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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

More Warnings and Dangers in Sonoma

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Fast Racecars, Slow Traffic

Sonoma Raceway (known locally by its original name, Sears Point Raceway) is at the junction of Highways 37 and 121 on the way to Sonoma. Be advised that if you're traveling to or from Sonoma on a race...
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Watch That Blood Alcohol Level

Make sure that you have a designated driver or a rented limousine if you're planning a day of winetasting. All of those little tastes of wine add up in your body, and you can get drunk faster than you...
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alcohol and driving

It’s difficult to find any danger here at Sonoma but drinking several wines and then try to drive it’s kind of risky... hm, better say dangerous, not only for you but for the other drivers too. They...
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Feed the Ducks - Carefully

There's a duck pond in Sonoma Plaza, and people love to bring bread to feed the ducks. However, I just learned recently from an article in the local paper that bread is very bad for ducks. It expands...
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Watch out, because they are after YOU

I know that it is wine country and everyone is drinking wine, but you really need to watch out for the cops around here. Sonoma Police, Sonoma County Sheriffs and California Highway Patrol all cruise...
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Drinking & Driving

While it is all great fun to go and taste wines at all these great places, it is easy to quickly become quite intoxicated. It is of paramount importance to designate a driver. The roads are mostly...
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AttentionIf you want to taste...

AttentionIf you want to taste all these fine wines and champagnes be sure that your driver isn't drinking as well, lol!!
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Top Hotels in Sonoma

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29 E. MacArthur St., Sonoma, California, 95476, United States
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630 Broadway, Sonoma, California, 95476, United States
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896 W. Napa St., Sonoma, California, 95476, United States
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100 Boyes Blvd., Sonoma, California, 95476-1447, United States
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1325 Broadway at Leveroni & Napa Roads, Sonoma, California, 95476, United States
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480 First St. E., Sonoma, California, 95476, United States
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Top Things to Do in Sonoma

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Sonoma Town Center

Take sometime to visit the center of Sonoma and explore some of the side streets. There are wall paintings, shops and great restaurants. Beautiful, quiet park to enjoy and some interesting characters...
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Sonoma Mission

The Sonoma Mission sits just a block from the corner of the Town Plaza. It is the last of twenty one missions that begins in San Diego. The mission was built in 1823 and served as a working mission...
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Toscano Hotel

The Toscano Hotel, built in the 1850s, is a quick and interesting historic stop if you're in Sonoma on the right afternoons. Take a tour through the parlor, bar, and hotel in the main building, and...
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Downtown

Like many towns, Sonoma was built around a central plaza, or town square. This area has the courthouse, surrounded by a small, pleasant park. Around it are the Mission, the Barracks, numerous hotels,...
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Lachryma Montis

Background About a mile west of the Town Plaza lies General Vallejo's home. The native Indians called the area of his home "Chiucuyem (crying mountain) however Vallejo took the name from the latin...
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Salvador Vallejo Home

The founder of Sonoma built this house in 1847. General Vallejo was the commander of the local garrison that protected the mission. He lived here for over 35 years until his death in 1890. the...
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"Sonoma is Fine Even Without the Wine"
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