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Sonoma: The Ultimate Winery Guide

Sonoma: The Ultimate Winery Guide

Revised and Updated, Second Edition

By Heidi H. Cusick-Dickerson,Photographs by Richard Gillette,Preface by Rodney Strong,Foreword by John Ash


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Spilling over with spectacular vistas and practical information, Sonoma is the ultimate guide to one of California's premier wine regions. This new edition is fully updated, including five new winery profiles as well as a fresh new cover and interior design. Renowned wine and food writer Heidi H. Cusick-Dickerson reveals which wineries have the best gardens, the most informative tours, and the most magnificent views. She also highlights the best season to visit each site and offers insightful information on winemaking and local history. Sidebars outline directions, visiting hours, and winery highlights, and a detailed map is printed on the inside covers of the book, making for easy navigation. Illustrated with Richard Gillette's stunning, full-color photography, Sonoma: The Ultimate Winery Guide is both a practical guide to the region and a beautiful keepsake.

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Size: 10 x 9-5/8 in;
Pages: 120 pp;
color photographs throughout
Format: Paperback
Publication: February 2005
ISBN: 9780811842006
ISBN10: 811842002
Heidi H. Cusick-Dickerson has written about food and wine in Northern California for more than two decades. She has written several books, as well as articles for such publications as Wine Enthusiast and the San Francisco Chronicle. She lives in Mendocino, California.

Richard Gillette's photography has appeared in Wine Spectator, Travel & Leisure, and Food & Wine magazines, among others. He lives in Marin County, California.

John Ash is an internationally recognized chef, educator, and author. He lives in Santa Rosa, California.

Rodney Strong first made a name for himself in Sonoma County's wine industry in the 1960s and '70s. Now retired, his legacy continues in his namesake winery. He lives in Alexander Valley.