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19 Best Sonoma Wineries to Visit This Spring

Celebrate spring with some wine tasting.

Bud break is in full swing in the vineyards, and the days are growing longer. In some tasting rooms, the coming of spring ushers in barrel sampling and new releases. Special annual events include the Wine Road Barrel Tasting (March 2-4 and 9-11) and the Savor Sonoma Valley barrel tasting on March 17-18, focusing on wineries in Glen Ellen and Kenwood. Signature Sonoma Valley, an “immersive” wine experience sponsored by the Sonoma Valley Vintners & Growers Alliance, is set for April 6-8. Closing out that month is Passport to Dry Creek Valley (April 28-29), which showcases wine, food and fun at more than 40 wineries. Click through the gallery above for tasting rooms to visit right now. Call or check their websites for the latest information.

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