Cathy Corison, a distinguished winemaker based in Napa Valley, California, has been recognized as one of the industry’s most exceptional talents. In 2011, her outstanding contributions to the world of winemaking were acknowledged when she was named “Winemaker of the Year” by the esteemed San Francisco Chronicle.
Cathy Corison’s journey in winemaking began with a deep-rooted passion for crafting wines that truly reflected the unique terroir of Napa Valley. She established her eponymous winery, Corison Winery, in 1987, with a steadfast commitment to producing exceptional, age-worthy Cabernet Sauvignon. With meticulous attention to detail and an unwavering pursuit of excellence, Corison has become synonymous with crafting wines of exceptional quality and finesse.
The San Francisco Chronicle, a respected authority in the world of wine, bestowed the coveted title of “Winemaker of the Year” upon Cathy Corison in 2011. This prestigious accolade recognized her remarkable skill, innovative techniques, and her unwavering commitment to producing wines that exemplify the unique characteristics of the region.
Corison’s winemaking philosophy is deeply rooted in her respect for the land and the belief that great wines are made in the vineyard. Her commitment to sustainable farming practices and hands-on vineyard management is evident in every bottle she produces. With her skilled craftsmanship and an unwavering dedication to quality, Cathy Corison continues to create wines that captivate palates and stand the test of time.