Many wineries release new vintages in spring, so it’s a great time to visit one of these local spots.
Add these tasting rooms to your list of places to visit this holiday season.
These wineries are making big moves to do the right thing for the land, vines, wines, employees and neighbors.
Quench your thirst during warm and smoky summer days with these light sparkling or fruity wines.
Pairing wide-open outdoor spaces with destination-worthy meals, it’s a win-win for both struggling industries.
With indoor tastings once again prohibited, we’re back to sipping wine outdoors. But what if you want to avoid the summer sun and heat? We've got you covered.
Sonoma Magazine contributor Jess Lander tried a dozen virtual wine tastings and found a favorite. Here's what happened.
Wineries are now allowed to open for outdoor tasting experiences with food. Here's what to expect and a few favorites to visit.
How about some pizza and pinot or ice cream and rosé?
Wine lovers yearn for the old days — as in two months ago — when tasting rooms were open, events were still on, and you could enjoy a glass of wine in a restaurant.