Summer continues to bring out the best in Sonoma County tasting rooms, with activities like grape stomps, special dinners, and barbecues.
Summer is officially here. What could be a better excuse to open a bottle of rosé?
Finding the best Sonoma County wineries on Yelp is not as easy as it may seem. We compared quantity and quality of all reviews and put together the ultimate list.
Most Sonoma County wineries close at 5 p.m. Here's a list for those of you who find that a little alarming.
There's a lot of great rosé in Sonoma County. Here are a few favorites from Healdsburg and Geyserville.
We found some fabulous bottles in the sea of cheap wine at Trader Joe's.
Bubbleheads, behold our guide to Sonoma and Napa wineries that specialize in sparkling - and what bubbles you shouldn't miss when you visit.
Treat your guests to some Wine Country fun by visiting one of these wineries open on Thanksgiving.
Wine-lovers rejoice! Bergamot Alley is back - in the form of a wine club and travel company.
Sideways may have given merlot a bad rap, but the wine has bounced back. In Wine Country, it's on the up and up.