Sonoma County wineries and wines are genuine and delicious, offering a true taste of this authentic Northern California Wine Country. With more than 425 wineries, there's bound to be an estate and a vintage to suit any taste.

Cheerfully fruity Pinot Noirs and oaky Chardonnays pair perfectly with the rustic hospitality at small, family-run wineries, giving the experience a more intimate feel. However, you'll also find internationally heralded wine houses that add an air of decadence to any getaway. Renowned wineries include Francis Ford Coppola, Kendall-Jackson, Korbel, Ledson, Rodney Strong, and Gloria Ferrer.

Regardless of the size or type of winery, you'll be treated to delights like guided wine tours, lavender gardens, shady paths alongside tranquil creeks, rolling mountain vistas, yoga classes, outdoor dining, and more.

Sonoma County is part of San Francisco's Bay Area, just a short drive from the Golden Gate Bridge. Almost 60,000 acres of California vineyards fall within the borders of 19 American Viticultural Areas (AVAs), or appellations, each with its own distinctive characteristics. Plan your trip with a free Wine Map and Visitors Guide.

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Just because you’re visiting a winery doesn’t mean you have to leave your kids at home! From swimming pools and…

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Both the queen and the workhorse of Sonoma County wine, Chardonnay dominates here almost as much as in the Burgundy…

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The Sonoma Valley encompasses Sonoma County’s widest range of wine grapes, most dramatic contrasts of terrain, and longest history of…

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Stretching from the Pacific Ocean in the west to the Mayacamas Mountains in the east, Sonoma County is the largest…

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