Check out what we have been up to....
Check out what we have been up to....

January 9

Our first Task Force meeting for Wine & Food Affair. Changes, they are on the way! We're looking to raise the level of food being offered, highlight local chefs and create a more robust weekend of wine and food pairings, highlighting the food scene in Sonoma County.

January 9

We recorded our first podcasts in 2019. These focused on Barrel Tasting, real "cork" with the director of the Cork Association and our online recipes with the chef from Francis Ford Coppola Winery.

January 18-20

We hosted Alison Bailin, a journalist from Arizona, who writes for multiple glossy magazines throughout the Phoenix area. The pitch was to write about direct flights from Phoenix to Wine Road and the diversity we have to offer once you arrive. We will send links once the stories are published. Thank you to the Grape Leaf Inn for providing lodging for Alison.

January 19-20

Our 27th Annual Winter WINEland. This year we had 4400 advance sales and it seems an additional 400 were sold at the door (still waiting on a few wineries to turn in paperwork).

January 30

Beth and Mysty packed up and headed to Rancho Mirage for a few days of wine and dining local press, prior to setting up at the Rancho Mirage Wine & Food Festival. When some of those journalists publish articles, we will share the links with everyone.
Wine Road provides a variety of ways for visitors to stay connected, along with our social media posts, we also offer these platforms;
Our newsletter My Wine Road was sent January 4th to 50,000 subscribers
Our blog Along the Wine Road posted January 2nd
Our podcast Wine Road posted new episodes January 10th & 24th
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