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Sonoma Luxury Player Sojourn Partners With Harrow, Sets Up Shop At Former Ravenswood Site

August 27, 2020

Sonoma-based Sojourn Cellars has joined forces with Harrow Cellars, the partnership between Angelina Mondavi and Sonoma’s Best Hospitality based at the former Ravenswood winery. The move, for which no financials were disclosed, will see Sojourn bring its winemaking operations to Harrow’s facility. Sojourn’s existing team, including Erich Bradley (founder and winemaker) and Randy Bennett (general manager and winemaker), will continue to oversee the boutique brand.

Bradley and Bennett will also have a hand in designing Sojourn’s cellar, winemaking, and tourism facilities within the larger Harrow property. While Sojourn’s new home will feature a tasting room and visitor experience, the brand plans to keep its downtown Sonoma tasting room open as an additional option for visitors to experience the brand’s luxury Pinot Noirs, Chardonnays, and Cabernet Sauvignons.

Angelina Mondavi partnered with Sonoma’s Best Hospitality to form Harrow at the Ravenswood site in January, planning to make estate grown Zinfandel, Merlot, Chardonnay, and Pinot Noir ranging from around $35 to $85. The Ravenswood brand itself is among a slew of labels in the process of being acquired by E.&J. Gallo from Constellation.—Shane English

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