Fall, from early September through mid-November, is harvest season in Sonoma County.And farmers are picking more than just grapes. Squash, pumpkins, apples, chestnuts, potatoes, and more are ready to be harvested. Visit during the autumn months and discover the vineyard foliage that turns from green to gold to red. Where else can you enjoy the turning leaves with a glass of wine in your hand? Fall is a magical time in Sonoma County vineyards.
Winter (December through February) in Sonoma County translates to rolling green hills and pastures. The happy yellow color of wild mustard blooms in dormant vineyards. Since it isn’t peak season, Sonoma wineries may offer behind-the-scenes tours, or you may discover your wine tasting room attendant is the winemaker. Sonoma County’s more than 55 miles of Pacific coastline is in season: Fishing fleets in Bodega Bay are active with Dungeness crab season. The whales are migrating and there are several overlooks to see them. Though the weather may be cool with the occasional mist, rain or fog, the mild temperatures bring people to experience such great events as Winter Wineland; Olive Season; Valentines’ Day – Rodney Strong Wine and Chocolate Fantasy. Winter in Sonoma County is full of surprises
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