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A year-round destination for wine enthusiasts, foodies, outdoor adventurists, event buffs, shopaholics, and more, Sonoma Valley is the ideal place to visit in Wine Country. With 100+ award-winning premium wineries, world-class cuisine, 13,000 acres of state and regional parks, luxury spas, and cozy bed-and-breakfasts, Sonoma Valley’s breathtaking 17-mile span offers endless discovery. Just 45 miles north of San Francisco, Sonoma is packed with vineyards, wine tasting rooms, cafes, artisan-made gift shops, breweries, parks, art galleries, and hosts a plethora of events, all providing the opportunity to create your own Wine Country lifestyle. A destination for everyone, Sonoma has something to offer families, couples, friends, men, women, LGBT, teens and the elderly. Sonoma brings local hospitality to its Wine Country chic destination. As the birthplace of California wine, and landmarks detailing California’s history, Sonoma’s enchanting style showcases preserved buildings, amongst modern tasting rooms, eclectic shops, garden chateaus, striking castles and more. Sonoma’s restaurants offer farm-to-table dining from its bountiful gardens, Tuscan country cooking, oysters on the half shell, or hand-crafted bites for any taste. Visitors and locals alike discover something new each time they venture out in Sonoma Valley, from repeat favorites, to off-the-beaten-path local hot spots. What you find in Sonoma, you just can’t find anywhere else.
Known as the birthplace of wine in California, and the location where California was born as one of the United States, Sonoma Valley is the premier destination for wine, food, arts, culture and lifestyle. Blending the old with the new, visitors can find 100+ world-class wineries, gourmet farm-to-table restaurants, historical landmarks, luxury spas, gorgeous places to stay and a plethora of regional and state parks for outdoor adventure. Sonoma Valley is also home to eclectic art galleries and shops, beautiful hiking trails, craft breweries, artisan cheese shops and a dynamic event and festival community. Sonoma Valley is home to the authentic towns of Sonoma, the Springs, Glen Ellen and Kenwood, each boasting a rich heritage and unique lifestyle. Whether you are visiting for a romantic weekend, spa treatment, wine tasting, or exploring the parks with your family, Sonoma Valley offers something for all ages to enjoy. The quintessential feel of Sonoma can be found perusing the shops, restaurants, tasting rooms and galleries around the historic Sonoma Plaza, the hub of Sonoma Valley exploration. The plaza, the largest in California, hosts all kinds of events and farmers markets. Its eight-acre area is also the perfect place for a picnic or a relaxing afternoon. Walk and talk amongst local winemakers and restaurateurs as you discover your Sonoma lifestyle.
Sonoma Valley Visitors Bureau reviews
The staff provided us a map of Sonoma Valley and high-lighted wineries we were interested. They also provided us with 2 for 1 coupons for certain wineries. They also provided us with stickers that... more »
Thanks to the lady that gave us so much information on Sonoma, not only the wines, but the history. I wish I could remember your name, sorry. You can get 2 for one wine tastings coupons! more »
The ladies at the tourist office are very knowledgeable about the area. Also they can provide you with coupons and the “I ❤️ Sonoma” stickers for discount on wine tasting (often two for the price of one). They have extensive documentation and great maps of the area available and can recommend which wineries are the most suitable to visit. This is useful because there is an overwhelming choice of hundreds of wineries you could go to. You can also visit their website and they will send you nice booklets about Sonoma at home.
Very friendly and knowledgeable about the whole area, and many helpful personal tips on where to go and what to eat. Do drop by for a map and a chat if you’re visiting the area.
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