Did you make a New Year’s resolution to visit more tasting rooms in 2020? Here’s a selection throughout the county to get you started.
Take a peek inside this Sonoma home, revamped with mid-century modern furniture, vintage wall art and plenty of color.
January and February are citrus season in Sonoma County.
Kathryn Clark creates large-scale works that bring light to issues of social justice, like her "Washington, D.C. Foreclosure Quilt" and "Paul Manafort Money Laundering Blanket." Her studio and home are works of art, too.
Discover the ultimate oyster-eating spots on this slightly-off-the-beaten-path tour from Petaluma through Tomales to Valley Ford.
The club began in January 2019 with just 22 members and has since grown to over 100. At each gathering, members bring dishes from a preselected cookbook and share a potluck meal.
Consider this your passport to an outstanding year.
Guest pruners and their teachers will form teams to race through the vineyard rows and celebrate with wine, pulled pork tacos, mariachi music, and a huge bonfire.
Put a personal stamp on Valentine’s Day cards, wedding invitations, business cards, and other printed material using the centuries-old printing technique.
There was a time when people went to bars to talk to other people, maybe even make new friends. At this old-school watering hole, you can have that experience.