The largest and warmest AVA in Sonoma County, Alexander Valley stretches from Healdsburg to Cloverdale with a wide range of star-quality wineries in between. Trentadue Winery happens to be one of them! The winter season welcomes a great time to visit us at Trentadue Winery to experience all this region has to offer, without the crowds of busy season.
Here are out top tips for planning the perfect day for sipping and swirling with us:
Book in Advance: Start with a plan, and then plan to be flexible.
We have so many options available to show off our latest and greatest wines for you at the winery.
Gather a crew with you and set up a tasting in the La Storia Reserve room for a cozy, intimate experience. The Trentadue family history is deeply rooted to the land as farmers with decades of experience turning the fruit of our land into the wines that you now know and love, and our La Storia wines are a unique expression of this.
Not a planner by nature? How about just plan to show up at our tasting room to drop in for a bar tasting? Our Trentadue Tasting is a perfect place to start. We offer daily tours at 11am and 2pm, with no reservation needed!
Plan a lunch stop:
We love the nibbles and the history at The Jimtown Store. This Sonoma County landmark has been dishing out love and goods since 1895 when it first opened up as a general store, post office and meeting place. Now, it not only stays true to its roots with local farm ingredients across the menu, but it also has a fun collection of goods and shopping to do while you’re visiting.
Hire a driver:
There are so many wines to taste at the Estate, we want you to enjoy every drop AND get home safely. Whether you’re visiting from around the Bay Area or staying overnight in one of the local Sonoma hotels, book your driver in advance so you can taste the day away with no worries.
With an extensive list of reliable transportation companies serving Sonoma, you can get an insider’s scoop from a local driver, or go big with a full-blown limo service.
Pack for winter vineyard weather:
From January through March is some of the rainiest time of year in Sonoma wine country. It's the time our vines are dormant and the rain comes and the cloud cover makes for some misty scenery in the vineyard! Make sure to pack a rain jacket and boots for your wine country tours so you can stay comfy and dry while you're sipping and swirling.
Take advantage of the tasting rooms on rainy days in the tasting room! There are often less visitors, which means more room to sidle up to the bar with your host and learn more about your favorite wines! Our La Storia Reserve wines are perfectly paired with chilly weather and great conversations.
We can’t wait to welcome you to our family’s Estate to experience everything we love about growing wine in the Sonoma County.