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What’s New in Sonoma County, California: September 2017

September 11, 2017 Destination North America No Comments Email Email

Fall means harvest time in Sonoma County, when months of careful nurturing comes to fruition in the vineyards and winery crush pads. Other efforts are coming to fruition as well, with the introduction of new tasting rooms, restaurants, lodgings, tours, attractions, shops, and more. Here’s a sampling of the bustling activity that’s under way in Sonoma Wine Country.

For a free visitors guide or information on hotels, wineries, events, spas, attractions, and dining in Sonoma County, visit or call 707-522-5800 or 800-576-6662. For a complete calendar of upcoming events, visit


Sip wine, support equal rights with Equality Vines
A passion for excellent wine and equal rights come together in the Equality Vines Tasting Room in Guerneville, in Sonoma County’s Russian River Valley, with 20 percent of wine sales going to the ongoing fight for equality for all.

Co-founded by Matt Grove, Michael Volpatt, and Jim Obergefell, Equality Vines is the first cause wine portfolio dedicated to equality for all people. Its limited-production, boutique wines are crafted by star-quality winemakers using fruit sourced from prized vineyards.

Each wine comes with a story, like the 2014 The Decision Pinot Noir celebrating the landmark Supreme Court decision, or the 2016 19th Amendment Sauvignon Blanc ($2 from every bottle sold goes to the League of Women’s Voters). Visit for a list of the organizations supported by Equality Vines.

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