There’s no place in the world quite like Bodega Bay on California’s beautiful coastline. From world class golf and sportfishing to relaxing beaches to ocean view wining and dining, you’ll find your coastal wonderland at Bodega Bay!Read more
The rugged Sonoma Coast is known far and wide for its breathtaking vistas, diverse wildlife and secluded coves. Studded with jewels like Goat Rock, Wright’s Beach and Salt Point, perhaps the crown jewel of Sonoma Coast is Jenner by the Sea.Read more
Taste Wine at Sonoma Coast Vineyards. SCV’S tasting room is located right off Coastal Highway 1 in Bodega Bay, overlooking the bay.
Their passion for the Pacific Ocean and Pinot Noir wine led John and Barbara Drady to the Sonoma Coast when they founded Sonoma Coast Vineyards (SCV) in 2001.
Considered Sonoma County’s most widely recognized brand, Korbel has been making California Champagnes for over 135 years. Nestled in the Russian River Valley, right on River Road on the outskirts of Guerneville, Korbel’s 50-minute tour will be one of the highlights of your Wine Country visit.Read more
Adobe Road is a Petaluma based boutique winery producing artisan wines from premium vineyards in both Sonoma and Napa counties.Read more
Join Sonoma Valley Wine Trolley on a Sonoma wine tasting tour adventure through the beautiful Sonoma Valley in their hand-built replica of a California Street Cable Car, the ones used in San Francisco from the late 1890s to the early 1930s.Read more
Cornerstone Sonoma is a wine country marketplace featuring a collection of world-class shopping, boutique wineries and tasting rooms, artisanal foods, art-inspired gardens, live music, and home to Sunset’s Gardens + Outdoor Test Kitchen. Located at the gateway of Sonoma and Napa County in California’s beautiful Wine Country, Cornerstone is a place to shop, sip, eat, play and explore.Read more
Sonoma Adventures offers Sonoma Valley wine tours by bicycle, segway and by vehicle.Read more
In Old Town Santa Rosa, restored turn-of-the-century buildings are filled with specialty shops, antique stores, fantastic restaurants and elegant hotels. This area is known as Railroad Square and was developed in the 1880s when the first trains arrived in Santa Rosa. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. The 1904 train depot has been restored and is home to the California Welcome Center as well as the Santa Rosa Convention and Visitors Bureau.Read more
The Barlow is a 12-acre Bay Area outdoor market district in Sebastopol, California featuring local food, wine, beer, spirits and crafts made onsite by Sonoma County artisans. Stroll our industrial-chic, dog-friendly campus and savor the organic edible landscaping — a nod to the rich agricultural history of The Barlow.Read more