Get ready for Yappy Hour! These Sonoma County wineries welcome pooches and their wine-loving parents.
Trying to cut down on spending? That doesn't have to mean you can't go wine tasting.
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.
A former chef at Copenhagen's Noma will launch a new restaurant concept at Little Saint. Here's what's in store.
Compare clam chowders along the coast, nibble on fresh cheeses amid the green pastures of west Petaluma, or take in wildflower season just outside of Healdsburg.
Visitors and locals will love this four-day itinerary featuring some of the best restaurants, wineries and activities Sonoma County has to offer.
Chef Charlie Palmer will showcase Wine Country's bounty at the new hotel.
Healdsburg’s Bacchus Landing will give props to rosé with an event from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 11.
Straddling the line between utility and art, the hand-forged knives made at Healdsburg’s Seral Wood & Steel are meant to last for generations.
While the exterior of the 1898 home was restored to its historic roots, the interiors were updated with modern furniture and lighting.