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Sonoma County: Most Kid Friendly Wineries

"Kid friendly" and "winery" are not terms generally associated with each other. However, California wine country is a popular family destination spot and, if done properly, can be a fun trek for the kids as well as the adults. IntoWine.com has scoured Sonoma County to find the best "kid friendly" wineries. The list below is in no particular order.

Arrowood Vineyards & Winery Glen Ellen - Informal but educational. An ideal place for the wine curious who want to learn about wine in an unpretentious environment. Arrowood is a cute country farm house with a nice view of the vineyards. More...

Sonoma County: Best Wineries for Wedding Receptions

Thinking of holding your wedding in wine country? Don't know where to start in terms of gathering info on potential recpetion spots? IntoWine.com has scoured Sonoma County to find the best wineries for wedding receptions. The list below is in no particular order.

Chateau St. Jean Kenwood - A "must visit" stop on any Sonoma wine tour. As its name implies, Chateau St. Jean has a majestic, stately feel to it. Nestled at the base of a mountain side with beautiful gardens and impressive architecture, it is an ideal place for wine lovers seeking a picture-esque tasting experience. More...

Sonoma County: Best "Alternative" Wineries

Want your wine road trip to focus on the truly unique wineries of Sonoma? IntoWine.com has scoured Sonoma County to find the "alternative" wineries that offer something out of the ordinary, unusual, or just plain cool. The list below is in no particular order.

Roche Winery Sonoma (City) - Roche offers horseback vineyard tours. More....

Cline Cellars Sonoma (City) - Cline has a bird zoo. More...

Sonoma County: Best Wineries for Beautiful Gardens

Want to visit the wineries with the most beautiful gardens and landscaping on your next visit to Sonoma? IntoWine.com has scoured Sonoma County to find the best wineries for group picnics. The list below is in no particular order.

Chateau St. Jean Kenwood - A "must visit" stop on any Sonoma wine tour. As its name implies, Chateau St. Jean has a majestic, stately feel to it. Nestled at the base of a mountain side with beautiful gardens and impressive architecture, it is an ideal place for wine lovers seeking a picture-esque tasting experience. More...

Sonoma County: Best Wineries for Food and Wine Pairing

Want to pair wine with food on your next to trip to Sonoma? IntoWine.com has scoured Sonoma County to find the best wineries that cater to foodies as well as oenophiles. The list below is in no particular order.

The Mayo Family Reserve Room Kenwood - The food and wine pairing sister to the main Mayo Family Winery tasting room in Glen Ellen. At the Kenwood Reserve Room, it's all about food and wine pairing and Mayo does it very well. Approximately seven different wines are paired with small samples of food, expertly prepared by an in-house chef. More...

Sonoma County: Best Wineries for a Wine Barbecue

Looking to host a Sonoma wine barbecue? IntoWine.com has scoured Sonoma County to find the best wineries to grill out while you sip Rosé under the sun. Note that each winery has different policies regarding grill usage and availability. Be sure to check with them in advance. The list below is in no particular order.

Robledo Family Winery Sonoma (City) - Robledo is is located on a residential street just off Highway 116. Robledo is owned and operated by Reynaldo and Maria Robledo and their nine grown children and has a distinct family feel to it. Unique in that it is one of the few Mexican owned wineries, Robledo has a Mexican look and feel to it which adds to its charm and is a welcome alternative for those seeking something different in a winery. The Robledo family takes great pride in their wines. Worth checking out if you are seeking to taste good Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, or Pinot Noir. More....

Sonoma County: Best Wineries for Blanket Picnics

Looking for the perfect Sonoma spot for a cozy blanket picnic? IntoWine.com has scoured Sonoma County to find the best wineries for a sunny blanket picnic. The list below is in no particular order.

Gundlach-Bundschu Winery Sonoma (City) - Gundlach-Bundschu Winery is expansive and massive with a big focus on visitors enjoying the surrounding property. Plenty of tables and shelters exist for picnicers. Gundlach-Bundschu is ideal for people seeking a cozy place for a blanket picnic. Hiking trails exist for those looking to explore the grounds or have a more scenic picnic. More....

Sonoma County: Best Wineries for Group Picnics

Planning a group picnic in Sonoma? IntoWine.com has scoured Sonoma County to find the best wineries for group picnics. The list below is in no particular order.

Viansa Winery Sonoma (City) - Viansa offers a gourmet Italian style deli to go with the tasting room and the common theme is for visitors to pair great wine with great food.

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