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Experience the Sonoma Valley winery experience with Beau Wine Tours - Sonoma. Owned and operated by passionate wine experts, this tour firm is also arranges restaurant tours, airport transportation and provides other logistical services in and around Sonoma.
Sonoma Valley Wine Trolley provides guided and informative wine tasting tours of the best wineries in Sonoma Valley. These tours are conducted aboard the Sonoma Wine Trolley which offers stunning views of the surrounding areas. Charter facilities are also available.
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The beautiful Spanish mission-style façade of the Jacuzzi Family Vineyards invites visitors to come inside for a memorable wine tasting experience. Five-wine tastings are free and do not require a reservation. Groups must schedule more extensive tastings in advance.
At Artisan Wine Tours, wine is personal. Each tour is crafted to meet the client's wine preferences, schedule and budget. Artisan Wine Tours is particularly popular among wine lovers with untrained palates who want to improve their ability to discern quality wines.
Sonoma Coast State Beach is a 17-mile long beach stretching from Bodega Head to Vista Trailhead divided by rocky outcroppings. Some of the most popular activities at this beach include crabbing at Bodega Head, watching harbor seals at Goat Rock, beachcombing at Shell Beach, and surf watching at Duncan's Landing…
Located near the foothills of Sonoma Valley, Nicholson Ranch is a popular destination for wine tours. The surrounding landscape is well-maintained, furnished with picnic tables and couches as well as a pond . The host is friendly and knowledgable about his wines.