North Coast

Vineyard in fall, a sea of yellow leaves with hills in the background.
North Coast

Solano County

Just across the bay from San Francisco, Solano is home to wineries and wetlands, farms and candy factories, amusement parks and more. German immigrants made the first wine in the mid-1800s but vines were cultivated even earlier. Solano’s growing conditions resemble those of neighboring Napa Valley and in the early days of California wine the two counties were often linked as “the Napa Valley-Solano” district.

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Did You Know?

1840First Vines Planted
Solano is Spanish for"East Wind"
Named after Chief Solano also known as Sem-Yeto, of the Suisun tribe
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