New Year's Resolution: Drink More Wine!

2015 Wine Road Winter Wineland

This New Year let’s be realistic and strive for something really fun to do: Drink more wine! Make it happen in one easy step on one wonderful road: The Wine Road’s annual Winter WINEland weekend is coming in hot (January 17–18), so get your tickets now and benefit from an early-bird discount. Prices increase at the door! Then it’s time to drink more wine. The Wine Road comprises over 200 Sonoma County wineries from the Russian River, Dry Creek, and Alexander valleys. Grab some friends and spend the day tasting limited production wines, sampling new releases and library wines and talking to the winemakers, all while exploring Sonoma County’s beautiful back roads to boutique wineries. Check out a map and choose your own wine tasting adventure. Most wineries will be offering savings on wine and many will offer food that pairs nicely, plus plenty of giftware and shipping discounts. This winter, all roads lead to wine…

BONUS: Winter WINEland sells out quickly, so get your tickets early and save (advance sales end on January 12).

The Wine Road’s Winter WINEland weekend is January 17–18, 2015. 

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