Sonoma is not just the home of Napa Valley wines, it’s also the birthplace of Napoletana grapes.
With so much going on, wine-makers have been doing what they do best: listening.
A couple of months ago, Sonoma was the focus of a documentary about Napa’s wine industry.
The documentary, produced by the Napa-based company The Wine Club, interviewed several wine makers and growers who live and work in the Sonoma Valley.
The producers also gave us a look behind the scenes at how Sonoma and Napa get along, with the help of a few Sonoma producers.
The story behind this story: As we talked to the producers, we noticed a few things:The wine industry is so big and complex, and the Sonomas are so passionate about it, we wanted to learn about it.
So we reached out to two Sonoma wine producers, Joshua Sánchez and Michael Dominguez, to share their insights into the Sonomans wine industry and the way that they and other growers are working together.
Here’s what we learned:1.
The Sonomas biggest industry is the wine.
The Sonomoms biggest industry in terms of sales is wine.
So we wanted a wine shop that is a good fit for their shop and their customers.
This way, we could provide a wine experience that they will love, and that we can do for them, as well as their customers and their staff.2.
They have winegrowers working in their shop to create the best tasting wines in the country.
In order to be successful, they need good winegrower and winemaking talent, and they need to be able to take care of the entire wine production chain.
The winegrow.com site was created to do that.3.
The winemakers are not just focused on wine.
They are also focused on the wines they are working with and how they work with the vineyards and wineries.4.
The wines are made in Sonoma by some of the best winemapping people in the world.
This includes Joshua Sáenz, a winemaker from Argentina who is working with Sonoma wineries, including the Sonoa Valley.
Joshua Sáez is one of the top winemappers in the industry.
He’s also an avid wine shopper.
He loves the Sonoans wine, and loves working with the wine growers, including his Sonoma partner, Michael Domes.
We asked Joshua about the importance of wine to him and his work.
He said, “It’s important for me to know what is the best wine and how to make it.
I’m the best in the business.
I don’t like to be left out.”5.
The Wine Shop is a unique place for wine.
We also wanted to be a place where people can connect with each other.
We wanted people to talk about their experiences in wine, what they love, what challenges they’ve had and how that’s helped them grow as a person.
We’ve been fortunate to have a very diverse community of people who work here.6.
The shop has a great wine selection, with a selection of wine by the glass.
The site features a wine list that features more than 50 different wines.
This is one area where the Wine Club has been successful.
Joshua Saez has a personal love of wine, so the staff and winegrow team at the shop have put together a very unique wine selection.
We love to see how the wine grows, and we like to know how it is in terms the quality of the wine, how it’s aged, what other wines are in the store.
We really appreciate the work they do.7.
The food is also very delicious.
We have an incredible selection of food in the shop, which includes a full-service restaurant, wine bar, wine and cheese tasting room, and a wine and beer garden.
Joshua has been working with wine in Sonomas wine country for a long time.
He is an expert in his field, and he knows that wine is an integral part of the Sonoms wine culture.
In fact, he has been producing and marketing Sonoma wines for years.
He works closely with the winemakers in the wine business to keep the wines in their stores fresh and delicious.
He also has a very strong sense of family and is very excited about the Sonos future as a wine country.
Joshua also works closely and collaboratively with the Sonomatic winemasons in Sonomos vineyards.
They provide him with the best knowledge of their wine and winemaker and help him to create a truly unique wine experience.
We are excited about working with Joshua and the Wineclub team to make Sonoma the wine capital of the world!