With hundreds of wineries in Sonoma Valley alone, you're going to have to cover a lot of ground if you want to see even a handful of them. Don't worry, because there are several ways that you can do Sonoma Valley wine tours, and just four of them are listed below.



 This is obviously one of the ways that you can tour Sonoma Valley wineries whether you use your own car or you rent one. However, aimlessly driving around and hoping you come across a great wineryisn't usually the best option, especially if you're restricted on time. Instead, check out this super-handy Sonoma Valley Winery Map that also features the names, websites, and phone numbers of wineries to make it easy for you to find what you want.



Want to burn off those wine calories? Doing a bike tour can be a great option. There's group bike tours, private bike tours, and self-guided bike tours available that allow you to go through and around various Sonoma Valley wineries. You'll be able to learn all about the wine-making process, taste-test some fabulous wines, and be out in the sunshine. Rent a bike or bring your own.


Did you know that there's a Sonoma Valley Wine Trolley? It involves a six hour cable car wine tour in a replica of an 1890s San Francisco cable car. You'll be able to do a wine tasting at four Sonoma Valley wineries and enjoy beautiful scenic views. Beverages as well as a catered picnic lunch is included.



Want to get a little fancy? Rent a limo and do a Sonoma Valley wine tour in style. There are some companies that have limo wine tours already in place while for others you can rent a limo and make your own tour depending on where you want to go. This is an especially good option for those who are looking to celebrate a special occasion, such as a bachelorette party.

There's no shortage of ways to do a Sonoma Valley wine tour, which means that there's something for everyone. However you choose to do your tour, there's few things better than enjoying some fantastic wine and everything that Sonoma Valley has to offer.