MAY 13-16, 2021


Wine + Design Lunch

Saturday, May 16, 2020
12:30 PM – 3:00 PM


Nestled along meandering wine country roads, tucked behind ornate private gateways, Sonoma Valley is home to many exclusive estates that are as spectacular as they are secluded. Ledson Family Ranch (C.C. Ranch) dates back to the early 1900’s. A picturesque and simple setting located in the heart of Kenwood’s valley, the ranch symbolizes a badge of rich family history and is decorated with some classics; a 170-year-old gas station, a 1929 Model A flatbed truck, a 1957 Studebaker Flatbed and many Ford tractors dating back to the 1930’s to name a few. Adorned with a large collection of classic cars and tractors curated by the Ledson men, the Carriage House is much more than a museum of cars, it is where the Ledson family is reminded of so many great times growing up and working on the ranch. Steve Ledson invites Signature Sonoma Valley guests to step foot on his families’ ranch that has never been opened to the public before, a legacy dating back to 1862.

FEATURING WINES FROM: Ledson Winery & Vineyards and Mountain Terraces Vineyards

The Setting

Ledson is one of the oldest family names in Sonoma Valley, a legacy dating back to 1862. Steve Noble Ledson, a fifth generation Winemaker and Viticulturist; inherited a long legacy of farming traits passed down from his father, Noble; grandfather, Barker; great grandfather and great-great grandfather. The C.C. Ranch was named after Penn Rich, a brother-in-law who managed the family ranch until 2009, personally discing, pruning and farming the walnut orchard that was planted on the property until he died just four days shy of turning 98.


Ledson Winery & Vineyards

Proprietor & Winemaker