ZD Wines All in the Family for 50 Years (VIDEO)
Zero Defects for Decades in California Wine Country
In 1969, Norman and Rosa Lee deLeuze founded ZD Wines, 50 years later the family run winery is still going strong.
Much loved by locals and probably most well-known for its Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon.
Fun Fact: ZD Wines was the first to put the word “Carneros” on a bottle of Pinot Noir.
The family is rooted in California wine country and has always been dedicated to making world class wines from certified organic vineyards and giving back to the community it calls home.
In this episode of Wine Oh TV, Monique Soltani heads to ZD Wines in Rutherford, we get a look back at the deLeuze family’s legacy, taste Cabernet grapes straight from the vine, savor the 2016 Carneros Pinot Noir, and say cheers to 50 years with the family’s first-ever sparkling wine!
ZD Wines Renovation
Summer 2018 – Spring 2019
ZD recently finished the renovation of their Vineyard View Tasting Room at their Rutherford winery.
The ZD Reception Lounge is the next renovation phase and will include a 14-foot glass door designed in Portugal that will encase an entirely new private experience area.
The renovated Vineyard View Room and Deck opened in September 2018 The renovated Reception Lounge will open in spring of 2019