Want To Indulge In Luxury? Here’s Why You Should Plan a Wine Tour in Sonoma County!

If you’re from Texas—specifically Dallas or Houston—you’ve probably already had the pleasure of going on a wine tour. After all, Texas has its own gorgeous vineyards!

But most of its vineyards are small, and most of them are private; they’re not open to the public.

That’s why you’re interested in the vineyards in Sonoma County—the largest producer of wine by volume in Northern California.

Texas is known for its Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, as well as light wines like Rosé. But you want to try your hand at white wines like Cabernet Blanc, Chardonnay, and Pinot Grigio too.

And since you love trying and tasting new wines, you’ve decided to see what the clamor is all about!

Well, you’ve made the right choice! Here’s why planning a wine tour in Sonoma is a great idea:

You Get Wine At Almost Every Restaurant

Yes, that’s right! One of the best things about Sonoma is that you’ll get served wine with almost every meal you have at a café or restaurant.

That might not be easy to come by in Texas, where beer is the preferred choice, and only high-end French and Italian restaurants serve wine.

You can hit the Girl and the Fig for a scrumptious meal, accompanied by a glass of Chardonnay or Pinot Noir.

But what the restaurant is known for is their Fig Royale—a heavenly wine that’s made from figs! It’ll leave you amazed, and you’ll be ordering seconds.

Café Citti is another café we recommend visiting on your trip. While it’s not a very high-end restaurant, it serves amazing Italian food. However, there’s no bar. But they do serve wine (and that’s what matters), and you can even get beer with your order!

You Get to Taste Award-Winning Wines

That’s right! Sonoma County is known for having some of the best wines in the world. There are so many wines from Napa Valley and Calistoga that have won numerous gold medals for their quality, and for their taste.

The vineyards are also famous; you’ll recognize the scenic views from several movies that were shot in Sonoma County. Movies like the Bird’s Eye by Alfred Hitchcock and American Graffiti by George Lucas were all shot here.

Sonoma County is known for its Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, making it perfect for Dallasites and Houstonians who have a taste for such wines and textures.

We offer wine tours and vacation rentals for Dallas and Houston travelers in Napa Valley. If you’re looking for a wine tour and vacation rental service that can make your stay in Sonoma County incredible and unforgettable, feel free to get in touch with us for more information.