Sonoma Valley Visitors Bureau

A year-round destination for wine enthusiasts, foodies, outdoor adventurists, event buffs, shopaholics, and more, Sonoma Valley is the ideal place to visit in Wine Country.

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  • Sonoma Valley Visitors Bureau Photo
  • SV Fall Photo 2
  • Sonoma Mission Photo 3
  • Sonoma City Hall Photo 4
  • Sonoma Valley Working Hands & Grapes Photo 5
  • Gunlach Bundshu Photo 6
  • Sonoma Valley View Photo 7
  • Holidays in Sonoma Photo 8
  • SV Balloon Photo 9
  • Sonoma Valley Sip the Best Photo 10
  • Description
  • A year-round destination for wine enthusiasts, foodies, outdoor adventurists, event buffs, shopaholics, and more, Sonoma Valley is the ideal place to visit in Wine Country. With 100+ award-winning premium wineries, world-class cuisine, 13,000 acres of state and regional parks, luxury spas, and cozy bed-and-breakfasts, Sonoma Valley’s breathtaking 17-mile span offers endless discovery. Just 45 miles north of San Francisco, Sonoma is packed with vineyards, wine tasting rooms, cafes, artisan-made gift shops, breweries, parks, art galleries, and hosts a plethora of events, all providing the opportunity to create your own Wine Country lifestyle.

    Our two visitor and retail centers— at 453 First Street East on the historic Sonoma Plaza, and at 23570 Arnold Drive at Cornerstone Sonoma on Highway 121—are open all year, seven days a week. In addition to a professional staff, more than 50 community volunteers help welcome visitors to the Valley.

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