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Sonoma Valley Wine Country Bike Tour
"Our regularly scheduled lunch tours travel to some of the most outstanding wineries in the Sonoma area revealing the history and beauty of the countryside on quiet roads. We'll set up a fabulous lunch (special diets are no problem with prior notice!) and have it ready for you in a peaceful country setting along the way. Bike riders of all abilities not competitive. Our regularly scheduled bicycle tours begins at 10:30 a.m. and ends at 3:30 p.m. This is a twelve-mile ride (novice level) which stops for wine tasting and interesting locations highlighting local and California history. A tasting"""Our regularly scheduled lunch tours travel to some of the most outstanding wineries in the Sonoma area revealing the history and beauty of the countryside on quiet roads. Bike riders of all abilities will be comfortable with any of our established bike routes. Our rides are leisurely not competitive."
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Full-Day Sonoma Valley Bike and Wine Tour
"Tour meets at our Sonoma shop approximately 1 mile south of Sonoma Plaza at 9:00 a.m. You will be greeted by your Tour Guide who will assist you with your bike fit and operation. Following a pre-ride orientation tour groups generally depart close to 9:30 a.m. You'll ride 3 to 5 miles to the first winery; Tour Guides typically punctuate any longer biking legs with a pause to enjoy the scenery take photos and give some background about the vineyard growth cycle or local history to the degree the group is interested in learning about these topics. At each of the wineries your tour guide will introduce you to your Tasting Room Host who will lead you through a tasting flight of wines and discuss any of the wine-making philosophies and practices that are unique to that winery. Tastings generally last about an hour at e
From $144.00
 
Half-Day Sonoma Valley Bike and Wine Tour
"Tour meets at our Sonoma shop approximately 1 mile south of Sonoma Plaza at 9:00 a.m. You will be greeted by your Tour Guide who will assist you with your bike fit and operation. Following a pre-ride orientation tour groups generally depart close to 9:30 a.m. You'll ride 3 to 5 miles to the first winery; Tour Guides will often punctuate longer biking legs with a pause to enjoy the scenery take photos and give some background about the vineyard growth cycle or local history to the degree the group is interested in learning about these topics. At the winery your Tour Guide will introduce you to your Tasting Room Host who will lead you through a tasting flight of wines and discuss any of hte wine-making philosophies and practices that are unique to that winery. Tastings generally last about an hour at e
From $108.00

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Ledson

Ledson was one vineyard that even drew oohs and ahs from me. The castle-like showpiece houses well appointed tasting bars, a fine dining restaurant, an upscale B & B and a gourmet deli. The grounds...
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Sonoma Plaza

The eight acre town square of Sonoma is the largest in California and its Wild West charm is lost on few visitors. All they’d have to do is ban cars and bring in a few horse drawn stage coaches and...
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Sebastiani

Sebastiani may lack a bit of the ambiance of Ledson but it is a nonetheless popular stop on the wine tasting circuit. They have fantastic grounds and the surrounding area offers lots of great picnic...
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Mariano and Francisca-Benicia's House

This is a pleasant place to spend an afternoon and to see how a well-to-do California family lived in the 19th century. Lachryma Montis (Tears of the Mountain) is the home of Mariano Vallejo, who was...
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Wine Tour

If you are in Sonoma with your car you can do it on your own, but if not or if you don't want to waste your time looking for the wineries I suggest you join a wine tour.I used California Wine Tours...
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Ravenswood - No Wimpy Winery

This winery deserves its own tip.Friends of my daughter's were visiting us, and I had intended to take them on the Sebastiani Winery tour. However, there wasn't another tour for an hour, so the rep...
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Fruit of the Vine: Visit a Winery

The Sonoma Valley is famous for its wineries. Sample list:Bartholomew Park Winery- Castle Rd, Sonoma. Open 11-4:30. Beautiful hilltop views. B.R. Cohn– 15000 Sonoma Hwy, Glen Ellen. Open daily, 10-5....
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Last of the California Missions

Its formal name is Mission San Francisco Solano de Sonoma, but it's more familiarly known as The Sonoma Mission. Because the California missions were secularized in 1834, the mission is no longer a...
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Be a Giant - Ride a Miniature Train

Whenever I go to Sonoma TrainTown, I'm reminded of the Robert Louis Stevenson poem that goes"I am the giant, great and still,Who sits upon the pillow hillAnd sees before him, dale and plain,The...
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Sonoma Barracks

The Sonoma Barracks were constructed by General Vallejo to house Mexican soldiers against rebel uprisings. Work on the barracks was started in 1836 and most likely was completed in different stages up...
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SONOMA WINERIES

There are so many wineries in the region, that I was unable to visit them all, only the wino and I know, apology and credit to Jimmy Buffett. So I will just give the website for the Sonoma Wineries...
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Ledson Winery

Ledson Winery is located in the heart of Sonoma Valley. The huge house, originally designed as the family home, is impressive! It appears as a gothic castle in the middle of the vineyards.It's one of...
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Spoil your dog!

As I was wandering through Sonoma town I came across a funny store. A patisserie for dogs! It's true. They had beautiful mouthwatering cakes and cookies made specially for dogs.You could find there...
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Enjoy a picnic!

The Sonoma Valley is a wonderful place to do a picnic. With its beautiful landscapes and vineyards, nothing more pleasant than doing a picnic .We had a great picnic while we were there. Bought some...
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