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It looks like Sonoma Valley is about to get a new wine brand. Dos Piedras Wines, owned and operated by Jennifer Shelton and Lauren Cadwallader, is hoping to pop its first corks by Memorial Day.
The brand’s name comes from a geological formation in Sonoma County, where two large rocks once served as a marker for an ancient trail that extended from the Pacific Ocean to the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Today, the surrounding area is ripe with farms and ranches, including the vineyard where Dos Piedras harvests the grapes for its organic wines.
According to Cadwallader, Dos Piedras is committed to “regenerative agriculture,” a practice that focuses on the creation and maintenance of healthy, carbon-absorbing soil. All of their wines are organically farmed, and Cadwallader, Shelton, and their partners work tirelessly to ensure the happiness and health of both their customers and the land.
Dos Piedras plans to release its signature Rosé in May, followed by a Zinfandel and a Grenache later this fall. Come summer, you should be able to order a glass or bottle at The Block in Petaluma, or join the Dos Piedras mailing list to have their wine delivered to your door.