The new Auberge resort offers easy access to popular locales in both Napa and Sonoma.
Fall asleep to the sound of the ocean and wake up to a view that rivals any five-star hotel.
Travel back in time at these historic hotels and inns in beautiful Sonoma Wine Country.
Sonoma County residents are getting ready to don their rainbow garb and spread the love at in-person events and festivals.
The best part: All tasting rooms are within walking distance, so you can park your car and get your steps in.
From safari-style tents to shiny Airstreams to towering treehouses, here are some of our favorite luxe glamping spots.
Medieval fortresses and parterre gardens, swimming pools and outdoor art galleries, riding horses and trolleys — there’s plenty of reason to venture outside the tasting room in Wine Country.
Shuttered for more than a year, the historic Wine Country hotel and restaurant made its debut April 21 following a $6 million renovation.
Travel + Leisure magazine just released its annual “It List” of best new hotels in the world. Among the 100 hotels to make the cut is a Sonoma County property.
This Napa Valley town, known for its geothermal baths, offers a long list of things to do, from touring a winery castle to riding through bucolic vineyards in an ATV.
Passengers will be able to enjoy afternoon tea every weekend during a scenic three-hour journey through Wine Country. There will also be wine, of course.