A small but growing group of winemakers are determined to elevate the canned wine industry by producing quality wines that are delicious, convenient and not too serious.
The Sonoma County Wine Library doesn’t serve wine. But don’t let that stop you from a detour to this fascinating archive of wine history.
Medieval fortresses and parterre gardens, swimming pools and outdoor art galleries, riding horses and trolleys — there’s plenty of reason to venture outside the tasting room in Wine Country.
Here are Sonoma County's most exciting tasting room debuts in 2021, all of them highly recommended for ringing in 2022.
One of the most interesting versions of hot mulled wine is Swedish "glögg." Now you can taste it in Sonoma County and pair it with traditional Swedish holiday foods and sweet treats.
A white pinot noir? Yes, you read that right, and you can taste it right now at this winery in Sonoma.
Would you like a taste of the good life? Visit these local celebrity wineries and sip on their wines. Newcomers include the Bella twins.
Around 20 Sonoma County wineries are digging into their wine libraries and pouring older wines on March 6 and 7, along with their current releases.
These local wineries are producing liquid gold, which can be delivered straight to your doorstep or sampled in a tasting room.
Planning on celebrating love with a bottle of red and your favorite dark chocolate? You may want to reconsider.