Sonoma Wine Tours
Sonoma Valley is a dynamic wine region and home to world-class wineries. We like to think of Sonoma Valley as Napa Valley's less pretentious cousin. Explore hundreds of phenomenal Sonoma wineries, stately redwood forests and a breathtaking coastline on your next Sonoma wine tour. Sonoma's rustic yet elegant appeal offers visitors comfortable hotels or cozy bed & breakfasts. You can spend the day hiking the state parks, kayaking in the Russian River, biking among the vineyards or wine tasting at boutique wineries off the beaten path.
Sonoma Wine Tours visit the closest wine region to San Francisco, within 45 minutes of the city you'll find yourself driving among the vineyards. Situated between the Mayacamas and Sonoma Mountain ranges, Sonoma Valley comprises a melange of vineyards, quaint farms and 13,000 acres of parkland. The Sonoma Coast is another region of Sonoma County, whose emphasis is on Pinot Noir and Chardonnay varietals, Sonoma Valley's focus is on Zinfandel.
Sonoma Wine Tours are the ideal way to explore Sonoma Valley. With a dizzying array of wineries and grape varieties to navigate, your best bet is to go with a tour company that's been around the block. They'll have the inside scoop on the best Sonoma wineries from family-owned and boutique to large and grand, they'll take you to friendly tasting rooms with beautiful scenery and quality wines with a good value.
Sonoma Valley is more than just wine tasting. Sonoma Wine Country offers unique historic sites: The Sonoma Plaza is a national historic landmark, and Jack London Ranch, a state historic park, celebrates the bohemian adventure author. There is much to explore between the Pacific Ocean and the Mayacamas Mountains, Sonoma Wine Country will impress you with its dynamic wine regions and beautiful scenery.