Radio-Coteau

Established in 2002 by winegrower and proprietor Eric Sussman, Radio-Coteau works closely with select cool-climate coastal vineyard sites in Western Sonoma County and Anderson Valley to produce wines with vibrant, balanced fruit and a distinct sense of place. Focus is on detailed and sustainable viticulture in conjunction with a natural, non-interventionist approach in the cellar to more accurately reflect the unique character of each site and season. The winery is situated in Sebastopol, and the estate vineyard is located in the hills above Occidental.

Wine Appellation
La Neblina, Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast
Las Colinas, Syrah Sonoma Coast
Available in: Maine
Grown: California, United States
Sonoma
Heading north from San Francisco, you will soon be surrounded by Sonoma wineries and vineyards. Sonoma County stretches from the Pacific Coast in the west to the Mayacamas Mountains in the east and is home to almost 60,000 acres of vineyards and more than 370 wineries. Viticulturally, Sonoma County is divided into three distinct sections: Sonoma Valley, Northern Sonoma and Sonoma Coast. Within each of these AVAs are sub-AVAs, all with have their own distinct mesoclimate. The grape varieties used in Sonoma County barely deviates from that used throughout California. Chardonnay takes the lead as the most planted white variety and Cabernet Sauvignon donimants the red. Sonoma County is California's largest producers of wine grapes. Russian River Valley AVA is one of California’s most prestigious wine regions.