Oct 19, 2012
The Sonoma wine trade is two hundred years old and worth a half a billion dollars annually. With that much bling, you’d expect it to be overrun by garish idiots with deep pockets and shallow morals. But it’s not.
This is a gentle country of small towns and smart farmers. Most of the wineries are still family-owned, producing wines of eclectic brilliance. Dive bars abound, and you’re positive to run into a winemaker or two pondering the latest vintage.
Come with us on the consummate tasting of Sonoma wines, from Alexander Valley to Russian River and Dry Creek Valley. It’s an exciting class that will open your eyes to the full range of fine California wines, with flavors ranging from the light and elegant to the bold and robust. We call it the Sonoma Wine Bible, because there’s so much to learn and experience in this very rich -- quite literally -- wine region.
Wine School of Philadelphia
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