Trying to cut down on spending? That doesn't have to mean you can't go wine tasting.
Pair your favorite things — vino and Fido — at these wineries.
Make no mistake: We love our grapes. But area winery folks also apply their green thumbs to growing a whole lot more.
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.
Sonoma County is joining in on the fun by photoshopping the bundled up U.S. senator into all kinds of local scenes.
As tasting rooms closed and wineries were tested by the pandemic, wineries have had to adapt and overcome. One change that's sticking? Virtual tastings.
Several Sonoma County wineries exude an Italian vibe that will remind visitors of Tuscany, without the plane flight.
Grape juice and fun activities for the kids, vino for the parents - it's a win-win.
Winter in Wine Country means less crowded rural roads and tasting rooms.
See which Sonoma County wineries made the Wine Spectator's Top 100 List.