We may be biased, but we think April is the best time of the year in Sonoma County. No it’s not because of the weather, or the numerous festivals and events happening throughout the county. It’s because April is Sonoma County Wine month! And to make things easy, we’ve got some of our favorite ways to celebrate listed out for you. Cheers to Wine Country!
Buena Vista Winery Spring Cleaning Sale
April 1st & April 2nd
Our friends over at Buena Vista winery are making room in their cellars, and they need some help clearing out their stock! On a first-come-first-serve basis, the public is invited to come shop a discounted selection from across the Boisset Collection. So get in line early!
Kendall-Jackson Garden Party
The Kendall-Jackson gardens are the stuff of legends. So what could be better than celebrating the best month of the year against one of Sonoma County’s most sought-after backdrops? Details are still to come for this event, so stay-tuned!
Trione Vineyards and Winery Food & Wine Dinner
Join Denise Trione, her husband, and winery manager Kris Hicks for an intimate surrounded by historic fountains and vineyards views! The meal includes new-release wines alongside a three-course menu, curated to highlight the bounty of Sonoma County and complement the Trione wines.
Rosé All Day Sip & Paint at Taft Winery
Indulge your artistic side and celebrate the release of Taft’s delicious new Rosé! Attendees will get all the paint supplies they need, a locally-sourced charcuterie cup, and a tasting flight of 3 Taft Wines! Seating is very limited, so get your tickets while you can!
Passport to Dry Creek
April 29th & 30th
Join 30+ wineries in the picturesque Dry Creek Valley and enjoy an incredible selection of wines that can’t be found on the shelf. Your ticket gets you food and wine pairings, and allows you to choose your starting winery. The rest is up to you!
And much, much more! From yoga sessions, to winemaker lunches and earth day walks, Sonoma County wine month has something for everyone. If you’ve been looking to get out there more and explore what the Sonoma County wine scene has to offer, this is your chance. Check out the full list of events (so far!) and get planning.