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Valentine began entering beauty pageants, winning both the Miss Teenage Santa Rosa and Miss Sonoma County titles.
Cabral joined Williams Seylem after spending 11 vintages at varying Sonoma County wineries building his skill set.
Winemakers at the Hayman & Hill winery in Sonoma County infuse their passion for winemaking into all of their product offerings, and this Cabernet Franc is no exception.
The 1993 vintage in Sonoma County was, for Cabernet Sauvignon, very good although not excellent.
Rochioli Vineyards are a stellar producer of wines, most notably Pinot Noir, with their winery located in the Russian River Valley region of Sonoma County.Advertisement
Malm Cellars handcrafts its wines out of Healdsburg in the Russian River region of Sonoma County.
The Sonoma County wine industry is one of the largest in the United States, and the county is California's top producing wine region, with nearly 1800 square miles and 60,000 square acres of wine grapes planted each year.
It wasn't until the 1990s that Sonoma County saw an explosion of wine production matching its pre-Prohibition status, driven by the American consumer's growing interest in wine.
Currently, Sonoma County has returned to pre-Prohibition prosperity, with more than 250 wineries.
With such a diversity in soil and climate, you can find more wine grape varieties grown in Sonoma County than in any other appellation in the entire world.Advertisement
So ideal are grape growing conditions in Sonoma County that wine grapes make up 73 percent of the region's agricultural output.
What types of wine grapes grow in Sonoma County?
With such startling variety in wines, it's no surprise Sonoma County is such a popular destination for wine lovers of all types.
Touring through Sonoma County wine country yields both beautiful wines and gorgeous scenery, providing a feast for the senses.
While the answer depends largely on your personal taste in wine, Sonoma County has some can't miss winery destinations.Advertisement
For many, Sonoma County is a fantastic vacation destination.
Many professional tour companies can help you find lodging and participate in an array of tours, ranging from limousine tours to sunrise balloon breakfasts over Sonoma County.
Whether you plan to tour by bicycle or automobile, the following websites can help you plan your Sonoma County wine vacation.
Along with wine tasting, Sonoma County also offers a top notch wine-related shopping and dining experience.
Your Sonoma County wine experience is what you make it.Advertisement
With more than 250 wineries throughout the country, an array of wine tours, luxurious lodging, and delicious foods, a Sonoma County getaway may just provide the perfect vacation.
Silver Oak's winery in Alexander Valley was acquired from Lyeth Winery near Geyserville in Sonoma County in 1993.
Lynn says that he wants to be among the names of other wineries in Sonoma County that are regarded as top producers, such as Dehlinger, Rochioli, and Kistler.
Either way, Lynmar is a must for the Pinot and Chardonnay lover on your next stop up in Sonoma County.
With no offense aimed at the Central Valley, it's the proletariat wine growing region versus the aristocratic Napa Valley and Sonoma County.Advertisement
And then there's the Sonoma County which covers a large territory and includes several different wine AVA's.
This is a favorite local winery in Sonoma County.
In 2006 he bought Chateau Sou-verain's facility north of Healdsburg in Sonoma County and has transferred his value-priced Diamond Series of wines to the winery and named it Rosso & Bianco.
Ray's Station Sonoma County Merlot 2003 - Scoring 87 points from Wine Enthusiast, this bottle of merlot is priced at around $15.
This Sonoma County merlot received a very respectable rating of 88 points from Wine Enthusiast.Advertisement
Coppola has moved his value line of wines to Sonoma County at Rosso Bianco and confines his Napa winery for his top flight Rubicon Estate wines.
Verizon has excellent coverage in the South Bay particularly in the Morgan Hill areas, in Santa Cruz and Monterey Counties and in the urban areas of Sonoma County.