Here is a great way to capture the essence and memory of Sonoma County’s Wine region…
Here in Sonoma county the wine flows like the Russian River in January! And if you’ve been here, or live here, then you know just how good the Pinot Noir from this region is… More photos below of The Rushin’ River
This is painted on a gorgeous gallery wrapped stretched canvas measures 18H x 36W. The deep 1.5” sides of the canvas are painted white, hardware is attached and it is ready to hang. Only professional quality acrylic paints and mediums are used.
C.O.A. – CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY
Your painting is accompanied by a signed certificate of authenticity which is a provenance document. It lists every detail of this painting, includes a photo of the work and serves as a signed receipt too.
Close-up of the The Rushin’ River – Wine Art – Urban / Pop
Not only is the area beautiful, but the Russian River Valley AVA (American Viticultural Area) accounts for about one-sixth of the total planted vineyard acreage in Sonoma County. The area generally lies between Sebastopol and Santa Rosa in the south, and Forestville and Healdsburg in the north. The Russian River Valley has a characteristically cool climate, heavily affected by fog generated by the valley’s proximity to the Pacific Ocean. Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are cool climate varietals that this area is known for.
In Sonoma County alone there are almost 60,000 acres of vineyards and more than 425 wineries!