Local chefs, emerging names and TV stars alike, show off the best ways to play with seasonal flavors at home.
Fall is cider time. Here are a few favorites to sip as the leaves turn red, yellow and orange.
Vineyard workers are deemed “essential” by the state, meaning their jobs continue even in times of crisis. The collision of fire season and grape harvest now increasingly forces workers to risk their health, and sometimes their safety, to bring in the crop.
Heather Fordham converted her garage into a pottery studio a few years back to focus on improving her craft. “I am a perfectionist, and that probably shows in my work,” she laughs.
The owners were looking for a weekend retreat with a warm summery climate and good food and wine nearby — the fact that there was space for an on-site vineyard was a big bonus.
The farm practices and teaches African agricultural skills that have endured and evolved despite centuries of slavery and diaspora.
From melon and hop barns to a popular wedding venue, make a day trip to explore these historic buildings in Sonoma County.
New restaurants, new dishes and favorite spots at harvest time.
From sunflower appreciation and poolside dining to vintage ice cream and winery baseball, here are a few summery things to do right now.
Sonoma's very own version of Oktoberfest arrives in September, as passionate local hop farmers see the fruits of their labors make their way into some of the most in-demand brews in the country.
Gallerist Sydney Pfaff of Legion Projects in Healdsburg has an eye for new talent and often works with young artists of color.