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Sonoma County, California
1812
first vines planted
19
avas
>500
wineries
24,000
vineyard hectares
(60,000 acres)

Sonoma County Wineries

126 wineries

Events in Sonoma County

Celebrating Earth Day at DeLoach Vineyards

DeLoach Vineyards, Santa Rosa

Join us for a seated tasting of our Estate wines paired with a flatbread topped with fresh ingredients from our organic and Biodynamic garden.

Cost: $35 per guest, $25 for members

Address & Location:
DeLoach Vineyards, 1791 Olivet Road, Santa Rosa, CA

Phone: (707) 755-3300

Email: customerservice@deloachvineyards.com

Website: deloachvineyards.com

Details: Earth Day marks the official release of our 2020 Estate Rosé. Join us for a seated tasting of our Estate wines paired with a flatbread topped with fresh ingredients from our organic and Biodynamic garden. Available by reservation for up to six guests April 17 from 1:00pm – 3:00pm.

Earth Day Webinar | Hosted by the Sonoma County Vintners & Sonoma County Winegrowers

Register for the Webinar through the Website Below, Santa Rosa

Streaming from the world’s most sustainable wine region, join Sonoma County Vintners and Sonoma County Winegrowers for an Earth Day discussion featuring local sustainability experts.

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Cost: Free

Address & Location:
Register for the Webinar through the Website Below, Virtually via Zoom, Santa Rosa, CA

Phone: (707) 522-5860

Email: natasha@sonomawinegrape.org

Website: us02web.zoom.us

flowers in a wine vineyard Details: Streaming live from the world’s most sustainable wine region, Sonoma County Vintners and Sonoma County Winegrowers will co-host a virtual sustainability panel discussion on April 22 in celebration of Earth Day. During this discussion attendees will take a deep dive with sustainability experts into grape growing and winemaking from around Sonoma County. Sonoma County has a record-breaking 99 percent of its local vineyards certified sustainable! Panelists will include winemakers and grape growers who can speak to what sustainability means for the destination and why you should be drinking sustainably. Moderated by Wine Enthusiast’s Virginie Boone. Register for the webinar here - https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_lUy9QbfZRdarL6HV4qchJA