California Wine Country Guide
Please note: Wine Country is open to visitors and very busy. Most wineries in Napa, Sonoma, and Paso Robles require reservations. Drop-in tasting is less available except in the smaller or less popular wine regions.
Experience California’s Wine & Food Scene
Three very cool wine towns to travel
Travel some beautiful wine country backroads
Wine Country Getaways – Creators Janelle and Joe Becerra frequently travel throughout the year to California wine regions to explore and discover adventures in wine country. Janelle and Joe’s wine country expertise is apparent on these pages. This wine travel guide is a Mom and Pop operation that you will enjoy exploring. Happy trip planning!
What you find in these pages: Designated wine trails in large and small wine regions in California. The wine trails lead to a mix of wineries and tasting rooms that will delight the wine country traveler. Find out which are the best wineries for visiting and learning about wine. Discover the best lodging and restaurants. Follow Insider Tips for discovering little-known backroads, picnic areas, hiking, and much more in wine country.
Wine country Getaways takes no advertising from wineries. The winery recommendations and blog reports are solely from the travel experiences of Janelle and Joe. Where else on the Internet is it possible to have this type of unbiased wine country information?
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