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Top 5 Unforgettable Events Coming to Sonoma this Crush

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By Noah Bradon

Join the millions of wine enthusiasts as they rush to the Bay Area, eager to smell, taste and
participate in harvest season, fondly referred to as "Crush." See Sonoma Valley in the height of
her harvest. Indulge in a heavenly arrangement of delicious food, elegant parties, opportunities
to participate in the harvesting process--and, of course, an abundance of world-class wine and
life-long memories.


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1. "Crush" Wine Tours Aboard The Sonoma Valley Wine Trolley
Experience a unique twist to the wine tasting tour, riding on the Sonoma Wine Trolley as
it winds throughout the Valley. Alive with the Crush, Sonoma simultaneously dazzles and
instructs. Taste the produce from four different wineries and a complementary, catered lunch
from The Girl & the Fig Restaurant. Held daily from 10:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., add this intriguing
event to your Crush calendar for just $99.

Sonoma Harvest 2013

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Sonoma County is already abuzz with the first grapes of the season being harvested. Check out photos of Sonoma wineries everywhere already picking grapes or waiting a few more weeks as grapes ripen on the vines. We're already hearing reports it's going to be another great vintage!






Join the conversation! #SonomaHarvest2013


Sonoma Valley Tasting Itinerary

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By Courtney Cochran

sonomaValleyTasting.jpgThe birthplace of the California wine industry, Sonoma Valley - more romantically known as the Valley of the Moon - is today home to dozens of wineries and the historic town of Sonoma, site of the Bear Flag revolt and home to California's northernmost mission, San Francisco Solano.  Beyond its impressive historic pedigree, Sonoma Valley is a gorgeous place to while away a few hours or even a few days sipping, shopping and savoring the bounty of this vinous enclave that's just an hour north of San Francisco.

>>Day 1: Los Carneros & Sonoma
>>Day 2: Kenwood & Glen Ellen

Sonoma Valley Tasting Itinerary: Day 2

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by Courtney Cochran

Kenwood & Glen Ellen
An easy drive north from Sonoma, the wineries near the rural hamlets of Kenwood and Glen Ellen beckon with superb hospitality perks and the dramatic backdrop of the Mayacamas Mountains.

kenwoodVineayrds.jpgKenwood Vineyards
Kenwood puts the country in your Wine Country visit thanks to its rustic-chic tasting room housed in a welcoming, circa-1906 Redwood barn.  Hewing close to Sonoma's reputation for responsible environmental measures, Kenwood employs sustainable business and winemaking practices in producing its wide variety of wines, most of which are on offer daily in the tasting room.  Don't miss the spot's historic Jack London series of award-winning reds, produced each year from lava-terraced vineyards on the renowned Jack London Ranch in Glen Ellen.
9592 Sonoma Hwy., Kenwood, CA 95452 * (707) 833-5891 * @KenwoodVineyard


Sonoma Valley Tasting Itinerary: Day 1

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by Courtney Cochran

Los Carneros & Sonoma
Our first itinerary is within easy reach for those driving north from San Francisco for the day or staying overnight in Sonoma.

anabaWines.jpgAnaba Wines
Named for the anabatic winds that cool the vineyards of Sonoma, Anaba is a postcard-cute stop at the intersection of highways 116 and 121. Housed in a modest converted farmhouse, the cozy tasting room offers affordable pours of Rhône blends and Burgundian varieties along with informed commentary. Just about a year old and anxious to establish a good rapport with Wine Country visitors, Anaba is an ideal stop for those who enjoy one-on-one conversations with tasting room staff alongside a pleasingly varied vinous lineup. 

60 Bonneau Rd., Sonoma, CA 95476 * (707) 996-4188 * @AnabaWines


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