Dreaming of a coastal getaway? Here are a few favorite places to stay.
June is lavender month in Sonoma County. Here are some of the ways you can enjoy the fragrant flower in the fields, at the spa, even in your food and drinks.
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.
Celebrating the return of spawning steelhead trout to the Russian River and its tributary creeks is a wintertime rite of passage.
The peak months for whale watching are January through May. Bring binoculars for a spectacular sighting.
Throw in the Anywhere Rug and one of the company’s Turkish towels and the only thing missing is an outdoor shower dangling over a tree branch.
Sonoma’s farmers take stock of the pressures — and the gains to be had — from social media.
Discover where to stay, play and dine in relaxed Russian River style.
After being stopped in its tracks at the onset of the pandemic, the wine train is about to roll again.
The three-story space on the Healdsburg Plaza will include an upscale dining room, a bar and an 88-bottle self-serve wine wall on the first floor.