Tag Archives: Sonoma County

April in Carneros 2014

Channel your inner winemaker this April and explore the southern most part of Sonoma and Napa Counties during April in Carneros! Peruse wineries and tasting rooms alike while the Carneros region is in full bloom. Be prepared for two days … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day Eats in Sonoma County

Written By: Jillian Fiske, Marketing Specialist Valentine’s Day is a time to celebrate romance, love and kissy-face candor. When everything smells like roses and heart-shaped chocolate abounds, it’s the perfect time to take a romantic trip to Sonoma Wine Country! … Continue reading

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Exploring Jack London State Historic Park on Horseback

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By: Maddie Brightman, SomethingAboutSonoma.com guest blogger My family has owned a second home in Glen Ellen for four years now, and up until my recent trip to the Valley, I had yet to visit Jack London State Historic Park (JLSP). … Continue reading

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Wine Country Holiday Events List

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By: Maddie Brightman, SomethingAboutSonoma.com Staff  Oh there’s no place like Sonoma for the holidays! Okay, that’s not exactly the saying, but whether you’re a local or a visitor, Sonoma is great place to celebrate the holiday season. After one of … Continue reading

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Harvest in Sonoma County: 10 Facts

By: Jillian Fiske, Marketing Specialist The month of October traditionally brings cooler weather, scarves, boots and the beginning of the holiday season. In Wine Country however, October means days starting in the vineyard before sunrise, and the rest of the … Continue reading

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Toasting the Vintage at Three Sticks Wines

By: Leiska Van Staaveren, SomethingAboutSonoma.com Staff We spent a morning on Eighth Street East in an unassuming warehouse, home to the exquisite wines of Three Sticks. Three Sticks welcomed Estate Pinot Noir from Durrell Vineyards, arriving on pallets of yellow … Continue reading

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A Q&A About Harvest

Harvest is one of the busiest times for Sonoma County as wineries prepare to receive the ripened grapes and turn them into fabulous wines! Most people don’t know very much about what’s really happening behind those winery doors. We sat … Continue reading

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Hiker’s Guide to Sonoma

By: Julie Bowen, SomethingAboutSonoma.com Guest Blogger Sonoma has some beautiful state parks and outdoor spaces where you can take a stroll or go for a long hike to work off some energy in between your visits to some of the … Continue reading

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My Fort Ross Art Contest

The Renova Fort Ross Foundation is a public charitable foundation dedicated to Fort Ross State Historic Park, located on the coast in Sonoma County. The Foundation works to promote preservation and raise awareness about Fort Ross throughout the United States … Continue reading

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Drums and Crumbs is Taking Over the Kitchen

By: Leiska Van Staaveren, SomethingAboutSonoma.com Staff Meet Rachel and Arthur. They started the catering company Drums & Crumbs and, as you can probably guess, they specialize in Southern fried chicken and seasonal cobblers. They are serving up authentic southern cuisine … Continue reading

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