Nestled between the Mayacama Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, Sonoma County's Wine Country boasts some of the best wine in the world. The wine-making tradition in Sonoma County goes back over a century and the county boasts some of the United States' oldest wineries within its borders.
Sonoma County is home to more than 400 wineries and encompasses more than 17 distinct wine-growing appellations, including the Russian River Valley, the Dry Creek Valley, Alexander Valley, the Sonoma Coast, Chalk Hill, and more. The varied climate and terroir between the appellations allows for the specialized production of dozens of wine varietals, from crisp Chardonnays to jammy Pinot Noirs to bold Cabernet Sauvignons. No matter who you are, there's a wine for you in Sonoma County.
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