De Loach Vineyards
|Location||Santa Rosa, California, USA|
|Appellation||Russian River Valley AVA|
|Key people||Jean-Charles Boisset, Proprietor; Brian Maloney, Director of Winemaking; Eric Pooler, Winegrower; Lisa Heisinger, VP Operations|
|Parent company||Boisset Family Estates|
|Known for||O.F.S. Pinot Noir|
|Varietals||Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Zinfandel|
|Tasting||Open seven days a week from 10 AM - 5 PM. Tours by appointmnet. Tours & unique experiences by appointment.|
The winery ran into financial difficulties in late 2001 due to over-expansion and poor market conditions. The winery's peak production was 250,000 cases. In May 2003, De Loach Vineyards filed bankruptcy. The Boisset family of Burgundy, France purchased De Loach in November 2003. In 2005 Cecil and Christine De Loach started a new winery, Hook & Ladder. In May 2005, Joe Anderson and Mary Dewane purchased Hartman Lane Vineyards and Winery, an 18-acre property and winery facility in the Russian River Valley AVA from Cecil De Loach, to start Benovia Winery.
- Deloach Vineyards - About Us
- DeLoach Vineyards Under New Management, Wines & Vines
- De Loach Vineyards Files Bankruptcy
- Latest News @ Boisset Family Estates
- Norberg, Bob (December 28, 2004). "DeLoach winery rises from the ashes". The Press Democrat. Retrieved 5 August 2011.
- Penn, Cyril (May 12, 2006). "Americans Drink More, Costlier Wine". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved 31 July 2011.
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