Sonoma County’s Alexander Valley Summer Open House

There are 13 wine regions in Sonoma County and approximately 200 wineries. After living in Sonoma County for 15 years, I have yet to visit each winery at least once. I usually start with an ambitious plan to visit 3 or 4 wineries. However, the beauty of Northern California’s Wine Country combined with welcoming hospitality and unforgettable wines makes it difficult to move at anything other than a leisurely pace.

Vineyards at Sausal Vineyard & Winery, a family owned winery.

Each wine region in Sonoma County stands out for different reasons. The locations of the regions vary from acres of land in the valley or on the coast, to vineyards planted on mountainsides. One region consisting of 15,000 acres dedicated to the growth of the grapes that are the foundation to award-winning wines, is Alexander Valley.

Enjoy the view from Soda Rock Winery.

Alexander Valley is home to approximately 40 wineries. There are events that highlight most or all of the wineries in Alexander Valley and there are more intimate events that spotlight a smaller collection of Alexander Valley wineries. The Alexander Valley Summer Open House on July 9, 2011 focuses on nine wineries; Alexander Valley Vineyards, Fieldstone Winery, Johnson’s Alexander Valley Wines, Hanna Winery, Medlock Ames, Sausal Winery, Soda Rock Winery, Stonestreet Winery, and White Oak Winery.

Beautiful and relaxing seating area at Stonestreet Wines.

From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. guests are invited to taste Alexander Valley wines, enjoy Sonoma County cuisine, and purchase their favorite wines at discounted prices. This event provides a wonderful representation of Alexander Valley wines on a day that is certain to be sunny, warm, and beautiful.

The Mediteranean-style White Oak Vineyards & Winery is impressive and welcoming.

Contact Pure Luxury soon for your safe, private, chauffeured transportation for this special event. Your chauffeur can pick you up from the most convenient location for you, negotiate the roads and parking, and make sure you arrive safely at your final destination.

One thought on “Sonoma County’s Alexander Valley Summer Open House

  1. Great article, we’re coming out in July and will now definitely visit Alexander Valley. We may need to rent a car too, obviously from Pure Luxury. Thanks for the great information.

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