The Sonoma Valley Vintners and Growers Alliance has confirmed the participation of more than 40 wineries at this year’s Passport to Sonoma Valley, taking place May 17 and 18 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at venues throughout the historic valley.
Visitors to the valley-wide open house will be issued a “passport,” providing them unprecedented access to the wines and wineries of California’s oldest wine region, including special pricing, exclusive wine offers and internationally themed celebrations.
As was the case last year, a portion of the Passport to Sonoma Valley proceeds will go to the SVVGA Scholarship Fund, which helps provide college tuition for senior level high school students who have good academic records and family in the wine industry.
Tickets to this year’s Passport to Sonoma Valley are priced at $50/weekend, $45/day and $10/designated driver when purchased in advance, or $60/weekend and $55/day when purchased at the event (subject to availability).
On the day of the event, ticket holders and those wishing to purchase tickets must check in at one of four designated locations – Viansa Winery, Valley of the Moon Winery, The Lodge at Sonoma or St. Francis Winery – to receive their passport and complimentary wine glass.
For more information on check-in locations or to purchase tickets, visit sonomavalleywine.com or call 707-935-0803.