Deep Sonoma County Roots
In 1876, Henry Rued left his home in Switzerland and traveled to Northern California where he would take up employment planting grapes for the Beringer Brothers in Napa Valley. Though a new country for Henry, it was not a new line of work. The Rueds were a grape growing family in Switzerland. And it wasn’t too long before Henry Rued planted his own grapes. In 1882 he put down his family’s roots, as well as grapevines, in Sonoma County.
Six generations and more than 125 years later, the Rued family continues to farm land throughout Sonoma county, cultivating wine grapes at their Home Estate in Dry Creek Valley as well as farming substantial tracks of land in Russian River Valley and Alexander Valley. And of course, they now produce handcrafted, small batch wines under their own label—they are the wines that define a family whose roots extend deep into Sonoma County history.
Winemaking Team: Steve and Sonia Rued
3850 Dry Creek Road
Healdsburg, CA 95448
Phone: (707) 433-3261
Winery Location Region: Northern Sonoma
Has a Wine Club: Yes
* Join the Rued Wine Club!
Enjoy automatic shipments of small production wines from our estate vineyards in Dry Creek Valley and Russian River Valley.
Benefits of Membership in our Wine Club.
No fee to join.
Complimentary tasting for up to four.
First access to new releases and limited release wines.
Invitations to exclusive Wine Club only food and wine events.
Discounts on wine and merchandise, including special discounts on day of enrollment and club releases.
Special birthday offers.
Option to customize shipments when joining our Longhorn or Lone Star clubs.