This achievement compliments the company’s previous ISO 22000 certification received in 2010 for their facility in American Canyon, California. Both ISO certifications require well-defined and documented Quality Management Systems, and include Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) food safety programs which qualify facilities to handle imported bulk wine.
“Our investment in the ISO management system instills a culture of quality without stifling innovation,”
Sonoma Wine Company is a full-service crush-to-bottle contract winery partnering with California wine producers to crush, ferment, barrel, bottle and warehouse wine programs of all sizes. With five modern facilities located in both Sonoma and Napa counties, the company can accommodate any size program. With superior customer service and a wide array of state of the art equipment, over two million gallons of stainless cooperage, and four modern bottling lines, the facilities can tailor services and highly experienced staff to match client’s programs so that clients can spend time connecting with distributors, building a customer base, and growing brands. The attainment of ISO 22000 and ISO 9001 certification also allows Sonoma Wine Company the ability to store and bottle bulk-imported wines. The winery’s sustainability program is notable for innovations in water and energy efficiency and as a result, the winery has been singled out for numerous awards. Sonoma Wine Company is certified by the California Sustainable Wine Growing Alliance with the Certified California Sustainable Winegrowing (CCSW) certification.
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