Sonoma State Cellars

Wine MBA students and alumni labeling the first releaseWe spent the morning at Kokomo Winery today, putting the final touches on the first release from Sonoma State Cellars.

If you’re in Dry Creek Valley on Saturday, join the party that we’re throwing at Timber Crest Farms.  Bastille Day is a fitting day to celebrate this little revolution, the creation of this new brand of wine called Sonoma State Cellars.

2010 Dry Creek Valley Cuvee

Erik Miller and the team at Kokomo and Ruth Waltenspiel and the team at Timber Crest Farms, have been drivers of this project and most generous in partnering with the Wine MBA students to make this brand a reality.  Follow the link below to read more about the wine that will share the center stage with the students on Saturday afternoon, July 14 in Dry Creek Valley.

A limited quantity of wine is available to the public.  To order the wine and join the party on July 14, visit Sonoma State Cellars Allocation.


About RJ

Ray Johnson is the Executive Director of the Wine Business Institute at Sonoma State University. He writes about food and wine, his travels and the business of wine. He makes his home in Sonoma County, California.
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