Sojourn Cellars Announces Alliance with Harrow Cellar

Sojourn Cellars Announces Alliance with Harrow Cellar

Wine Industry Insight / Wine Industry Network | August 27, 2020 |

Sojourn Cellars, one of California’s most highly acclaimed producers of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon, today announced its formal alliance with Harrow Cellars and that it will move its operations to the Gehricke Road winemaking facility that was once home to Ravenswood Winery. Harrow Cellars’ Angelina Mondavi announced the acquisition of the former Ravenswood property in January of this year.

Though Sojourn’s award-winning portfolio dates back to its 2001 founding, this move marks the first opportunity the winery has had to move its production in-house, providing the founders with an unprecedented level of creative control.

“The founders [Craig Haserot and Erich Bradley] and winemaking team all live in Sonoma, and the tasting room will remain in Sonoma,” said Erich Bradley, Sojourn Cellars founder and director of winemaking, “so this feels a lot like a homecoming, both physically and spiritually. 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.”…

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The Sojourn Cellars tasting room, just off the downtown Sonoma plaza, will stay open after Angelina Mondavi bought it.Photo: Lianne Milton / Special to The Chronicle 2010
The Sojourn Cellars tasting room, just off the downtown Sonoma plaza, will stay open after Angelina Mondavi bought it.Photo: Lianne Milton / Special to The Chronicle 2010
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