At Sonoma-Loeb, we produce limited production Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines from distinctive Sonoma County vineyards.
Our story began over 25 years ago when United States Ambassador to Denmark, John Loeb, began growing grapes in the Russian River and Alexander Valleys of Sonoma County, producing exceptional Chardonnay and Pinot Noir wines from his vine yards under the Sonoma-Loeb name.
Throughout our 25 year history, we have been dedicated to crafting wines of exceptional elegance and harmony, expressive of the elusive character of these Burgundian varietals. We employ traditional winemaking practices in state of the art winery facilities to produce our wines, a tribute to the symbiosis between traditional, handcrafted and contemporary practices in winemaking.
Our portfolio of wines reflects Sonoma County’s natural diversity with vineyards that feature a remarkable variety of elevations, soils, slopes and exposures. Our wines are sourced from some of the most renowned Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vineyards in Sonoma County, including Dutton Ranch, a sustainably and organically farmed vineyard in the Russian River AVA, and Sangiacomo Family Vineyard in the Carneros AVA. Over the years, winemaker Phillip Corallo-Titus and Vineyard Manager Dave Pirio have forged additional, longstanding relationships with select Sonoma County growers highly respected for producing outstanding grapes for highest quality wines.
Today, we are committed to building on the Sonoma-Loeb tradition of quality, artistically crafting Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines that express the singular character of Sonoma County.