DeLoach has a proud history, being one of the front-runners of sustainable farming in the Russian River Valley. Learn about our history, philosophy, winemaking techniques, and commitment to organic and Biodynamic® farming as you leisurely tour our idyllic twenty-acre organic estate in the heart of the Russian River Valley thriving with Sonoma’s agricultural bounty.
Guests are treated to limited release offerings of DeLoach’s vineyard-designate wines, each with as little as fifty cases produced while enjoying tours of the Biodynamic garden as well as picnic grounds, cheeses from local purveyors, and an intimate look at the winery’s Burgundian winemaking techniques.
As a pioneering producer and winegrower of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Zinfandel in Sonoma’s Russian River Valley, DeLoach Vineyards has been experimenting with and perfecting the best combinations of soil, rootstock, and clones for over three decades. In 2003, the Boisset family brought two generations of sustainable winemaking experience from Burgundy, France to California’s Russian River Valley and pulled up the estate vineyards that had just produced Wine Enthusiast magazine’s 2004 wine of the year: DeLoach Vineyards’ 30th Anniversary Cuvée Pinot Noir. The award-winning vineyards were replanted with cover crops in order to revitalize the soil and in the meantime, DeLoach partnered with winegrowers equally dedicated to and passionate about eco-friendly farming practices and the production of high-quality wines. Wine & Spirits magazine named DeLoach Vineyards a Top 100 Winery for the twelfth time in the winery’s history in 2012.