Sonoma Valley Trail Rides to Offer Horseback Rides at Alta Vista Vineyards

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A Thrilling New Way to See Sonoma Vineyards and Learn About the Grapes

SONOMA, Calif. - eTradeWire -- Sonoma Valley Trail Rides today announced the expansion of their trail ride options with vineyard tours at Alta Vista Vineyards. This new ride options at Alta Vista Vineyards follows the recent launch of the company's rides at di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art.

Wine country visitors will have a unique opportunity to ride through some of the most beautiful vineyards in the Los Carneros wine region of Sonoma. A Certified Specialist of Wine trail guide will share details of the vineyards and answering questions about grape growing.

"We are excited to be able to offer Sonoma visitors a unique way to tour a local vineyard," says Michelle Rogers, owner of Sonoma Valley Trail Rides. "The views at Alta Vista Vineyards are stunning and guests get to learn about the grapes and wine region."

Sonoma Valley Trail Rides is partnering with several nearby tasting rooms to offer packages for wine tasting after their rides.

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Ride Days and Times at Alta Vista

Rides are available at Alta Vista Vineyards on Saturdays and Sundays. 1-hour rides are $140 and 30-minute rides are $110. 1-hour rides have the option to add lunch in the vineyards after the ride.

·      11 am, 1-hour ride (with the option to add a lunch)
·      12:30 pm, 1-hour ride (with the option to add a lunch)
·      1:30 pm, 30-minute ride

Rides at di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art are offered at Thursdays through Sundays at 10:30 am, 12:00 pm and 1:30 pm.

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About Sonoma Valley Trail Rides
Michelle Rogers created Sonoma Valley Trail Rides in her home town of Sonoma, California in 2018. Her love of horses and wine inspired her to create this unique way for locals and visitors to experience the incredible Sonoma Valley. Learn more at

Michelle Rogers

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