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?
Tour a sculpture garden, be entertained by an actor, meet winemakers and more while sipping wine at home.
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.
Local winemakers have been doing what they can to support their restaurant colleagues, while suffering hardships themselves.
Here are seven tasting rooms pouring excellent cabernet sauvignons and blends, all of them a 10-mile drive (or less) from downtown Healdsburg.
Did you make a New Year’s resolution to visit more tasting rooms in 2020? Here’s a selection throughout the county to get you started.
The grenache grape, responsible for some of the most delicious and expensive wines in the world, is an emerging darling on the local wine scene.
Guest pruners and their teachers will form teams to race through the vineyard rows and celebrate with wine, pulled pork tacos, mariachi music, and a huge bonfire.