From Fiestas to Tequila Trains: 9 Ways to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Sonoma and Napa

The first commemoration of Cinco de Mayo took place in California in 1863, one year after a stunning Mexican victory over a much larger invading French army at the Battle of Puebla. 155 years later, Cinco de Mayo continues to be a cause for celebration — and Wine Country serves up a variety of opportunities to enjoy the day, with food, fun and, of course, margaritascerveza and vinoCheck out the gallery above for nine seriously cinco events in Sonoma and Napa, 2018. 


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