Sonoma County

COVID-19 Update

Updated: October 1st, 2020: Wineries and tasting rooms may operate outdoors without being required to serve food. Patrons are limited at a table to members of the same household or living unit. All businesses must comply with local and State orders and guidance, including preparing, posting and implementing, social distancing, face covering and worker/consumer safety protocols at all operational sites. Reservations for all wine tasting experiences are required, and capacity is very limited. Click here for more information.


About Sonoma County

Sonoma wineries and Sonoma wines are genuine and delicious, offering a true taste of this authentic Wine Country. With more than 425 wineries, Sonoma County has a varietal to suit any taste. Rustic hospitality at small family-run wineries and internationally heralded wine houses invite you to explore your own way. Sonoma County is one the most diverse growing regions in the world. With 18 distinct appellations, each region has their own unique climate and geography that directly correlates to the wine in your glass. From warm, sunny days to cooler, fog-covered valley floors, the variations in the geography and climate influence each individual region in many ways. The region silently produces almost 2 times as much wine as neighboring Napa Valley to the east and is home to some of the most renowned producers of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and sparkling wine in the United States.

Sonoma wineries and Sonoma wines are genuine and delicious, offering a true taste of this authentic Wine Country. With more than 425 wineries, Sonoma County has a varietal to suit any taste. Rustic hospitality at small family-run wineries and internationally heralded wine houses invite you to explore your own way. Sonoma County is one the most diverse growing regions in the world. With 18 distinct appellations, each region has their own unique climate and geography that directly correlates to the wine in your glass. From warm, sunny days to cooler, fog-covered valley floors, the variations in the geography and climate influence each individual region in many ways. The region silently produces almost 2 times as much wine as neighboring Napa Valley to the east and is home to some of the most renowned producers of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and sparkling wine in the United States.

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Getting There

Sonoma County is an expansive region that is most easily accessible by car via several major highways. From Sacramento: US-80 West to CA-12/121 West From East Bay: US-580 North to US-101 North From San Francisco: US-101 North via the Golden Gate Bridge From Seattle/Portland: US-5 or US-101 South