Without their own winemaking facilities, tasting rooms and marketing budgets, micro-winery brands have to work hard to sell their wines in these extraordinarily unusual times.
Flying mostly under radar, these local wineries are making micro-amounts of wine that is mighty good.
With tasting rooms closed and special events for wine club members canceled, the “little guys” are struggling. Wine lovers can help.
These Sonoma County wineries may be small, but they put a tremendous amount of talent, effort and love into each bottle.