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How to Have a Romantic Getaway in Sonoma County

by WINECOUNTRY STAFF on JANUARY 20, 2016

If you’re looking for a romantic retreat with breathtaking scenery, cozy accommodations, and delicious food and wine, look no farther than Sonoma County. An hour north of San Francisco, Sonoma County is home to more than 400 wineries and offers couples plenty fun ways to see and experience wine country. Couples can choose between adventures like zip-lining through redwoods, or opt for luxurious relaxation at a 5-star resort.

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12 Things to Do in Sonoma Valley

by WINECOUNTRY STAFF on JANUARY 20, 2016

There are 23 cities in Sonoma Valley, and each offers a unique slice of what makes this region so unique. Wine isn’t the only thing these picturesque towns have to offer: Hiking, eating, and even ballooning are just a handful of the ways to spend an afternoon or two. Here are our top picks of …

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7 Occidental Restaurants to Bite Into

by WINECOUNTRY STAFF on DECEMBER 30, 2015

Occidental is known for its family-style Italian eateries, originating with Carlo Panizzera in the early 20th century at the Union Hotel. These days, you’ll find a variety of fare to please the palate: we’ve compiled a list of the best seven restaurants for any breakfast, lunch, and dinner you need while staying in scenic Occidental.

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Hitting the Road: 4 Road Trips for Sonoma Family Fun

by WINECOUNTRY STAFF on OCTOBER 7, 2015

Sonoma County boasts a variety of activities that are family friendly featuring playing on the beach, hiking, visiting a farm, or just hanging out and eating really good food! The region is ripe for exploring with multi-age groups and perfect for a road trip with the family.

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Sonoma Beer: The Best Breweries and Brew Pubs

by WINECOUNTRY STAFF on SEPTEMBER 30, 2015

The Sonoma County beer scene has exploded over the past few years, with over five new breweries and cider houses opening each year. Among beer enthusiasts, Sonoma County is known as one of the top travel destinations to get a good pint.

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Top Five Breakfast Diners

by WINECOUNTRY STAFF on SEPTEMBER 3, 2014

Sonoma County – home of Michelin and Zagat rated restaurants – houses some of the best breakfast diners anywhere. 1. Dierk’s Parkside Café Voted Best Neighborhood Café for two years in a year, this “greasy-spoon” style café is committed is providing great tasting food in an atmosphere that is fun, where people can talk about …

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