When you think of Northern Sonoma, what do you think of?
Unsurpassed beauty! Northern Sonoma is often compared to Tucany. The wine country runs along the Russian River and through the California redwoods. There are some larger wineries, but this area really specializes in small production, boutique wineries. Though most famous for it’s Zindandels, Pinot Noir & Chardonnays, Healdsburg offers a style & taste for every palate.
The heart of Northern Sonoma is the Healdsburg Plaza. You can spend the day browsing the shops, antique stores, tasting rooms & restaurants or just take a picnic to the park!
Whether you have small group or a large group of people, it is always a good idea to schedule winery appointments. CWT Concierge can assist you in all the planning.
As most of us are all anxious to go back to our normal lives, it is important to understand that there will be a transition period that requires more work for vendors, less availability and certain constraints that will be out of the control of most. CWT has been working with our winery partners to ensure that all policies of the wineries will be met and a streamlined process is in place to give our guests an overall wonderful experience.
Please take into consideration that more then likely, wineries will be by appointment for all visitors. Most wineries will be limited to 2-8 people per group. The cost of tasting fees may increase due to the volume constraints of visitors. At California Wine Tours we will be offering a complimentary concierge service to accommodate you and your guests, as the work to plan your tours will be more challenging. CWT has been in the Wine Country offering customized tours for 35 years, so this is nothing new to us. Please call us today for details!!
Explore, Sip, Repeat
In the Alexander and Dry Creek Valleys you can meander the back roads sampling world famous wines and, if you're lucky, interact with those who handcrafted the product themselves. The cool coastal climate and chilly blasts from the Pacific Ocean provide the perfect growing conditions for some of the award winning wines produced in Sonoma County.