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RUSSIAN RIVER VALLEY

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Woodenhead Winery
Location: 5700 River Road, Santa Rosa CA
Phone: 707-887-2703
Wine Types: Blended Red Wines, Carignane, Charbono, Chardonnay, French Colombard, Pinot Noir, Sparkling Wine, Syrah, Zinfandel
Amenities: Air Conditioning, Pets Allowed, Picnic Facilities, Tasting Fee, Tasting Fee Refundable with Purchase
Region: Russian River Valley
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Zouzounis Wines
Location: 7680 Bell Road, Windsor CA
Phone: 707-431-7945
Wine Types: Petite Sirah, Rose, Zinfandel
Amenities: Air Conditioning, Tasting Fee, Tasting Fee Refundable with Purchase
Region: Russian River Valley
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DAY TRIPS

All of it off Olivet Road

On this route, you will be surprised at all the varietals within a 10-mile radius! From Pinot Noir to Abouriou and Chardonnay to Viognier.

Backyard of the Russian River

With soil lush from the Russian River, Forestville and the surrounding area never disappoint the palate. Gravity flow winemaking and donut pairing will surely entice your taste buds.

More Zin Please - Part 1

For the serious Zin Lover who thinks that just one Zin per winery just isn’t enough.

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More Zin Please – Part 2

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I Love Merlot

After the character Miles in Sideways spoke disparagingly of Merlot, some Merlot drinkers hid their love of this delicious Bordeaux grape. But many others know better, and stand proud in their love for this noble varietal. We have many stellar Merlots produced along the Wine Road. Here are just a few.

 

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Savoring Chardonnays

For Chardonnay lovers seeking out vineyard-designated Chardonnays, a trip to the Russian River Valley will seem like Nirvana!

 

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Old Vine Zinfandels

Enjoy the depth and magic of old vine Zins grown and produced in the cooler climate of the Russian River Valley.

 

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Can’t Get Enough Viognier

This voluptuous, floral white wine is often overlooked for better-known varietals like Chardonnay, yet dozens of wineries along the Wine Road produce a stellar Viognier.

 

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No Such Thing as Too Many Pinots - Part 1

Sometimes you just want to try Pinot, and not just one Pinot per winery, but several per winery. If that’s the case, we’ve got you covered. All the wineries listed specialize in Pinots, and make several different vineyard designated or appellation designated Pinot Noirs every year.

 

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No Such Thing as Too Many Pinots – Part 2

Sometimes you just want to try Pinot, and not just one Pinot per winery, but several per winery. If that’s the case, we’ve got you covered. All the wineries listed specialize in Pinots, and make several different vineyard designated or appellation designated Pinot Noirs every year.

 

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No Such Thing as Too Many Pinots – Part 3

Sometimes you just want to try Pinot, and not just one Pinot per winery, but several per winery. If that’s the case, we’ve got you covered. All the wineries listed specialize in Pinots, and make several different vineyard designated or appellation designated Pinot Noirs every year.

 

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No Such Thing as Too Many Pinots – Part 4

Sometimes you just want to try Pinot, and not just one Pinot per winery, but several per winery. If that’s the case, we’ve got you covered. All the wineries listed specialize in Pinots, and make several different vineyard designated or appellation designated Pinot Noirs every year.

 

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No Such Thing as Too Many Pinots – Part 5

Sometimes you just want to try Pinot, and not just one Pinot per winery, but several per winery. If that’s the case, we’ve got you covered. All the wineries listed specialize in Pinots, and make several different vineyard designated or appellation designated Pinot Noirs every year.

 

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West County for the Day

West Sonoma County at its finest! Enjoy exquisite Pinot and Chardonnay while taking in the breathtaking beauty of the Russian River Valley from valley floor to crest.

UPDATED Wine Road Tasting Pass

With restrictions in place requiring wineries to limit their guests, we have updated our Wine Road Tasting Pass.

The participating wineries have all opted to offer one or two benefits to “Pass” holders.

Please note all wineries do require a reservation, so make sure you have made arrangements to taste, prior to buying your pass (they are not refundable).

Wineries will offer one of the following…

  • 2 for 1 Tasting (2 people will be able to enjoy a tasting, and only pay 1 tasting fee).
  • 10% off your wine purchase the day you are using your Tasting Pass.
  • FREE shipping on a case of wine, the day you use your Tasting Pass.

The more you buy, the more you save!

You will need to select the DATE you plan to use your “Pass” when you make your purchase. The pass is only good for ONE DAY.

For a list of Participating Wineries By Area SEE BELOW

For the list of offers by winery CLICK HERE

2020 TASTING PASS BLACKOUT DATES

  • 1/1, 1/18-1/20, 3/6-3/8, 3/13-3/15, 4/12, 4/25-4/26, 7/4, 11/6-11/8, 11/26-11/28, 12/24-12/31

REFUND POLICY

Sales are FINAL and non-refundable. No full or partial refunds are given to customers who will miss the event. The ticket is valid only on the dat[s] of the event as listed and may not be exchanged or redeemed for any other dates.

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ABOUT RUSSIAN RIVER VALLEY

World renowned for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, the Russian River Valley also offers beautiful landscapes as you travel its back roads and byways—acres of vineyards, tree-lined roads, the Russian River, and majestic Redwood trees. A signature feature of the area is the frequent ocean fog that creeps up the Russian River and blankets the land in the evening, only to retreat with the warming morning sun.

Though Pinot Noir is the best-known varietal from the Russian River Valley region, there are many other delicious wines produced in this cooler climate appellation. Try locally grown and produced Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Blanc, and Gewürztraminer if you are seeking some white wine options. In addition to Pinot, red varietals include Zinfandel, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Sangiovese to name just a few.

Along with many wine tasting choices, this area offers recreational opportunities like kayaking and hiking, quaint towns to explore, and art galleries to wander through. With several towns in the area, you’ll also find many terrific local eateries. So, go forth and explore!

Quick Facts

Vineyard acres: 13,896
Number of wineries: 94
Tasting rooms in AVA that are WineRoad Members: 74
AVA established in:1983
Key Varietals Produced: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir

Towns in the AVA

Forestville
Fulton
Graton
Guerneville
Healdsburg
Santa Rosa
Sebastopol

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Russian River Valley Itineraries
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