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Award-winning boutique Sonoma Winery opens reserves – Press Releases

Sonoma Valley, California, 11/23/2022 /SubmitMyPR/

Boutique for 20 years Sonoma Winery Halleck Vineyard in Sebastopol, California, produces acclaimed, coveted wines that are served in some of America’s most exclusive restaurants and private clubs.

These are cool climate, small production wines that you can only taste in the best restaurants like Daniel (2 Michelin stars), Portale (1 Michelin star) and Mourad (1 Michelin star) as well as in private clubs like The Core Club in NYC can get and the Pacific Union Club in San Francisco.

Hard-to-find wines from small productions are by definition always in short supply. Allocations are made by Halleck Vineyard Inner Circle Wine Club members, restaurants and sommeliers. But until Cyber ​​Monday, Halleck Vineyard is opening up its reserves to non-members. Wine lovers can purchase a full 12-bottle case of some of their most sought-after wines Sonoma Wines for the price of 10.

Halleck winery
Halleck winery

In an era dominated by mega-wineries owned by E&J Gallo Winery and Constellation Brands, Halleck Vineyard is an artisanal boutique that produces fewer than 2,500 cases of award-winning wine each year, with winemaker Ross Halleck mastering from grape to glass monitors. Each bottle is lovingly made by hand and can be enjoyed intimately Sonoma Wine Tasting Salons at the Halleck Vineyard Sebastopol Estate.

These are small wine experiences for up to 16 guests at a time, Thursday through Sunday, at their Estate Winery. Surrounded by the oldest Pinot Noir vineyard in Sebastopol, it was planted in 1993 before the varietal became so popular, partly due to the popularity of the Oscar-winning film Sideways, which celebrated the varietal.

Halleck Vineyard Pinot Noirs have been consistently rated best in class by the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition and the Los Angeles International Wine and Spirits Competition. And award-winning, internationally syndicated wine columnist Dan Berger called their first-ever Pinot Noir vintage “extraordinary”.


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