Updating the Sonoma County AVA maps

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About the Maps

Everyvine is working with the Sonoma County Winegrape Commission to update the Sonoma County AVA map series. Data Collection began June 1, 2012 and end January 31, 2013.

Get on the Maps

Interested in getting on the map? Want to update old information? Follow these simple steps to get your information collected.

  1. Create your account (if you don’t already have one)
  2. Go to add a vineyard if you have a vineyard to add to the map
  3. Go to add a winery if you have a winery or tasting room to add to the map
  4. If your vineyard or Winery is already on the maps but you just want to change something, find the location in the vineyard list or winery list. Click on the location to view its page and then click edit at the top of the page.

Fort Ross Seaview

We are also excited to announce that there will be a new map added to the Sonoma AVA map series. The new map will focus on the recently approved Fort Ross Seaview AVA. The map will also cover the only section of Sonoma county not previously mapped by the series; the northern section of Sonoma Coast AVA.

About the Region

Sonoma County is one of the most renowned growing areas of the world. Making it a destination for wine enthusiasts and foodies alike, Sonoma County is truly a place of beauty and inspiration. Showcase your beautiful location on these maps and enter your information today.

about the author

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Jordan Thomas is the creator of Everyvine.com. He worked for many years as a cartographer making maps of the world's wine regions. His passions include geographic systems, viticulture, mathematical modelling, and data mining. Jordan likes to spend his time building things, solving problems, and listening to podcasts.

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