THE NEXT GENERATION OF RUSSIAN RIVER VALLEY WINES

Hook & Ladder Winery continues the legacy of one of Russian River Valley’s most influential wine families. Founded in 2003 by pioneering growers and vintners Cecil and Christine De Loach, and helmed today by their grandson, winemaker Jason De Loach, Hook & Ladder showcases the diversity of the appellation the family helped to define, in a portfolio of limited-production bottling’s from their Russian River Valley estate vineyards.

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YOUR MEMBERSHIP GIVES BACK

Join the Hook & Ladder Wine Club and experience the many benefits our Wine Club members enjoy. Being a part of our Wine Club at Hook & Ladder is being a part of our family. We extend our intimate relationship with the land, our wines, and community to you.

FIRST RESPONDERS CLUB

This club is near and dear to us at Hook & Ladder. The Hook & Ladder Winery First Responders Club is dedicated to all things First Responder. A portion of all 4 scheduled club releases go to foundations and associations promoting the well-being of First Responders and/or their families.

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DALMATION CLUB

This club is for all of the animal lovers out there! When you join the Hook & Ladder Winery Dalmatian Club a portion of all 4 scheduled club releases go to foundations and associations promoting the well-being of animals.

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ACADEMY CLUB

We all heard the same thing growing up “you have to get a good education.” Joining the Hook & Ladder Winery Academy Club means a portion of all 4 scheduled club releases go to foundations and associations promoting the well-being of teachers, students, and the greater educational landscape.

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GROWERS FIRST

In 1970, San Francisco firefighter Cecil De Loach, and his wife Christine, purchased the prized Barbieri Ranch in Russian River Valley’s coveted Olivet Road district. Both came armed with advanced degrees in anthropology but no background in farming or grape growing. That said, they had long dreamt of finding land their family could own and work together. For his part, Louis Barbieri, whose father Itilo planted the vineyard in 1905, was gratified to pass the vineyard on to a family committed to honoring its past, and stewarding its future.