When it comes to things to do in Sonoma, wine tasting is only the beginning! We’ve compiled a resource here to guide you to the very best experiences in Sonoma. Choose from outdoor adventures, things to do besides wine tasting, things to do with kids, activity options for groups, team-building ideas for corporate groups and more!
Don’t leave Sonoma without slowing down to experience it by bike! Join a guided bike tour hosted by a knowledgeable local Tour Guide and visit local wineries for tastings. Or rent bikes and chart your own course with the aid of Sonoma Valley Bike Tours’ custom route maps and advice from their knowledgeable team. Custom private tour options are also available for both leisure groups and corporate team-building activities.
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Experience a Sonoma sunrise in a magical way you’ll never forget. Your experienced and knowledgeable pilot will act as your guide pointing out local points of interest and the valley’s extraordinary beauty. Enchantment, romance and excitement fill every colorful moment of this graceful adventure.
Strap on your flying helmet, climb up the wing and get snug in the open-air cockpit of a vintage biplane for a thrilling, nostalgic and ultra-romantic tour of wine country. Choose to tour the majestic vineyard landscape or opt for a flight south towards San Francisco with views of the Marin Headlands and the Golden Gate Bridge.
When you realize the sport of bocce originated with the Greeks and the Romans, it makes sense why it feels so natural to play with a glass of wine in hand. The rules are simple and it’s easy to learn, making it a game beginners can learn to enjoy quickly. Contact wineries ahead; bocce court reservations may be required.
Feeling daring or like you might have an innate talent for crafting a classic, California wine blend? Ravenswood Winery offers a blending experience to allow novices to learn and participate in the art of winemaking. During this experience, you’ll blend you own perfect mélange of Zinfandel, Petite Sirah, and Carignane, then take your masterpiece home in a 375 ml bottle.
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