California Wine Month

Statewide | Sept. 1-30, 2020

Golden State wine regions such as Napa, Sonoma and Paso Robles are world-famous for the bottles they produce.

But that’s just the beginning: Winemaking operations stretch across the state, from Siskiyou County in the far north to the Cucamonga Valley in Southern California. In fact, 49 of California’s 58 counties grow grapes and the most celebrated California winemaking event, regardless of where in the state you happen to be, is California Wine Month, held every September since 2004.

California Wine Month is a state-wide affair that coincides with grape harvest time and is jam-packed with special tastings, festivals, concerts, tours and wine-paired meals with top chefs and vintners — including everything from grape treading to formal balls.

Event themes
The Golden State produces an average of 85 per cent of all US wine, and during this month-long celebration, visitors are invited to experience all that California’s diverse wine regions have to offer.

  • Entertainment
  • Food
  • Music
  • Outdoors
  • Wine