“Pét-nat” or pétillant naturel wines are light, playful sparklers. They're perfect for sunny days outdoors.
Local wineries are inviting guests for tours and tastings as mustard blooms between dormant vines that are shaped for the coming harvest season.
Wine lovers yearn for the old days — as in two months ago — when tasting rooms were open, events were still on, and you could enjoy a glass of wine in a restaurant.
Make the most of the warm summer nights with a drink on a shaded patio.
90 gold-medal wines and top-notch chefs from some of Sonoma County's best restaurants.
After decades of being the laughingstock of wine and spirits drinkers, cans are suddenly having a moment.
'Tis the season to stock up on holiday treats! We've got you covered with perfect presents for foodies.
Can't decide between wine and beer? Now you can taste the best of both worlds.
Who said grocery shopping has to be a chore? In Sonoma County, you can pair it with wine, cheese and other goodies.
Petaluma Gap is Sonoma County's 18th wine appellation and a destination for Pinot lovers.