There’s more to do than JUST drink. You can drink and do stuff, too!
Over three and a half days, campers travel all over Sonoma County to visit multiple wineries, learn about the winemaking process, pick their own grapes, and of course, taste a lot of wine.
Beyond winery tours and tastings, some vineyards host hikes and adventures, which are a perfect way to explore the terroir.
While the town boasts a number of notable favorites, some of the top picks are worth a second look, thanks to new chefs and new concepts.
Sonoma’s claim to fame is wine, but the region’s latest crop of farm-to-fork fare is also outstanding.
From wineries to oyster bars to restaurants to farms, Sonoma County offers dining experiences that rival the quality of its wines.
Just because you’re making a trip to wine country doesn’t mean you have to spend all your time in tasting rooms.
Save your money for the wine tastings by staying at these cheap and chic properties in California wine country.
Sonoma's Dry Creek Valley, with its top-notch wineries, exquisite dining options, and gorgeous vineyards, is a wine lover's dream.