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Afternoon Brief, June 22

Uncertain Futures for Smaller Wineries Post-COVID: Big wine has been muscling independents out for years in the world's largest wine market – COVID exacerbates the trend...

Sonoma-Cutrer Donates $100,000 to the Restaurant Workers’ Community Foundation

In support of the donation, Sonoma-Cutrer Russian River Ranches Chardonnay is now available for retail sale WINDSOR, Calif., June 22, 2020 -  In the wake...

Afternoon Brief, April 7

How Will Coronavirus Affect Wine Consumption?: How will the coronavirus pandemic change the wine world? Wine Intelligence looks at how consumer trends are likely to shift: from a dramatic move towards off-premise sales, to a new awareness and emphasis on local origin products...

Sonoma-Cutrer® Introduces Latest Winemaker’s Release

Vintage 2018 Russian River Valley Pinot Noir with Woodford Reserve® Barrel Finish WINDSOR, Calif., April 6, 2020 – Sonoma-Cutrer, known for producing world-class Chardonnay...

Sonoma-Cutrer Introduces Weekly Virtual Wine Tastings

What: Sonoma-Cutrer, known for producing world-class Chardonnay and Pinot Noir in the esteemed Russian River Valley, invites you to join “Wine Down Wednesday” with...

Sonoma-Cutrer Releases Latest Winemakers Release in Annual Series

2017 Vintage Vine Hill ‘Flanc De Coteau Blocs’ WINDSOR, Calif., September 30, 2019 – Sonoma-Cutrer, known for producing world-class Chardonnay and Pinot Noir in the...

Wine’s Most Inspiring People 2019: Adventurous Winemaker and Mensch

Many know Mick Schroeter’s talents in winemaking and his path from the big reds of Penfold’s to the delicate Russian River Valley Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs of his current gig as Head of Winemaking at Sonoma-Cutrer, as well as his entry to Sonoma County wines at Geyser Peak where their Sauvignon Blanc became the standard bearer for U.S. produced wines of this variety.

Afternoon Brief, December 10

A 31% Increase in Number of California Wineries Makes Financial Success That Much Harder: The global investment firm Rabobank November 2018 Wine Quarterly included a few important takeaways from the Wine Industry Financial Symposium held this autumn in Napa, California. In its introduction to the report, the bank got my attention with this about California: "Wineries of all sizes need to find new owners."

Late Harvest Chard Wins Best Dessert for Sonoma-Cutrer

Ask Mick Schroeter how the Late Harvest Chardonnay project came about at Sonoma-Cutrer, and the well-versed Aussie, who began his career as a red winemaker in the Barossa Valley with the iconic Penfolds brand, says simply, “Chardonnay and Pinot Noir just don’t cut it with dessert. We were doing all these wine dinners, and we’d get to the dessert course, and nothing would be quite right. So, we decided it was time to do a Late Harvest.”

Women for WineSense Winemaking and Viticulture Roundtable presents August 1st “Chardonnay,...

WINDSOR, CALIFORNIA: Women for WineSense Napa | Sonoma Chapter (WWS), announces the next Winemakers’ & Viticultural Roundtable on Wednesday, August 1, 2018, at one of...

Sonoma-Cutrer Leads Three Decades Reunion of “Focus on Chardonnay”

The World’s Finest Old World and New World Chardonnay Producers Come Together to Share Winemaking Expertise During Finale Reunion August 8, 2017, WINDSOR, CA –...

Sonoma-Cutrer Unveils New Website and Enhanced Online Shopping Experience

Award-Winning Winery Invites Visitors to Explore its Superior Essence Online July 12, 2017, WINDSOR, CA – Sonoma-Cutrer® Vineyards, known for producing world-class, handcrafted Chardonnay and...

Afternoon Brief, May 14

Grape growers harvesting on average eight days earlier each decade: Researchers from the Australian Wine Research Institute are warning grape growers they must adapt to warmer and drier conditions leading to earlier harvests...

Afternoon Brief, March 12

Sonoma County Vintners Announce Wine Lots for Inaugural Barrel Auction: The Sonoma County Vintners invites members of the licensed wine trade to preview the never before, never again limited production wines that will be available for purchase at the inaugural Sonoma County Barrel Auction...

Afternoon Brief, October 9

Napa Valley Grapegrowers expect to wrap up another successful harvest next week: Though this harvest is expected to be a little smaller than 2013, it will have a similar quality profile. The warm season translated into early bud break and harvest, could in turn translate into great quality wines, because it allows the winemakers flexibility in choosing when to harvest to get the flavor profile and acidity theyre looking for without fear of rain...