Tag Archives: Sonoma County

The Winemakers’ Beer

There’s an old saying about wine: It takes a lot of good beer to make a great wine. Nowhere is this more true than in Sonoma County, where some of the world’s best wines are produced by winemakers drinking some … Continue reading

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Fireside Cocktails

It’s winter in Sonoma and the rain appears here to stay. Sure, we need it. There’s no arguing that. But week after week of far more gray skies than blue, of damp clothes and wet feet, of never seeming to … Continue reading

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Winter WINEland

It’s true that the month of January falls right smack in the middle of the Sonoma County “low season.” And, sure, with frequent rain and average highs only reaching the mid-50s, it’s understandable if visitors tend to focus more on … Continue reading

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Wine Country Weddings

Congratulations on your engagement! Now you are ready to plan the perfect wine country wedding but where do you start? Googling wine country weddings produces a thousand-page list of planners, venues, caterers and wineries that will make your head spin. … Continue reading

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Chuck Williams: Sonoma’s Culinary Champion

Some of the best chefs and most renowned restaurants in the United States are found in California’s wine country. In Sonoma, eateries such as Spoonbar, Willi’s Wine Bar, Da Viola and Barndiva and chefs like Charlie Palmer, Sondra Bernstein and … Continue reading

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Good Old Days are Back Again – Prohibition Ends at Last!

On December 5, 1933, giddy citizens all throughout the nation celebrated the repeal of the 18th Amendment, better known as Prohibition. Introduced by Judiciary Chairman Andrew Volstead of Minnesota, the Prohibition Amendment banned the production and distribution of alcoholic beverages. … Continue reading

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It’s All About the Roast

French Press, AeroPress, Chemex, Vacuum Pot. Coffee lovers can become quite passionate when the subject of the best way to brew the perfect cup of coffee is broached. One thing that is never in dispute, however, is that the method … Continue reading

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Harvest in Sonoma

By Kristie Sheppard: SomethingAboutSonoma.Com Staff September is #CaliforniaWineMonth and as the summer comes to an end, winemakers are gearing up for their busiest time of the year when California’s Dionysian fruit is gathered from the fields in preparation for its … Continue reading

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Celebrating the Red, White and Blue with Sonoma Style

By: Maddie Brightman, SomethingAboutSonoma.com Staff With America’s beloved birthday falling on a Saturday, the Valley is ready to celebrate 4th of July all weekend long! Whether you prefer a Friday night wine dinner, an afternoon family-friendly parade or an evening … Continue reading

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Transcendence Theatre Company Announces 2015 Season

By: Jillian Fiske, SomethingAboutSonoma.com Staff Transcendence Theatre Company’s Broadway Under the Stars in Jack London State Park has announced their triumphant return for the 2015 season! Next summer’s excitement will include more show dates and the return of Broadway Kids … Continue reading

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