Hallberg Ranch pinot noir woos top Sonoma County winemakers

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For winemakers who want coveted pinot noir grapes from Hallberg Ranch, there’s a long waiting list.

By the time Brice Cutrer Jones purchased Hallberg Ranch in 1999, he’d been eyeing the historic Sebastopol property for nearly a decade.

Back then, the 115-acre parcel was planted to apples, which the Hallberg family had grown in Sonoma County since 1886. But Jones, who founded Sonoma-Cutrer winery in 1973, suspected the land held great promise for growing pinot noir grapes.

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