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Things to do in Sonoma County

  • J Vineyards & Winery

    Specializing in Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, and sparkling wines, J Vineyards and Winery sources its grapes from 274 vineyard acres across t... More
  • Jack London State Historic Park

    Those who grew up reading The Call of the Wild and White Fang will get a kick out of visiting author Jack London’s onetime homestead. Manuscripts a... More
  • Jimtown Store

    A yellow building with a green trim, located among the vineyards of Alexander Valley, Jimtown Store sells fresh, made-to-order soups, salads, entre... More
  • Lagunitas Brewing Co.

    Tony Magee, who started brewing in his Lagunitas garage, has slowly built his company into a craft brew destination. He added a taproom at the Peta... More
  • Lake Sonoma

    The result of the construction of Warm Springs Dam in 1983, this lake in the coastal foothills of Sonoma provides flood control, irrigation for the... More
  • Lancaster Estate Winery

    Marked by an impressive entry gate, this family-owned winery is built on a hillside in Alexander Valley, where the Chalk Hill and Knights Valley ap... More
  • Lime Stone

    Overseen by Lisa Palmer, wife of Dry Creek Kitchen chef, Charlie Palmer, Lime Stone sells restaurant-quality dining furniture and tabletop accesso... More
  • M Clothing

    M Clothing is stocked with women's designs from both established and emerging labels. More
  • MacLeod Family Vineyard

  • Martinelli Winery

    Family-owned for more than a century, the Martinelli Winery has a history dating back to 1887, when Italian winemaker Giuseppe Martinelli and his w... More
  • Matanzas Creek Winery

    Easily one of the most beautiful wineries in Sonoma Valley, Matanzas Creek sits amid 1,500 acres of Merlot, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, and Syrah ... More
  • McEvoy Ranch, Petaluma

    After retirement, Nan McEvoy purchased a former dairy farm spanning 550 acres in Petaluma, which she decided to use to produce Tuscan olive oil. Wi... More
  • Medlock Ames

    Located atop Bell Mountain, this 335-acre winery is the creation of two lifelong friends: Christopher Medlock James and Ames Morison. Using solar p... More
  • Peay Vineyards

    The northernmost winery in Sonoma County, Peay Vineyards is located on 53 hillside acres overlooking a river gorge, just four miles from the Pacifi... More
  • Plaza Farms

    Scoop up Sonoma County's best artisanal goodies like DaVero's Meyer-lemon olive oil, sheep's-milk cheese from Bellwether Artisan Creamery, and home... More

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