Six Seriously Cinco Events in Sonoma and Napa

The first commemoration of Cinco de Mayo took place in California in 1863, one year after a stunning Mexican victory over a much larger invading French army at the Battle of Puebla. 157 years later, Cinco de Mayo continues to be a cause for celebration — and Wine Country offers a variety of opportunities to enjoy the day, with food, fun and, of course, margaritas, cerveza and vino. Check out the gallery above for six ways to celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Sonoma and Napa. 

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People toast with sparkling wine at Robledo Family Winery in Sonoma, California
6 Mexican-American Wines to Check Out from Sonoma and Napa

Mexican-Americans have made remarkable contributions to the Sonoma and Napa wine industry.

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