Sonoma

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Articles about Sonoma

By Laura Itzkowitz
As I pulled up the gravel road leading to Scribe Winery, I could already see the signs that this place is different. Groups of twenty- and thirty-somethings sat at picnic tables in the mid-afternoon sunlight while their dogs bounced around in the ...
By Laura Itzkowitz
As I pulled up the gravel road leading to Scribe Winery, I could already see the signs that this place is different. Groups of twenty- and thirty-somethings sat at picnic tables in the mid-afternoon sunlight while their dogs bounced around in the ...
By Laura Itzkowitz
As I pulled up the gravel road leading to Scribe Winery, I could already see the signs that this place is different. Groups of twenty- and thirty-somethings sat at picnic tables in the mid-afternoon sunlight while their dogs bounced around in the ...
By Laura Itzkowitz
As I pulled up the gravel road leading to Scribe Winery, I could already see the signs that this place is different. Groups of twenty- and thirty-somethings sat at picnic tables in the mid-afternoon sunlight while their dogs bounced around in the ...
By Jenna Scatena
Think of Sonoma County and you undoubtedly think of light, well-balanced pinots and rich chardonnays. But between the vineyards, a new batch of distilleries are cropping up—and they’re making spirits just as complex as the area’s wines. Here, the ...
By Katy McColl
THE HILLS ARE FRAGRANT WITH EUCALYPTUS, the lavender-scented valleys planted with row after row of grapevines. It's little wonder visitors are drawn to California's Napa and Sonoma valleys. They come to eat well at beautiful bistros and sleep well...

Hotels in Sonoma

This sprawling, opulent resort, set just a few miles north of downtown Sonoma, might as well be its own private island; its vast array of on-site amenities could lead you to completely forget about the surrounding wine country.

Restaurants in Sonoma

Chef John Toulze and proprietor Sondra Bernstein—the same duo behind The Girl and the Fig—set their sights on rustic Italian cuisine with this new eatery, which they opened in 2008 in a spectacular 1864 Victorian mansion.

Things to do in Sonoma

Howard Backen’s barnlike complex near the town of Sonoma houses several salons and lounges; choose between a flight of four, a five-course food-and-wine pairing, or a picnic by the pond.