US: Silver Oak Cellars acquires Sausal Vineyard and Winery
Silver Oak Cellars has announced it has acquired Sausal Vineyard and Winery for an undisclosed sum.
The California-based winery, which only produces Cabernet Sauvignon, said yesterday (15 August) it has purchased Sausal, also in California, calling it "Alexander Valley's oldest and most admired boutique wineries and vineyard sites".
David Duncan, Silver Oak's president & CEO, said the vineyards offer "unique viticultural conditions".
"The Sausal Vineyard site presents us with an excellent opportunity to grow Cabernet Sauvignon with a variety of soils and conditions not previously available to us in the production of our Alexander Valley Cabernet," he added.
"We are excited to see what other opportunities it will afford us in the future."
Silver Oak Cellars, co-founded in 1972 by Raymond Duncan and Justin Meyer, makes Cabernet Sauvignon at two separate facilities. Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon is prioduced at its winery in Oakville, California and Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon is made in Geyserville, California.
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