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This 4-hour wine and food walking tour, led by a foodie guide, hits half a dozen gourmet highlights of downtown Healdsburg, such as SHED, Costeaux French Bakery and Russian River Tea Company. As you explore this charming wine country town, you'll enjoy three private seated wine tastings perfectly paired with delicious bites at local establishments. Limited to just eight people, this small-group tour provides a personalized experience.
On this moderate bike tour, you will ride approximately 18-20 miles (29 to 32 km) in picturesque Dry Creek Valley, home to the town of Healdsburg. You will sip wines as you bicycle your way through Sonoma County, and enjoy a Wine Country lunch, typically with local organic salad greens, fresh baked bread, artisan cheeses, seasonal fruit and dessert, as well as other delectable additions. This is the perfect choice for those looking for a bike tour of California's beautiful back roads at a leisurely pace. As you cycle through the countryside, your local, professional guide will tell you about the history of the area and take you to wineries for wine tastings.
Experience Wine Country's largest and most beautiful park on horseback on this 90-minute, guided, small-group tour. Discover hundreds of acres of vineyards and the crystal blue waters of Lake Sonoma. Enjoy the rugged and mountainous wilderness and observe Sonoma County's oldest wine growing region, Dry Creek Valley. Helmet, water bottle and parking included.
Tour the small family-owned and -operated Gracianna Winery on the lauded Miracle Mile of Westside Road in Healdsburg, nestled into the rolling hills of beautiful and bountiful Sonoma County. Wine country visitors are welcomed for an intimate tasting experience in a relaxed tasting room overlooking the Mercedes Riverblock Estate vineyard on the Russian River. Gracianna Winery makes award-winning pinot noir, zinfandel, chardonnay, sauvignon blanc and sparkling wine.
This bike tour through Dry Creek Valley is geared toward riders looking to break a sweat and then reward themselves with some exquisite wines when the ride is over. Expect to bike a solid 20 to 30 miles in the morning before getting ready for an afternoon of lunch and wine tasting. Wineries will be determined by guests interests.
Discover the wines of Sonoma County and beyond with a wine tasting at a cooperative tasting room that represents five local wineries offering wines from Apellations of Alexander Valley, Dry Creek Valley, Russian River and beyond. Taste your choice of five selections from more than 30 wines on offer each day, and learn about the California wines from the informative hosts. The wine menu includes white, rosé and red wines, plus dessert wines. The tasting room is open daily and provides a comprehensive introduction to five wineries under one roof.