Mayo Family Winery is a small family owned winery located in the heart of Sonoma Valley. They believe that single vineyard wines make for the most interesting and satisfying drinking! Since the early 1990’s they’ve constantly looked for those vineyards that provide a great match between terroir and varietal. The result is an array of small batch, single-vineyard wines that meet their criteria. Making over 20 varietals of wine there is always something you can find that fits your taste at Mayo! Visit www.mayofamilywinery.com for more info.
Cornerstone Sonoma is a MUST VISIT on your drive into or out of Sonoma Valley – enjoy world class garden installations, wine tasting, outdoor dining, fine art, and more, all in one stop. It is also one of the Valley’s most popular Wedding Destinations, which says a lot about the venue and related services.
Park 121 Cafe Grill and Cornerstone Gardens hosted our Association meeting in September, and, wow, we were all very impressed! Great lunch and fascinating garden tour, followed a wine tasting at the collection of boutique winery tasting rooms, all without having to drive an inch. Thank you Teresa Raffo and Bruce Riezenman!!
The winery and grounds have never looked better. Taste your way to the perfect wine, and then picnic in their gorgeous gardens. They even have a Bocce Court for your enjoyment.
Oh, and I did mention that Chateau St Jean offers a complimentary tasting for guests staying at establishments belonging to the Bed & Breakfast Association of Sonoma Valley!
2013 SAVOR SONOMA VALLEY – Join twenty-two wineries throughout Sonoma Valley this March for a Food & Wine Experience! Wineries will be showcasing 2012 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.
|DATES:||Sat. Mar. 16th (2013) – Sun. Mar. 17th (2013)|
|TIME:||11 AM – 4 PM|
TripAdvisor’s Top 10 Wine Destinations in the United States (Sonoma #1) – Sonoma County may not produce as much wine as nearby Napa, but what it lacks in volume, it more than makes up for in variety. You’ll find everything from Chardonnay to Zinfandel here, and TripAdvisor travelers love the laid-back, unpretentious vibe of the wineries. After a strenuous day of wine-tasting, spoil yourself …http://www.tripadvisor.com/TravelersChoice-Wine-cTop10-g191
Experience an insiders view of Sonoma Valley’s world-class wineries October 20 and 21 at Sonoma Valley Reserve. The first event of its kind, Sonoma Valley Reserve offers participants exclusive access to see Sonoma Valleys classic wineries in a new light, and to be among the first to discover rare wines and hidden gems at destinations that are seldom open to the public.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The Complimentary Wine Tasting Passport offered to BBASV Guests may NOT be honored Oct 20 & 21 at wineries participationg in the Sonoma Valley Reserve event.
Designer Showcase 2012: December 1- 2 & December 7-9, 10:30 am to 4:30 pm. Purchase your ticket for a one time entry into “The Chauvet” and enjoy viewing 4 luxurious condominiums, each designed and decorated with a unique style and dressed for the holidays. $30/ticket ($40 at the Door).
Opening Night Mix and Mingle Social: November 30, 6pm–8 pm. $50/ticket (reservation required).
Designers Furnishings Sale: December 10, 10 am–2 pm. Fall in love with something fabulous and want to own it? Here’s your chance. A portion of the proceeds benefit United Cerebral Palsy of the North Bay. $5 with ticket from Showcase event