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"A Taste of Sonoma County": It's wine time in Phoenix and Tucson

"A Taste of Sonoma County, California" event poster
"A Taste of Sonoma County, California" event poster
Courtesy of Northern Sonoma County Wine Road

A wine time will be had by all as the folks from Northern Sonoma County’s Wine Road, a coalition of wineries and places to lodge in the Alexander, Russian River and Dry Creek Valleys bring the “A Taste of Sonoma County, California” wine tasting event to Phoenix and Tucson. The Phoenix tasting takes place in the city’s historic Wrigley Mansion on February 18 and the Tucson event happens on February 19 at the Hacienda del Sol Guest Ranch Resort.

“A Taste of Sonoma County, California” will give wine lovers the chance to sample about 50 different wines, including offerings from Lost Canyon, Inman Family, Balletto, Alexander Valley, Jordan, Woodenhead, Rodney Strong, Hook and Ladder, Collier Falls, Carol Shelton and Battaglini Estates wineries. Hors d’oeuvres will be served and each event will feature a silent auction with all proceeds going to St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance and Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona.

Both events begin at 6:30 pm and go until 9:00 pm. Tickets are $50 each in advance or $60 at the door and may be ordered at the Eventbrite website.