Wine Country Meetings
It’s been six months since the wildfires in Sonoma and Napa counties were extinguished, and the message from locals to planners is clear: Spring is in the air, and it’s business as usual in Wine Country—as beautiful and bucolic as ever.
Lower prices, less traffic and that sense of discovery are often the best reasons to consider alternatives to the familiar destinations when it comes to wine. In the case of four off-the-beaten-path wine regions, add small-town charm and big-time hospitality to the top reasons for groups to visit.
One of Southern California’s oldest and most important wine regions, the Inland Empire, particularly Temecula Valley, is filled with winery venues and wine-related activities for groups.
There's more to Napa and Sonoma than just wine.