Sonoma County is home to Charming family-owned wineries make wine-exploring an unforgettable experience. Many of these local vineyards have been tended by the same family over several generations.

Sonoma County is also one of the world’s most diverse and robust wine countries. It boasts no fewer than 12 sub-appellations and is home to nearly 60,000 acres of vineyards and more than 400 wineries. The cooler coastal areas of Sonoma provide ideal climate for California’s finest Chardonnay. The climate and terroir produces excellent Pinot Noirs. Wine enthusiasts and tasting novices alike can find a wide range of varietals to enjoy among rolling vineyards and stunning wineries.

In 2014, the Sonoma County Winegrowers introduced a mandate that all commercial growers must be 100 percent sustainable by 2019, a reflection of the region’s values.

Start your wine tour down the road from Osmosis at Bohème Wines.

Preferred Vitner List

Dutton Goldfield – Distinctive wines that display the brightness of fruit, complexity, structure, and balance that are reflective of their cool climate home.

Bohème Wines – A winery by Vintner-Owner, Kurt Beitler in downtown Occidental, CA

Thumbprint Cellars – Specializing in a luxurious and uniquely intimate experience — welcoming people and wines that you won’t be able to keep your hands off of.

Landmark Vineyards – Landmark’s tasting room offers lovely picnic grounds featuring a Bocce Ball court and stunning views of Sugarloaf Ridge. Try their seated tasting flights of single-vineyard chardonnays and pinot noirs with a unique selection of artisan cheeses and charcuterie.

Red Car Winery – For several years now Red Car has worked hard to go beyond sustainability and have integrated the concepts and principles of organic, biodynamic and permaculture systems into our farming as we search for nature’s ideal pathways. Their Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Syrah are grown in cold-climate vineyards on the edge of the Paicfic.

Halleck Vineyard – A family one acre site, Halleck Vineyard is perched above the Russian River watershed and flanked on the west by the slopes to the Pacific Ocean. It commands an expansive view of rolling Sonoma County.