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Wine Tasting in Sonoma


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  • Charles Creek Vineyard
    Charles Creek Vineyard Tasting Room & Gallery is situated in a charming 1890s storefront on the historic Sonoma Plaza. In addition to offering the opportunity to taste and purchase the small lot, hard to find Charles Creek wines the room also serves as a showcase for local artists with new exhibits hanging every 60 days.
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    483 1st St W
    Sonoma, CA US
  • Eagles Trace
    Eagles Trace's vintage-producing veterans lead parties of up to eight connoisseurs into the depths of their winery, housed within the stone-hewn walls of an underground cave. During the 90- to 120-minute tour, guests taste up to four varieties from the collection, swirling and sniffing their sample before determining whether they got the merlot, the cabernet sauvignon, or cough syrup. Groups then enter into the caves to taste one of the winery's creations straight from the barrel, where it is kept at a constant 60 degrees?62 degrees by the cool subterranean air. At the tour's conclusion, visitors adopt their favorite bottle to take home, such as the cuddly 2005 Latitude 38, a bordeaux-style blend that is house-trained and boasts flavors of blackberries, black currant, and plums.
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    680 Rossi Rd
    Saint Helena, CA US
  • Jacuzzi Family Vineyards
    Four Things to Know About Jacuzzi Family Vineyards Big, dark reds, bright, fresh whites, sparkling, and dessert wines are all produced and served in Jacuzzi Family Vineyards’ monumental, but welcoming Italian-villa-style home base. Guests can try many of them, along with cheeses and olive oils, during tours and tastings. Before you stop by, drink in a few behind-the-scenes facts: Yes, they’re the Jacuzzis. Actually, the family was in the wine business before its descendants invented the iconic bubbling tub. Patriarch Giovanni Jacuzzi worked at a vineyard in Italy before following his sons to California, where they became plane builders. After a tragic crash killed one of his sons, Giovanni convinced his remaining kids to get into a less dangerous industry. Belatedly following in his father’s footsteps, Valeriano Jacuzzi got to work planting zinfandel, carignane, and mourvedre grapes. Their wine comes from tea. Compost tea, that is. This oozy, eco-friendly mixture of molasses, fish emulsion, rock dust, and microbes fertilizes the crops. Meanwhile, bell beans, barley, and oats serve as cover crops, adding further natural enrichment to the soil. These are just a couple components to an entire system of green farming techniques used in the vineyards. Some of the field workers are fuzzy, and some are creepy-crawly. When it’s time to weed, the farmers bring in flocks of hungry sheep to munch their way between the vines. Farmers also control pests with the help of creatures that are a little less cute: predator mites. They import these microscopic bugs to cut down on nature’s vine vandals. It’s free to taste. Visitors can stop in to try up to five complimentary wine samples during normal hours, though they can also pile on extras such as table service, chocolate-wine shots, and samples from sister business The Olive Press.
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    24724 Arnold Dr
    Sonoma, CA US
  • Cakebread Cellars Reserve Room
    Five Things to Know About Cakebread Cellars It all started with a photo shoot. In 1972, Jack and Dolores Cakebread were taking pictures at Sturdivant Ranch for Nathan Chroman’s Treasury of American Wines. On a whim, they offered to buy the property—and Cakebread Cellars was born. More than 40 years later, their operation has expanded to encompass 11 vineyards that produce grapes for both white and red wines. Read on for more about the acclaimed winery: Cakebread Cellars is green. The vineyard focuses on recycling, waste reduction, and winemaking with energy-efficient equipment, and champions sustainable farming practices. Those efforts have paid off—Cakebread Cellars is a Napa Green Certified Winery, and is working to ensure its land becomes certified in the Napa Green Land program as well. One of their wines has (figurative) literary roots. Cakebread’s Rubaiyat takes its name from the poetry of Omar Kayyám, specifically a verse that praises the simple pleasure of “a flask of wine.” Visits to the winery are educational. Daily tours introduce visitors to Napa Valley viticulture, complete with a walk through the vineyard and winery, an overview of winemaking, and a guided wine tasting. You can dine while you sip. During special pairing events, Cakebread’s resident chefs craft four plates with seasonal ingredients to complement selected wines. Guests also engage in a discussion on how wines pair with foods while enjoying the harmonious meal. The winery doubles as a culinary school. Those same resident chefs host regular cooking classes on dishes such as small plates and paella.
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    8300 Saint Helena Highway
    Napa, CA US
  • Mumm Napa
    Five Things to Know About Mumm Napa Mumm Napa knows that every moment is worth celebrating, and their elegant vineyard reflects that mentality. With its sun-dappled terrace inviting visitors to sip on cool sparkling wines under the shade of a nearly 200-year-old oak tree, an afternoon can go from ordinary to extraordinary. Tours and tastings provide an informative introduction, but read on to learn more about what makes Mumm Napa worth a visit: Though bubbly is where it’s at, Mumm doesn’t neglect other members of the wine family. In addition to their award-winning sparkling wines, they also include rosé, chardonnay, and pinot noir in their repertoire. Mumm Napa’s champagne has true French roots. The Mumm brothers founded the first Mumm vineyard in 1827 in the Champagne region of France. It didn’t move to California until 1983. They can’t accommodate weddings, but that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate. Though county ordinances prohibit weddings, they still have four different event spaces suited for parties of just 20 or nearly 200. The winery celebrates the arts almost as much as its wine. The onsite gallery has featured works by Graham Nash (of Crosby, Stills, and Nash) and legendary photographer Ansel Adams. Club members can share their love of wine all year long. Perks include discounts on bottles and merch
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    8445 Silverado Trl
    Napa, CA US
  • Haywood Winery - Sonoma Ca Los Chamizal Vineyard
    Serving a range of tasty food and drink, Haywood Winery - Sonoma Ca Los Chamizal Vineyard in Sonoma will have you thinking about seconds (or thirds). Parking has never been easier at Haywood Winery - Sonoma Ca Los Chamizal Vineyard, a restaurant located near a variety of parking selections. If you go out for a nice meal, it doesn't need to cost $100, come treat yourself at Haywood Winery - Sonoma Ca Los Chamizal Vineyard.
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    25 E Napa St
    Sonoma, CA US

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