Angelina Mondavi and owned by Sonoma’s Best Hospitality Group (SBHG), the Sonoma-based collective of local businesses run by Karin Rogers. Mondavi and SBHG announced the acquisition of the former Ravenswood property in January 2020.
Sojourn Cellars is a high-end producer of pinot noir, chardonnay and cabernet sauvignon, with a tasting room located at 141 E. Napa St. The winery will move its operations to the former Ravenswood winemaking facility currently undergoing renovations, but its East Napa Street tasting room will remain open. According to Sojourn co-founder Craig Haserot, the move marks the winery’s first opportunity to move its production in-house since its 2001 founding.