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Sojourn Cellars

Updated: Jan 12


  • Located in a quaint, white picket fenced, restored white cottage.

  • A short walk from historic Sonoma Plaza.

  • Home to the tasting salon.


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  • Open Daily: 10:00 – 5:00pm

  • Appointment Only

  • Intimate, seated tastings.


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  • Tasting Experience:

  • Comparative Tastings – $35 pp.

  • 10:00am, 11:30am, and 1:00pm. Seated tasting.

  • 60 to 90 minutes with an attentive host.

  • Learn about premiere Sonoma County vineyards.

  • Reuling, Sangiacomo, Rodgers Creek.

  • Discover the hype behind the newest Sonoma County AVA, Petaluma Gap.


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  • Wine Sold:

  • On allocation to their mailing list members, select restaurants and retailers.

  • Club Members: Two Tier, 6 or 12 bottles shipped 3x a year.

  • Wines: Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon

  • Pinot Noir is their flagship wine.

  • Average Price: $40 – $120


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  • Who knew that the partnership for Sojourn was sealed on a tennis court.

  • Craig left a 16 year software business career and then tapped into his wine passion.

  • Erich had been winemaker at Arrowhead winery when they met.

  • Erich was itching to make Pinot Noir.

  • Craig was a Pinot Noir aficionado.

  • Erich Bradley (winemaker) and Craig Haserot launched Sojourn in 2001.


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  • In 2009, during the Great Recession, they saw many small Sonoma wineries close shop.

  • Sojourn was a direct to consumer model, so they suffered less.


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  • In 2009 vineyard opportunities opened.

  • Celebrated growers called them wanting to sell their grapes to Sojourn.

  • The tasting lounge also opened in 2009.

  • Sojourn is known for sourcing their grapes from the best regions and vineyards in the area.


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  • The Sojourn Gap’s Crown Pinot is my personal fav!