These local bars offer an elevated Wine Country experience.
Ever had a burger with a cheese skirt? You can find it at a hidden gem in Napa Valley.
A West County company is taking the socially-distanced getaway to new heights.
The best part: you’ll have extra spending money for wineries, restaurants and spas.
When it comes to producing world-class cabernet sauvignon, Sonoma County has long played second fiddle to Napa. An Alexander Valley winery owner is looking to turn the tables.
Here’s a list of new places to sip, savor, shop, stay, and play in Napa Valley.
Visitors to this affordable yet upscale camping site can enjoy easy access to hiking trails, al fresco dining and wine tasting, and other outdoor activities.
This unique-to-California Wine Country venture is a partnership between four friends, all alumni of Scribe Winery.
A new wine bar in Sebastopol is the first of its kind in Sonoma County, pouring 50 small production local wines from self-serve machines. And yes, there's great food and outdoor seating, too.
An online marketplace helps people discover and book campsites, cabins, yurts, barns, and other rustic-chic retreats for a unique and private experience.