Tag Archives: Winery

The Winemakers’ Beer

There’s an old saying about wine: It takes a lot of good beer to make a great wine. Nowhere is this more true than in Sonoma County, where some of the world’s best wines are produced by winemakers drinking some … Continue reading

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Celebrating Super Bowl 50

Most tourists visit Northern California for the wine, award-winning restaurants, bay front views and urban nightlife, but this month, any traveler coming within a mile of the Golden Gate Bridge is there for one thing and one thing only—football. On … Continue reading

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Winter WINEland

It’s true that the month of January falls right smack in the middle of the Sonoma County “low season.” And, sure, with frequent rain and average highs only reaching the mid-50s, it’s understandable if visitors tend to focus more on … Continue reading

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A Wine Country Winter Wonderland

With the turkey leftovers almost finished and the cold weather upon us, it’s definitely time to get into the holiday spirit! And although winters in Sonoma don’t mean snow on the streets or sledding in the park, Sonoma County offers … Continue reading

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Good Old Days are Back Again – Prohibition Ends at Last!

On December 5, 1933, giddy citizens all throughout the nation celebrated the repeal of the 18th Amendment, better known as Prohibition. Introduced by Judiciary Chairman Andrew Volstead of Minnesota, the Prohibition Amendment banned the production and distribution of alcoholic beverages. … Continue reading

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Harvest in Sonoma

By Kristie Sheppard: SomethingAboutSonoma.Com Staff September is #CaliforniaWineMonth and as the summer comes to an end, winemakers are gearing up for their busiest time of the year when California’s Dionysian fruit is gathered from the fields in preparation for its … Continue reading

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Buena Vista Hosts CellarPass Networking Event

By: Leiska Van Staaveren, SomethingAboutSonoma.com Staff This past week, we had the chance to experience the hospitality of California’s oldest winery at a Buena Vista Winery networking event, sponsored by CellarPass. Guests were greeted by Buena Vista staff in the … Continue reading

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Gundlach Bundschu Winery Spotlight

Not only is this the oldest family owned winery in California, but Gundlach Bundschu Winery is a hidden gem in Sonoma. You might need a little help pronouncing this name, so to help, the winery prints 4 images on its … Continue reading

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Zagat features St. Francis Wine and Food Pairings

St. Francis Winery and Vineyards

ZAGAT featured IN Crowd member St. Francis Winery’s Wine & Food Pairing as one of ten destinations for Holiday Dining in the San Francisco Bay Area. This national recognition underscores their focus on sustainably farmed wines and foods from Sonoma … Continue reading

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Keller Estate Winery Spotlight

Keller Estate Winery

Keller Estate Winery 5875 Lakeville Hwy, Petaluma, CA 94954 Keller Estate Winery is a beautiful property located in the Petaluma Gap region of the Sonoma Coast. With true ‘Estate’ values – meaning their wine is grown on the family’s property … Continue reading

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