So all of my posts have convinced you to take a Sonoma wine country honeymoon, huh? Good for you! You will NOT regret it! There is no other place that combines romance, relaxation, and adventure quite like Sonoma, CA. But where to begin with all of that planning? Half of the battle of a planning a honeymoon is actually planning a honeymoon. The researching and Googling and looking at photos hoping they’re actually accurate and you don’t end up in a total dump of a hotel…ugh, it’s exhausting. To ease all of that honeymoon planning stress, check out The Wine Road. Here’s just how they can help you plan the post-wedding trip of your dreams!
The Wine Road is a unique organization comprised of the best wineries, bed and breakfasts, boutique hotels, and other accommodations in Sonoma county.
Their mission is not only to enhance the area through tourism, but also to make sure guests don’t miss one single bit of wonder the valley has to offer. Their website offers a comprehensive list of must sees, dos, drinks, and eats, making trip planning a breeze.
But to make it even easier, try the Wine Road’s concierge service.
For absolutely no fee whatsoever, a real live person will discover your accommodation, activity, and budget preferences and will create custom recommendations tailored just for you. A complete itinerary of wine tours, tastings, recreations, restaurants, even transportation and lodging, and all you have to do is answer a few questions. It’s like having your own personal Sonoma county travel agent and there’s seriously no cost. Did I mention it’s totally free?
If you like the idea of planning your trip or if you prefer to explore Sonoma on your own, get the Wine Road tasting pass.
Thirty bucks gets you free wine flights at over 60 wineries, allowing you to sample as you go or check them all out. But if you’re like me and don’t really know the difference between a pinot noir and a cabernet, the Wine Road can help with that too. Their website features a whole section full of wine tasting tips and even a glossary of wine terms. You’ll be sippin’ like a pro in no time.
After you’ve arrive in Sonoma, the Wine Road can help you on the ground too.
Their comprehensive maps of Sonoma wineries (yes, a printed, hard copy, physical map that folds up…remember those?) comes in super hand when you’re in the valley and can’t pull up Google maps on your phone (no service!). This baby will get you from point A to point B, although I’d highly recommend just hiring a driver for the day. The Wine Road can help with that too!
From social media to their podcast to their blog and even an app, it’s easy to stay connected with the Wine Road.
I highly suggest giving them a follow to see if they’re a good fit for your honeymoon plans. And if so, then holler at them for the trip of a lifetime!
While this post was sponsored by The Wine Road, all opinions, insight, and recommendations are my own.