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Christophe Tassan
July 18, 2024 | Christophe Tassan

Tasting Room Opening

Welcome to our brand new tasting room on the historic Sonoma Plaza! We are delighted to offer both reservations and walk-ins daily from 11am to 6pm. Enjoy wines by the glass, bottle service, or one of our curated flights. Both our indoor space and outdoor patio lounge feature a chic and comfortable environment to relax and enjoy. We invite you to savor a perfectly cellared vintage of Cabernet or a full lineup of our newest releases. As the evening cools, cozy up by one of our fire pits and savor a pre-dinner glass. All our wines are produced from our estate vineyard in the Moon Mountain District and include Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc (member exclusive), Grenache, Syrah, and a delightful white blend. Cheers!

Visit us at 481 1st St W, Sonoma, CA 95476. Contact us for further details: (707) 744-4777 or [email protected]

Time Posted: Jul 18, 2024 at 11:00 AM Permalink to Tasting Room Opening Permalink
Christophe Tassan
September 16, 2021 | Christophe Tassan

Fall Harvest is here

After harvesting Moon Hollow Sauvignon Blanc 2021 on August 20th and Moon Hollow Viognier 2021 on September 3rd, we are patiently waiting for the red varietals to get ripe enough; which looks like to be at around late September for this year.

The Sauvignon Blanc already gives us the vintage characteristics! Healthy fruit and low yield. Perfect recipe for a great vintage. The low yield (overall 20% less compared to 2020) is due to wind during flowering and provides clusters of fruit with space in between berries; which helped keeping the fruit healthy while growing. Temperatures were balanced and never reached over 100F on this side of the mountain (50F the morning of Sauvignon Blanc harvest).

Another drought this year with very little rain in winter has driven the vine to produce less fruit and smaller berries; translating in more flavors for the future wine. Though we have to wait a little more to get the red in the cellar! A lot can happen.


Time Posted: Sep 16, 2021 at 10:59 AM Permalink to Fall Harvest is here Permalink