Visitors and locals will love this four-day itinerary featuring some of the best restaurants, wineries and activities Sonoma County has to offer.
Dreaming of a coastal getaway? Here are a few favorite places to stay.
Pair your favorite things — vino and Fido — at these wineries.
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.
Sonoma County serves up some marvelous margaritas on Cinco de Mayo, or any day of the year.
Cesar Chaves creates beautiful home interiors, but he describes his own tastes as “kind of simple.”
Celebrating the return of spawning steelhead trout to the Russian River and its tributary creeks is a wintertime rite of passage.
From a romantic spaghetti dinner to a hidden gem wine bar, there are plenty of romantic spots in Sonoma County for your night on the town.
While the exterior of the 1898 home was restored to its historic roots, the interiors were updated with modern furniture and lighting.
Sarmentine Bakery in Santa Rosa is baking authentic galette des rois, or king cake, throughout the month of January.