Several Sonoma County wineries exude an Italian vibe that will remind visitors of Tuscany, without the plane flight.
Add these tasting rooms to your list of places to visit this holiday season.
Flying mostly under radar, these local wineries are making micro-amounts of wine that is mighty good.
These local wineries are winter-ready with tents, canopies, space heaters, and plush blankets.
Just in time for the holidays: the top 100 wines made in Sonoma County.
These wineries are making big moves to do the right thing for the land, vines, wines, employees and neighbors.
This itinerary isn’t for golfers, surfers, hikers or bicyclists, but rather for wine lovers craving a relaxing, don’t-break-a-sweat day.
Judy Jordan combines passion for wine and female mentorship in her recently-launched nonprofit.
Visit these local wineries in person, or via video, to get a sense of the harvest season.
Meet three Latinas who have achieved success in an industry that can often feel like a white man's world.