Sonoma Wine Country: A Wine & Food Affair (VIDEO)


Tasting Along the Wine Road

For 14 years Northern Sonoma County wine country has taken wine and food pairing to new heights. Blending well sought after chefs with amazing winemakers, the 14th Annual Wine & Food Affair goes beyond just getting creative with cuisine, they are mastering the marriage of food and wine. With nearly 200 vintners and 50 lodgings throughout the Alexander, Dry Creek, and Russian River valleys it’s no wonder why wine lovers and foodies from across the country head to Northern Sonoma County for the annual event.

In this wine video, Monique Soltani makes a grape escape along the Wine Road less traveled for her award-winning channel Wine Oh TV, and shows us why this wine and food event is an affair to remember!

14th Annual A Wine & Food Affair

Saturday & Sunday, November 3 & 4, 2012 ~ 11 am to 4 pm each day

A Wine & Food Affair is the premier event for Wine Road – Northern Sonoma County!

The 103 WINERIES participating in the 2012 event.

A weekend of wine and food pairing in the Alexander, Dry Creek and Russian River Valleys. 
All of the wineries participating will have a favorite winery recipe in the cookbook, which they will prepare both days for you to sample, along with the perfect wine. Ticket holders will receive their cookbook, tasting glass and wristband upon check-in.

Designated Drivers are given a different color wristband and they are not served wine. Designated Drivers do receive the cookbook!

Trione Vineyards & Winery

19550 Geyserville Avenue, Geyserville CA 95441


Hand crafted wines from five estate vineyards in three Sonoma County appellations. For over three decades, the Trione family has raised premium grapes that have been the foundation of many award-winning wines. Now we bring our grapes to you in wines bottled under our own label, Trione Vineyards & Winery. It is the culmination of their family’s long commitment to Sonoma County.

Merriam Vineyards

11654 Los Amigos Road, Healdsburg CA 95448


Native New Englanders Peter and Diana Merriam first envisioned a French-style winery in the United States during their honeymoon in France, where they were struck by the rich culture of food and wine and the seamless quality between life and work among French vignerons. After more than a five-year search for the perfect vineyard with pedigree, they purchased Windacre in 2000 and began blending French-style wines on the warmest edge of the Russian River Valley.

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