Without their own winemaking facilities, tasting rooms and marketing budgets, micro-winery brands have to work hard to sell their wines in these extraordinarily unusual times.
Being a club member comes with all sorts of perks, like getting the good stuff delivered to your doorstep. It's also an opportunity to support small, family-owned businesses.
When it comes to producing world-class cabernet sauvignon, Sonoma County has long played second fiddle to Napa. An Alexander Valley winery owner is looking to turn the tables.
As tasting rooms closed and wineries were tested by the pandemic, wineries have had to adapt and overcome. One change that's sticking? Virtual tastings.
2020 has changed a lot about how we eat in Sonoma County. What changes will stick and which will go away in the new year?
Half-bottles are the perfect size for sharing and for sampling multiple wines. They also make for great stocking stuffers and can be added to gift baskets.
Hearty comfort food for the whole family is now available via pickup and delivery.
The kits contain everything you need to mix delicious drinks at home. They also make for great gifts!
Many survived by pivoting to outdoor service, some debuted, while others shut amid the pandemic.
Several Sonoma County wineries exude an Italian vibe that will remind visitors of Tuscany, without the plane flight.
The wild and mystical winter forests of northern Japan are coming to Sonoma County this holiday season.