April is Sonoma County Wine Month
Celebrate the first spring iteration of Sonoma County Wine Month this April. As vineyards bud and come to life, spring is the perfect time to showcase the world’s most sustainable and diverse wine region, which is home to more than 60 varietals of wine crafted across 18 American Viticultural Areas (AVAs) and over 425 wineries. Hosted by the Sonoma County Vintners, Sonoma County Wine Month gives wine lovers just another reason to celebrate the arrival of spring in Sonoma County. For the month of April, wineries will be offering special in-person and virtual experiences as well as shipping promotions. Learn more here.
For easy and safe planning you can peruse a variety of Sonoma County Tourism itineraries built around your personal preferences. It may be a romantic weekend to discover Sonoma County Wine Country for the first time, a girls getaway to enjoy sparkling wines or a family trip where kids can enjoy the outdoors and parents can enjoy the tastings. Lodging is as easy as a keyboard or phone click, too, with our comprehensive listings and money-saving, amenity-rich deals.
Not to be missed: The new Sonoma County Tasting Pass.
If so many wineries seem overwhelming, start with a core group of 13 “wineries you should know." Then, you can broaden your range with detailed listings, plus sources for top-notch guided wine tours.
Events offered during Sonoma County Wine Month include everything from in-person dinner series and sunset tastings to virtual experiences like private happy hours. You don’t need to be a wine connoisseur to participate. We are welcoming everyone to celebrate our unique and diverse wine region.
Wineries across Sonoma County are offering in-person experiences, too. Enjoy the scenes of spring with ArtXcursion and Taft Street Winery's unique Apple Blossoms Sip & Paint Party. Join Flambeaux for Wine Week at Region in the Barlow. And relax underneath the olive trees while enjoying a bottle of Rose or Sauvignon Blanc with a curated wine country basket meal at Medlock Ames’ historic Healdsburg tasting room.
Sonoma County Wine Month offers plenty of virtual events, too. Join Proprietor Don Wallace at Dry Creek Vineyard for a virtual honey and olive oil tasting on April 22, or participate in a virtual cooking class during one of Bricoleur Vineyard’s fun “In the Kitchen” events.
Whether you’re traveling to Sonoma County or staying at home, we invite you to raise a glass with critically-acclaimed Sonoma County wines found at your local retailer. For even more fun, host a Sonoma County wine and cheese party for friends and family, or pair Sonoma County wines with all your favorite restaurant meals.