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A Biweekly Conversation.

The Wine Road provides the Wine, When and Where of Northern Sonoma to locals and visitors with tips and news on events, wineries, restaurants, outdoor activities, and places to stay.

Hosts Marcy Gordon and Beth Costa share their insider stories about the places to check out when you're exploring along the Wine Road.

Thank you to County of Sonoma, Board of Supervisors - District 5 for their support.

Jul 29, 2021

Wine Road Podcast Episode 130
Sponsored by Ron Rubin Winery

Vicky Farrow—Amista Vineyards

Amista owner Vicky Farrow joins us to share how she and her husband Mike got started making wine in their garage which eventually led to starting Amista which means “making friends” in Spanish. We talk about Amista’s award...

Jul 1, 2021

Wine Road Podcast Episode 129

Aphrodite Caserta from Safari West—the Sonoma Serengeti

Safari West is one of the premier wildlife destinations in the United States featuring an expansive wildlife collection set within the natural beauty of the woods and rolling hills of Sonoma County, Safari West truly is the closest...

Jun 17, 2021

Wine Road Podcast Episode 128

Orsi Family Vineyards with Teri Rolleri, Chief Executive Hospitalian

Searching for Italy? You can find it along the Wine Road at Orsi Family Vineyards in Healdsburg—one of our newest Wine Road members. Teri Rolleri tells us all about the rare and unusual Italian varietals you’ll find...

Jun 3, 2021

Back From Hiatus with the Latest News from the Wine Road

Wine Road Podcast Episode 127

Marcy and Beth are back from hiatus to bring you up to date with what’s happening now on along the wine road as our area prepares to reopen and what to expect when you visit. Also on deck, our Wine of the Day, Williamson Tickled...

Apr 29, 2021

Episode 126 –Tallia Hart -- CEO of Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce

We chat with Tallia Hart, CEO of Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce about what’s new and happening in Healdsburg, it’s position at the crossroads of wine country, and what makes the town unique. (Hint: it’s the community spirit!)