Flight tickets? Check! Vacation rental? Booked. Adventure Guide? Hired! While you may have covered all the bases for your blissful vacation to Wine Country, there’s something most of us tend to forget. In recent years, there has been a dramatic increase in travel stress and anxiety. From worrying about booking the right rental to constantly rummaging through websites in search of affordable flight tickets, the thought of vacation itself sends us into panic mode.
As one of the leading wine-producing regions in the world, Sonoma County, CA is a tourist hub for wine enthusiasts. Known for the dozens of affordable wine tours from cities like New York to Sonoma County, travelers will always have plenty of options to try. But, there’s 4 wines New Yorkers need to try during their visit to Wine Country.
Spring break is one time of the year college students—and professors—look forward to. It’s right after the stress of mid-terms and gives you the perfect excuse to party, let loose and make memories to last a lifetime. It’s short enough not to commit to any responsibilities and long enough to squeeze a quick getaway out of it. If you’re from Seattle, we’d recommend you to have a great spring break …
When in Healdsburg, do as the Healdsburg-ians do! Among the many wine-rich regions in California, Healdsburg is one that has put the others to shame. Located in Sonoma County, Healdsburg is the hub of all tourist activities and receives a fair share of vacationers every year. Year after year, it sends back throngs of tourists with valuable memories of a trip that they’ll remember for a lifetime.
There’s no doubt that wine country is stunning during the spring and summer months. But, there is a mysterious allure Winter in Sonoma County. With smaller crowds and less traffic, Sonoma County’s vast plains, gorgeous valleys and diverse towns await you in the slow winters. The colder months bring a host of local events and amazing deals on some of the most renowned wineries.
Alexander Valley is located around an hour from the north of San Francisco. The valley is home to more than 100 wineries and a selection of exquisite farm-to-table restaurants. It also has small towns like Geyserville, Healdsburg, and Cloverdale that are known for their talented artists and artisans, making it a popular destination for tourists who enjoy the combination of art and red wines. Alexander Valley has more art galleries …