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“Beau Wine Tours - Sonoma”
Review of Sonoma Valley

Sonoma Valley
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$85.00*
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Half-Day Wine Country Tour
Ranked #3 of 119 things to do in Sonoma
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: One of the prime wine producing regions in California. A visit to Sonoma Valley yields an outstanding array of food, lodging and scenery.
Reviewed April 20, 2012

We really enjoyed our tour of Napa and Sonoma valleys. Paul Potocky was our Chauffeur/Tour Guide. Without hesitation we would highly recommend Paul. For his knowledge of the (to numerous to mention) wineries and history of the area was most interesting. A day well spent. Andy & Sue.

Thank Sue B
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Reviewed April 19, 2012

This is a tremendous area if you are planning a vacation to visit vineyards. I visited a number of vineyards in the area and the wine quality was very good in each one. It also seems that the staff working at the vineyards know their wines and I found them to be very friendly. I highly recommend visiting vineyards along Olivet Road and the Russian River. I imagine most travelers to this area tend to stay to vineyards close to Sonoma but the vineyards a little further afield are well worth the trip.

Thank powelltbs
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Reviewed April 14, 2012

You could spend all day (s) just eating at the varied restaurants, cheese factories, curios, gift shops or see the historic sights like the last and only Mexican mission, where the calif. flag was designed and first flown or the largest cork oak tree in Sonoma county all around the largest plaza in Calif. Or you can use Sonoma as your base and travel to the world class wineries, olive oil producers, bakeries, Jack London park and quaint villages, within minutes of of each other. Such a paradise. and so tourist welcoming.
There is something for everyone of all ages and all budgets. You can have a $10. lunch down a quaint alley at Murphy's pub or spend $45. at Girl and the Fig. Free cheese tasting at 2 cheese producers. Or take the kids to train town.

3  Thank Barry L
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Reviewed April 2, 2012

Spring time in the valley and the wone buds are starting to appear. Crowds not out yet but plenty of activity to make it interesting.

Thank BarbTacoma_WA
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Reviewed March 26, 2012

Wonderful views, great vineyards, people and food. All this in a casual, laid back atmosphere. No offense to Napa, but I prefer Sonoma. Very senior friendly and the wine seems to take the place of the Fountain of Youth. The Plaza is a must, as it is the central location for "the hang". Good music and a Farmer's Market as well. Stray away from the plaza and make sure you stop by Vela Cheese, you won't be disappointed. Try Della Santina, a lovely Italian restaurant with excellent food and wine and good service. Browse thru the several interesting shops in the town. Make sure you visit the vineyards and bring along a picnic lunch and eat on their grounds. Buy some wine and you will be set. Just a great place to spend a long weekend or more. Do not forget to take photos during this trip and most of all relax, everyone else is.

3  Thank john m
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