Sangiacomo Vineyard

Sonoma Coast, Petaluma Gap

Sangiacomo Vineyard

Sonoma Coast, Petaluma Gap

Sangiacomo Vineyard on Roberts Road near Cotati has been Sojourn’s flagship Pinot noir vineyard since 2004. This exceptional site was developed in an old creekbed at the western base of Sonoma Mountain. In summer and fall, cool air and fog from the Pacific Ocean get trapped here, allowing for uncommonly long hangtimes without sacrificing acidity and balance. The vineyard’s distinctive climate, well-drained soils, and clonal diversity– including Pommard, Swan, and Dijon clones 115 and 777–combine to create an extraordinary site for growing world-class Pinot noir and Chardonnay. We feel very grateful to the Sangiacomo Family for their longstanding commitment to realizing the potential of this special vineyard.

At a Glance

Pinot Noir

Clones: 115, 777, Swan, Pommard
Rootstock: 101-14
Planted: 1998
Soil Type: Alluvial Clay Loam and River Rock

Chardonnay

Clones: 95 & Old Wente
Rootstock: 101-14
Planted: 1998
Soil Type: Alluvial Clay Loam and River Rock