Romance is in full swing in Sonoma Wine Country with many imaginative events and activities for celebrating your loved one. Take a look at romantic resorts and hotels in Sonoma County. Here is a roundup of things to do in 2019:
Here is a handy list of Sonoma County wineries that are open on the holidays. Enjoy the festive fun and pick out some special bottles for your celebrations! Most of these are open on Christmas Eve, New Year's Eve, and New Year's Day, some with limited hours. None of them are open on Christmas Day. It's best to check with the winery to confirm their holiday timings.
Bubbles, brews, cars, music, and barbecue: There's plenty going on for Father's Day in Sonoma County--and enough variety to entice the entire family to visit.
Here’s a quick roundup of things dads can do in Sonoma County.
Many travelers are wondering what Sonoma County is like a year after the Northern California wildfires in October 2017. While devastating, only 10 percent of Sonoma County’s 1 million acres was impacted by the October 2017 fires. Much of the terrain has seen regrowth and most of the county has retained its pristine landscape.
Of the more than 90 percent of Sonoma County not affected by the wildfires, you'll find vineyards, nature and history parks, beautiful vistas, oak-studded hills, a dramatic Pacific coastline, and towering redwoods.
Art abounds in Sonoma County, where inspired local artists work in a variety of media and genres.
While navigating around the vineyards and rolling hills, along the scenic coast, and through the welcoming townships, be sure and stop in at some of the numerous art galleries, art centers, and museums to see a special art exhibition. Many wineries and eateries also have art on exhibit, where you can view fine art while enjoying great food and refreshments.
Here are some exhibitions on view right now: