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burlappy | Feb 5, 201501:50 PM     16

I'll be staying overnight in Sonoma, CA (the town, specifically) for one night in early March and I'll really only have one full day to visit wineries. I'm looking for suggestions on wineries that specialize in Pinot Noir and or Cab Sauv as those are my faves. Ideally there's a cluster or region that I could focus on for the sake of efficiency. Thinking 4 or 5 in total. I'd also like to focus on smaller, less massive operations. Also, budget is a bit of a consideration, so I'm ideally looking for wineries with bottles available south of $50.

Would appreciate any and all suggestions. Thanks in advance.

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