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Bricoleur Vineyards opened in the Sonoma County town of Windsor, just south of Healdsburg, in 2020 and in a short time has earned recognition for their Perfect Pairings. They were featured on The TODAY Show, and have been honored by USA Today as one of the 10 Best New Wineries in the country.

Bricoleur Vineyards’ seasonally driven six-course Rooted pairing, three-course Soaring pairing, and Atelier Bricoleur are all pairings that guests never imagined. They’re crafted by Bricoleur Vineyards’ award-winning chefs, winemakers, and gardeners and they’re constantly evolving to reflect the seasonality of the estate’s internationally acclaimed, sustainably farmed culinary gardens.


After working in digital commerce for Tory Burch and Theory for almost six years in New York, Sarah returned to her wine country roots to co-found Bricoleur Vineyards with her parents. Sarah carries on in the tradition of her great-great-grandfather, Pietro Carlo Rossi, who revolutionized California winemaking in the 19th century as the original oenologist for Sonoma’s Italian Swiss Colony. Sarah’s background in the fashion industry has informed her insightful decision-making, creativity, and leadership at Bricoleur Vineyards. She has seamlessly led all facets of the tasting room, culinary program, hospitality, special events, and imaginative offerings at Bricoleur Vineyards.

Sarah Hanson Citron is the estate’s energetic, creative, hands-on COO and leads many aspects of Bricoleur’s business and the winery’s inventive offerings. Sarah has a passion for wine and food and is thrilled to be partnering with her parents as they build their family business together.

Sarah has also become an advocate for cancer research. She was diagnosed with Stage 3 breast cancer last year at the age of 32, and has established Bricoleur Vineyards’ Sip with Purpose campaign which raises money for cancer research funded by the V Foundation. The winery’s critically acclaimed Isla Rose Brut Rosé is named after Sarah’s daughter, Isla Rose Citron.

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We are Sonoma County Through and Through

For many generations, our family has worked in both the Italian and American wine industries. Most notably, Beth Wall Hanson’s great grandfather, Pietro Carlo Rossi, was the original oenologist at Sonoma County’s historic Italian Swiss Colony. Trained as a chemist in Piemonte, Italy, Rossi revolutionized California winemaking in the 19th century and was recognized in France for the quality of his Zinfandel and sparkling wine.

Under Rossi’s direction, the Italian Swiss Colony became one of America’s leading wineries. Succeeding generations of the Rossi family carried on the family legacy, and many members of Beth’s extended family continue to work in California wine. That now includes members of the Hanson family, who are proud to be collaborating to make Bricoleur Vineyards the next great Russian River Valley estate.


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