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Sonoma Wine Country Weekend Getaway: Wine & Dine Through The Vines

Only 45 minutes north of San Francisco, this place is one of the world's top food and wine destinations. Home to more than 425 wineries and Michelin-starred restaurants, you can sip and nibble on locally produced wines and farm-to-fork bites. Plan the ultimate Sonoma Wine Country weekend getaway and hike among the towering redwoods, soar high in the sky on a hot air balloon or play a round of golf at award-winning courses. Tasting rooms and wineries in the Sonoma wine region range from simple and rustic to elegant castles, all offering a quintessential Sonoma Wine Country experience. Visit to tour them all or just a few!


Hours -  

Most wineries and tasting rooms open around 10 am and close between 4:30 - 6 pm.

Prices -



  •  Broadway Under the Stars
  •  Simmer Down Saturdays
  •  Movies on the Green
  •  Wine Wednesdays


  •  Wine Tasting
  •  Dining
  •  Shopping
  •  Dining
  •  Live Performances
  •  Farmer's Market
Before you go

When is the best time to visit Sonoma Wine Country?

Most wineries and vineyards are open year-round, but the best time to visit Sonoma Wine Country is between August and November which corresponds with the region's harvest season and when the weather is at its finest. Early spring is another good option as crowds have thinned and nature is in full bloom. Early summer brings the biggest crowds with the highest temps.

When is the Sonoma County Grape Harvest?

The grape harvest in Sonoma Wine Country typically begins in late August with the light-skinned grapes like Chardonnay and ends in early October with the dark-skinned grapes such as Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon. The Harvest is dependant on the summer weather patterns and the sugar content of the grapes themselves and is usually the best time to visit.
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