Taste the History of Wine in Sonoma
A Journey Through Time in a World-Famous Wine Region
Sonoma has a long history of winemaking that dates back to the late 18th century. The first permanent vineyard was planted in 1779 by Franciscan missionaries, and soon it became clear that Sonoma’s climate and soil were well-suited to viticulture. Since then, Sonoma has become world renowned for its zinfandel and chardonnay wines as well as its pinot noirs, cabernet sauvignons and syrahs. Today, there are over 400 wineries throughout Sonoma County producing some of the best wines in the world. From small family-run operations to larger commercial enterprises, these wineries bring together a unique combination of old-world traditions with modern winemaking techniques to create unforgettable wine experiences.
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