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Sonoma Collection District 3 Chardonnay Scores 90’s


Discover New Bay Area Locations To Harvest A Bottle

Sonoma Collection D3SONOMA, California (September 16, 2015) – Ned Hill, owner of La Prenda Vineyards Management in Sonoma County, and Matt Stornetta, operations manager at La Prenda, have released their own wines, Sonoma Collection District 3 (http://www.sonomawinegrowers.com). They offer three wines: a classic Pinot Noir, a Red Wine Blend and an unoaked, Chablis-style Chardonnay. All three wines retail for under $20 and are available all around the bay area.

The 2014 Sonoma Collection District 3 ‘Growers Reserve’ Sonoma Coast Chardonnay received 90 points from Wine Lines Online, while the 2013 Sonoma Collection Sonoma County District 3 ‘Growers Reserve’ Sonoma County Chardonnay scored 91 points from The Pinot File.  

For a taste of the wines stop by the Cliff House in San Francisco, Cricklewood in Santa Rosa, The Depot Hotel in Sonoma as well as Palooza in Kenwood. If you’d like to purchase a bottle or two retailers include: Whole Foods (Sonoma County), Nugget Markets (Sacramento Area), Oliver’s Markets (Sonoma County), Paradise Foods (Marin County), Jackson Wine and Spirits (Lafayette), Sonoma Market, and Broadway Market (Sonoma).

Ned and Matt hired Alex Beloz (previously at Macrostie Winery) to be their consulting winemaker. They lease a facility in nearby Isleton to produce their wine. Keeping the wine prices low, they are able to provide their vineyard clients with good prices for their grapes. They hope the Sonoma Collection District 3 wines will create a solid market and generate long-term viability for their clients.

Sonoma Collection District 3 wines offer Pinot Noir, Red Wine and Chardonnay. The wines are produced by Ned Hill and Matt Stornetta. Suggested retail for all wines is under $20. For further information about Sonoma Collection District 3 wines, contact Matt Stornetta at (707) 815-8771 or [email protected]

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