How will YOU Spring Into Sonoma?

Spring has officially sprung here in Sonoma County. The weather is getting warmer, the grass is green and lush, and the smell of fresh earth is in the air. Vineyards are waking from dormancy to the bright yellows of mustard, fresh white of chamomile, and vibrant pinks of cherry blossoms. Though we love every season in Sonoma, there is something to be said for the natural breathtaking beauty of spring in wine country.

Whether you’re a local, visiting for the day, or planning your spring sojourn, we have rounded up a few offers, events, and activities around Sonoma to help you make the most of that springtime sunshine.

Image courtesy of Quarryhill Botanical Garden.

What’s In Bloom Walks - Quarry Hill Botanical Garden

On the third Thursdays of March, April and June, Quarryhill Executive Director Bill McNamara leads guided tours through the gardens to explore and educate guests on the flora and fauna.

3rd Night Complimentary at Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa

Through April 30th, the world class Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa is offering guests that book two nights, get the third night free. Fill three glorious Sonoma days with spa amenities, local wine tastings, and exploration of the Sonoma Plaza, just minutes away.

Image courtesy of Sonoma Valley Bike Tours.

Sonoma Valley Bike Tour

With perfect temperatures and clear skies, you couldn’t ask for a better time to see Sonoma by bike. Discover Sonoma’s picturesque paths and quaint local wineries, and enjoy a picnic lunch catered by the girl & the fig!

Sonoma Artwalk

Experience the vibrant culture of Sonoma every first Thursday of the month, starting in April with Sonoma Artwalk. Discover Sonoma’s outstanding local art scene and flourishing community on the Plaza starting at 5:30pm. Admission is free!

Wine Tasting in Sonoma

There are a myriad of wonderful wineries to explore in our area. One of the best ways to see them is via a driven wine tour. There are lots great options, with routes that will satisfy every wine taster, from the eager-to-learn novice, to the experienced collector. Take your pick and happy tasting!

How will YOU spring into Sonoma?

Image by Richard Rockley.

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