Exploring Sonoma County's Wine Road Just Got Easier with the Launch of the New VisitWineRoad.com Website

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Wine Road’s new sister website, http://www.visitwineroad.com provides new and expanded resources for travelers exploring the region including updated lists of wineries, interactive maps and trip planner guides

Wine Road’s new sister website, http://www.visitwineroad.com provides new and expanded resources for travelers exploring the region. Encompassing the Alexander, Dry Creek, and Russian River Valleys in Northern Sonoma County, the websites’ maps and trip planner functions highlight 190 vintners and more than 50 lodgings throughout the area. As part of the new content created to help users better enjoy their time in wine country, The Swirl, Sniff & Taste tab provides wine enthusiasts with suggestions on how to make the most of their next tasting experience. VisitWineRoad.com also provides details on area resources for visitors such as tour operators, accommodations and more.

With nearly 200 wineries in the Wine Road association, planning which ones to take in, where to stay, what to sip, and where to eat can be tricky. While there are no wrong choices in Sonoma County, there are still expectations to create the ultimate wine country adventure. VisitWineRoad.com provides targeted day trip itineraries catered to different experiences and interests. Everything is covered by Sonoma County’s Wine Road, from French-style chateaux like Jordan Vineyard and Winery and Italian-style villas with bocce ball courts like Pedroncelli Winery, to architecturally modern producers such as Twomey Cellars, and even garagiste micro-wineries, like Frick Winery, off the beaten path. To begin exploring, visit http://www.visitwineroad.com.

The Wine Road is a travel resource for those looking to visit the region, which is famous for its renowned wine producers and cuisine, scenic beauty, and wine country lifestyle. The association hosts three celebrated wine events throughout the year, “Winter Wineland” in January; “Barrel Tasting” in March; and “A Wine & Food Affair” in November. Made up of 190 vintners and 50-plus lodgings throughout the Alexander, Dry Creek, and Russian River valleys in Sonoma County, something is always going on along the Wine Road. To plan your next trip, please visit: http://www.visitwineroad.com. For additional information, or to request a free map, contact Beth Costa at 800.723.6336 or via e-mail at info(at)wineroad(dot)com, or visit the Wine Road on Twitter and Facebook.

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