Latino-owned Ceja Vineyards opens wine tasting salon in Sonoma
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Screenshot, Ceja Vineyards Web site (www.cejavineyards.com).

 

Ceja Vineyards has opened a new wine tasting salon in Sonoma and will be hosting a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, December 12, 2014, from 4pm – 6pm. It’s located at its sister Carneros Brewing Company’s site on Highways 12/121.

Ceja Vineyards
22989 Burndale Road
Sonoma, CA 95476
707-931-6978
Open Wed – Sun • 11am – 5pm

“Our new tasting salon’s location is idea! It’s right on the highway between Napa and Sonoma with lovely expansive views of the surrounding Carneros countryside,” says Sales & Marketing Director Dalia Ceja. “It’s comfy and cozy inside and has a private outdoor sitting area perfect for picnics,” adds Ceja.

“We’re looking forward to increasing our presence in Sonoma County and to welcoming locals and visitors alike to enjoy our stellar Ceja Vineyards wines and our legendary hospitality,” says Ceja Vineyards President Amelia Morán Ceja. “Our home is your home. Nuestra casa es su casa,” adds Ceja.

Ceja Vineyards is a Latino family-owned winery in the Napa and Sonoma Valleys. It was founded in 1999 by Amelia, Pedro, Armando and Martha Ceja – first generation Mexican-American immigrants. Their dedication to sustainable agriculture and the gentle handling of the grapes in the cellar can be tasted in every sip of their estate grown Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Dulce Beso late harvest wine.