These innovative and adventurous wine tasting experiences offer a little something extra to guests.
Make no mistake: We love our grapes. But area winery folks also apply their green thumbs to growing a whole lot more.
Enjoy a stroll in these carefully landscaped gardens, full of roses, tulips, daffodils and other beautiful plants.
These unusual-suspect wineries are leaving tradition behind in the pursuit of more diverse and delicious sparkling wines.
These three routes offer eye-catching spring colors and plenty of refreshment stations — tasting rooms — to make a tour even more enjoyable.
Pair your wine with a photo op.
Around 20 Sonoma County wineries are digging into their wine libraries and pouring older wines on March 6 and 7, along with their current releases.
A Windsor winery is serving up pasta and pizza paired with wine to go Thursday through Monday.
These local wineries are producing liquid gold, which can be delivered straight to your doorstep or sampled in a tasting room.
Sunny days are coming. Here's where to sip wine outdoors.
Planning on celebrating love with a bottle of red and your favorite dark chocolate? You may want to reconsider.