Ledson Videos

“This castle is a must-see.” –Bella English, The Boston Globe

The Ledson Castle

This video with background music shows the magnificent inside and out of the architectural showpiece known throughout the world as the ‘Castle’ and its surrounding picturesque vineyards and majestic oak grove at the foot of the Mayacamas Mountains. There is no talking and there are no subtitles.

The Building of the Castle

In this video, Steve Ledson tells the story about building the Castle. Find out about how it all started, what Steve’s winemaking philosophy is, what we offer at the winery, how our wine clubs work and what the purpose of Ledson’s Harmony Foundation for Children is. The YouTube video version has sub titles.

Barrel Tasting Event

Wine club members enjoyed a spectacular evening at the Ledson’s Barrel Tasting event at the Castle. They tasted impeccable wines straight out from the barrel that were paired with tantalizing gourmet hors d’oeuvres while mingling with friends and loved ones. The YouTube video version has subtitles.

Spring Release Event

Once a year we invite our wine club members to a Spring Release at Ledson Winery & Vineyards in the heart of Sonoma Wine Country. We unveil our spring wine releases and share the first taste with them. At this event in April, we enjoyed the 1950s, one of the most fun exciting times in history. Our guests strolled throughout the Castle tasting incredible wines, nibbling on mouth-watering appetizers, mingling with friends and chatting with our winemaking team while listening to classic hits from the 50s. Everybody had a rocking good time. The YouTube video version has subtitles.

Harmony Foundation for Children

The Harmony Foundation for Children exists to break down the barriers between need and assistance by providing direct financial support to at-risk or in-need youth whose record of personal responsibility, dedication and achievement is imperiled by circumstances or events beyond their control. In particular, the Harmony Foundation for Children works to enhance philanthropy and strengthen our sense of community by providing help to those underprivileged children whose own families cannot. The YouTube video version has subtitles.

Zina Hyde Cunningham Winery

The long, rich Cunningham Family history started in Mendocino County in 1865 where Zina Hyde Cunningham brought his vision of producing the very best wines from his winery and vineyards. Today, you can still enjoy this legacy by visiting Zina Hyde Cunningham Winery’s tasting room at the Ledson Hotel in Sonoma. The YouTube video version has subtitles.

Ledson Construction & Development

Steve Ledson, a long-time resident of Sonoma with roots dating back to the 1800, purchased the famous 35-acre Armstrong property in 1986. It is located on the historic eastside of Sonoma just blocks from Sonoma’s historic central plaza. Steve developed the land into 53 lots and restored the Armstrong mansion. Each home, designed and built by Steve Ledson, offers a quaint setting in a classic era reflecting the character of the old town of Sonoma and so many other historic towns in America. Utilizing the feel of the architecture found throughout Sonoma, Steve designed and built a stunning array of architecturally different homes. Each home is set back from the street as well as one another. By capitalizing on these techniques, Steve created an extraordinary, peaceful, and private neighborhood with picturesque open spaces and visually charming estate homes. The YouTube video version has subtitles.

The Ledson Hotel

The Ledson Hotel located on the Historic Sonoma Plaza invites guests to step back in time to a grander era. Meticulously designed and built by fifth generation Sonoma farmer and winemaker, Steve Ledson, this luxury hotel with its six individually decorated guestrooms plays host to those who shape our world. Antique grandeur and modern amenities combine with subtlety, efficient and personalized service, making this unique Ledson Hotel one of the most distinguished addresses in California. The YouTube video version has subtitles.