Ledson Winery & Vineyards, one of Sonoma County’s top destinations and home to some of the region’s highest-scoring wines, is certified by the California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance (CSWA). According to CSWA, being a sustainable winegrower and winemaker means the vineyard and winery produce high quality grapes and wine, protect the environment and enhance the communities in which they live and work by implementing sustainable winegrowing practices that are environmentally sound, socially equitable and economically viable. “This is a great achievement for our company and for me personally,” said winemaker and founder Steve Ledson. “Making world-class wines while protecting the environment and being a good neighbor and employer helps safeguard the longevity of our family business for future generations.”
About Ledson Winery & Vineyards
Steve Ledson’s family has been farming in Sonoma County since 1868. Based in Kenwood, Ledson Winery & Vineyards produces more than 70 different wines annually, representing the most diverse ultra-premium wine portfolio of any family-owned winery in the United States. At upwards of 20 different varietals and blends, from as many as 20 appellations, ranging in price from $18 to $250, there is a Ledson wine for every palate and every pocketbook. Ledson is known for showcasing absolutely some of the best that Sonoma County has to offer. Most recently, 14 of Ledson’s wines have scored between 95 and 99 points; three of them have achieved recognition as ‘Wine of the Year’ at prestigious international wine competitions. “The Ledson Winery has been spitting out wines of such irresistible charm that they may have eclipsed the Castle as the Ledson winery draw,” wine critic Robert Whitley enthused.
Learn more at our website: www.ledson.com