| Don and Deedee Sodaro, driven by their passion and inspired by the great wines of Bordeaux and Napa Valley, searched widely for the perfect location to build a vineyard and create a wine of extraordinary merit.
They found that location on a beautiful site in the Coombsville region of Napa Valley. Experts were consulted on every aspect of soil, exposure, rootstock and clone, and a magnificent vineyard was planted. Caves were built in the hillside to accommodate winemaking and barrel aging, with an inviting tasting room for clients, buyers, and guests.
| Winemakers Dawnine and Bill Dyer were enlisted early in the planning process. They designed and oversaw the construction of a winery that would be perfectly suited to the needs of the winegrowing estate. Denis Malbec and his team took over winemaking in 2013, and his wife May-Britt took the helm after his passing in 2016. Since the first vintage the estate vineyards have provided all of the fruit in Sodaro wines, and the winery is solely dedicated to the maximum expression of that fruit. Every glass of Sodaro wine tells a story of soil, rain, sun and wind, artistry, craft and hard work.
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