What could be better than a visit to Sonoma this spring? Not only is Sonoma one of the preeminent wine-growing regions of the world, but the spring time is simply a great time to experience all Sonoma has to offer. It’s time to get going on a new year, whether that means watching the vineyards burst into action, or simply enjoying the release of new vintages, and the festive atmosphere that Sonoma epitomizes.
Sonoma is well known for its wineries, and there are so many top-rate producers here that sometimes it can be a challenge deciding whom to visit. Let the Visa Sonoma Trip Planner take you directly to Sonoma’s finest producers. It’s an easy guide to help you discover the best of Sonoma, and to make it even more useful, check out the goings-on in Sonoma this spring.
Not only are there some exciting events scheduled at many of our favorite wineries, but there are also fairs, festivals, and celebrations of this new year that attract people from far and wide to the idyllic valleys and peaceful towns that make Sonoma a great place to visit. So, plan a trip today -- there really is something for everyone this spring in Sonoma.
Friday & Saturday, March 19 - 20: The 21st Annual Savor Sonoma Valley -- A Food & Wine Experience, 11a.m. - 4p.m.
Join 24 wineries throughout Sonoma Valley this March for A Food & Wine Experience!
Wineries will be showcasing 2010 vintage wines straight from the barrels, sampling new releases, and offering award-winning wines paired perfectly with culinary creations prepared by local chefs and restaurants.
Meet winemakers, mingle with wine-lovers behind the scenes, peruse art from local artists and listen to live music. Experience the best that Sonoma Valley has to offer! Learn more about this fabulous event.
Visit Quivira VineyardsEarth Day 2011, Friday, April 22: Free tours at 11a.m. and 1p.m.
Visit Quivira on Earth Day for a complimentary walking tour of our biodynamic estate. Venture into the garden to learn about our organic produce and our contributions to the Healthcare Foundation of Northern Sonoma County. Meet our resident pigs, cows and chickens, and learn about our compost program. Stroll through the vineyards and cellar to learn about our unique winemaking and how our commitment to biodynamics helps us make outstanding wines. We encourage you to join us in the tasting room for a little wine tasting afterward.
Each tour is limited to 20 guests, so be sure to reserve your spot today! Contact Meghan Smith at 707-431-8354 x212 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday & Saturday, April 22 - 23: New Release Weekend, 11a.m. - 5p.m.
Visit Quivira on this weekend to taste all our spring wine releases and receive 10% off your purchase of any of these wines. We are closed on Easter Sunday. Wines will be announced soon!
$5 tasting fee waived with wine purchase.