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A visit to Iron Horse at their charmingly rustic estate perched atop a hill in the Green Valley AVA with views of rolling vineyards for days, lined with palm trees and effortlessly relaxed Sonoma County vibes, is one of those must-stop destinations that any sound-minded, wine-loving local will tell you to visit. But for those of us who can’t make it to the bucolic countryside, a glass of their Classic Vintage Brut will surely transport you to a mesmerizingly euphoric state of mind where all your problems seem to melt away in a mere instant.

This is Iron Horse’s flagship sparkling, crafted in the Méthode Traditionnelle, offering a mousse, finesse and quality that rings classically produced Champagne, but with flavors that are unmistakably from this small AVA located in the Russian River Valley. Full with notes of orange marmalade, baked apples, pear and lemon zest with flaky brioche, hazelnuts and a hint of spice.

Sparkling enthusiasts will want to get their hands on a few bottles of this, while it lasts!


Full with notes of orange marmalade, baked apples, pear and lemon zest with flaky brioche, hazelnuts and a hint of spice.


Iron Horse is one of Sonoma County's most beautiful, small, independent, estate, family-owned wineries.It is located in cool, foggy Green Valley. The founding partners, Audrey and Barry Sterling first saw it in the pouring rain in February, 1976. Driving down Ross Station Road, they were sure they were lost until they crested the knoll and viewed 300 acres of gentle rolling hills, that looked like Camelot. Incurable romantics, with extraordinary vision, they bought the property in just two weeks.

A pioneer in the Green Valley appellation within the Russian River Valley of Sonoma County, the Iron Horse family is building a legacy of prestige sparkling wines and estate bottled Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.

Iron Horse is renowned for its Sparkling Wines, which have been served at the White House for six consecutive Presidential Administrations, beginning with the historic Reagan-Gorbachev Summit Meetings ending the Cold War.

Other historic occasions include:

- The White House Millennium celebrations New Year’s Eve 1999, ushering in the new century
- The 2011 State Dinner honoring the Queen of England at the Ambassador’s Residence, Winfield House, in London
- The dinner President Obama hosted for the President of China in Southern California in June 2013 and the State Department lunch for President Xi September 2015.
- The White House has served Iron Horse Rainbow Cuvee at its annual LGBT events in June 2014, 2015 and 2016.

The winery produces a limited production, vintage Blanc de Blancs, called Ocean Reserve, in partnership with National Geographic. The winery contributes $4 for each bottle sold to establish Marine Protected Areas and reduce over fishing around the globe.