There’s never been a better time to travel for wine tasting. Those open vineyards with plenty of fresh air and space make for an ideal socially distancing vacation spot. But there’s more to California wineries than Napa and Sonoma. Livermore is located on the very eastern edge of San Francisco's Bay Area in Alameda County, in the Tri-Valley part of the state. The sunny weather and beautiful rolling hills were originally meant for cattle, but have since become known for its vineyards with nearly 100,000 acres of grapes; the Mediterranean climate with warm days and cool nights make it a fine growing location. The area is one of California’s oldest wine regions, but still remains unknown to many.