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20 Sonoma Wineries and Tasting Rooms Open After 5 p.m.

Most Sonoma County wineries close at 5 p.m. Here's a list for those of you who find that a little alarming.

Elsewhere in the world, people say, “It’s 5 o’clock somewhere,” when they imbibe during the day. In wine country, where most tasting rooms close at or before 5 p.m, it can sometimes feel as if day-drinking is the only option! Scattered throughout Sonoma County, there are a handful of spots where you can taste wine into the evening, but finding them takes a bit of research. We’ve rounded up 21 tasting rooms and wine bars offering wine tastings until at least 6 p.m. Click through the gallery for details. 

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