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by m4bbl3m3d14 on August 28, 2020 in The Press Democrat

Harrow Cellars acquires Sojourn Cellars

Harrow Cellars, a partnership between Angelina Mondavi and Sonoma’s Best Hospitality Group, has bought Sojourn Cellars, a boutique premium wine brand based in Sonoma.

Under the deal, announced on Friday, the two labels will be based out of the former Ravenswood facility that Harrow bought in January. The Ravenswood transaction also included 12 acres of estate vineyards. The sale price for Sojourn was not disclosed.

Sojourn founders Craig Haserot and Erich Bradley started the label in 2001 and it became known for its well-regarded pinot noir, chardonnay and cabernet sauvignon even while operating out of custom crush facilities. It also has a tasting room in Sonoma that will remain there.

“We work with an incredible set of 16 different vineyards and now we can look forward to a winemaking facility in which we can take quality control to the next level,” Bradley said.

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