Dear Beloved Renwood Winery Members and Guests,

First, we would like to start off with thanking everyone for all of your amazing support throughout the years. Thank you!

With that being said, the Renwood Winery facility and property in Plymouth, Ca was officially sold to Rombauer Vineyards. Renwood Winery Tasting Room and Wine Club closes on March 2, 2019. For our members, I will send you separate emails in regards to your upcoming February wine-club release, any previous pending pick ups and the cancellation of your memberships. Renwood will continue to make the California Zin, Premier Old Vine Zin, the Cleaver Red Blend and the Fiddletown Zin, which will be made available at stores, retailers and restaurants.

Rombauer Vineyards is very excited to meet our crew, guests and neighbors We have the utmost respect for their team and operation. We have no doubt they will become an integral and nurturing part of the Amador community and wine region. I know there will be a lot of questions. I will answer everything I can as well as put you in contact with the Rombauer folks if needed. My door is wide open and I welcome all questions and concerns.

Our team is going to be laser focused on wrapping up this brand and continue to be warm and gracious up to the very end. This tasting room and winery staff has been remarkable. We are going to take this opportunity to have as much fun as possible and enjoy these last days together. We have made some killer wine and created something truly special here that we all should be proud of.

Lastly, we will be having amazing close out sales on the wine. Many of the wines we will be discounting have scored 90+ pts and above. Please visit us or call us to place an order.

We sincerely thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all of the support everyone has showed our staff and winery. We raise our glasses to Rombauer and wholeheartedly welcome them to the Sierra Foothills!‚Äč

Jennifer L. Hunt
Director of Hospitality & DTC Operations
Renwood Winery
winery office: (209) 245-6979 ext. 217