Sonoma-Cutrer is a wine collection from California's Sonoma Coast region that is known for its distinctive Chardonnay and Pinot Noir wines. The collection takes its name from a combination of the Sonoma Valley and Cutrer vineyards, which were merged to form the winery in 1973. The winery produces a range of varietals, but is particularly known for its Chardonnays, which are barrel-aged to create a rich, creamy mouthfeel and a complex flavor profile that includes notes of tropical fruit, vanilla, and buttery oak. The Pinot Noir wines are also highly regarded, with a lighter body and flavors of cherry, raspberry, and spice. The winery focuses on sustainable farming practices and minimal intervention in the winemaking process to produce wines that reflect the unique character of the Sonoma Coast region.