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    Kid Friendly Wineries in Sonoma, CA

    You’d be surprised at how many kid friendly wineries you can find in Sonoma, Ca. I fall more in love with Sonoma County with every visit. Of course I’ll still enjoy a good trip to Napa – because, well, wine is wine, but for a more casual, down-to-earth experience in wine tasting up in Northern California, I highly recommend a weekend in Sonoma. The two we went to in the afternoon were Gundlach Bundschu (I became obsessed with it a couple days prior and had to come back!) and then we hit up Sebastiani after a stroll downtown. Of course when kids are involved you’re not hitting up 4 wineries in a day – that’s just irresponsible! We were able to take a tour at Gundlach, picnicked a little, then went downtown for a chocolate tasting with the kids and some ice cream! Afterwards, we ended the day at Sebastiani where there was anoter picnic area and fountains and a wider space for the kids to play. We should’ve brought their kites! Next time.

    *Happy my dad accompanied me on this one. Always bring a designated driver, even if you only had a couple tastings! Cheers!

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    Nothing like a 70-degree day and dancing in a vineyard with your kiddos!

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    It’s not as busy on a weekday at Gundlach, so that’s when I recommend going. We were able to sit in the patio area that’s usually reservations only, and they even had time to find some crayons and paper for the kids to have something to do!

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    ^ditto!

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    ^only kind of flu shot I’d ever go with!

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    We all know towns like this. With boutique stores and “clearance/sales” where even half off you’re spending $80 on a brand you’ve never heard of!

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    ^Any snaps of me were taken by my Dad!

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