Stomping Girl Wines, a husband and wife owned winery based in Sebastopol, CA, with an urban outpost in Berkeley, CA, is built upon a family tradition of winemaking that goes back three generations. Kathryn and Uzi Cohen have owned and operated Stomping Girl Wines since 2008, sourcing grapes from top vineyard sites in the Russian River Valley, Carneros, and Sonoma Coast. The Cohens are dedicated to crafting superb Pinot Noir and Chardonnay using traditional, minimalist techniques influenced by many trips to Burgundy.
Inspired by Uzi’s grandmother, who began the family tradition of making wine, Kathryn and Uzi founded Stomping Girl Wines in 2008 in Berkeley, CA and produced 100 cases. In 2009 and 2010, Stomping Girl Wines production grew to just under 500 cases and in 2011 Stomping Girl Wines moved to Sebastopol, CA, where the Cohens produce close to 1,000 cases of wine a year.
Today, Stomping Girl produces wine from small, family-owned vineyards practicing sustainable and/or organic farming methods, including the renowned Hyde Vineyards, Beresini Vineyard in Carneros and Lauterbach Hill Vineyard in the Russian River Valley