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Valleys & Vineyards in Sonoma County

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See how Sonoma County’s valleys and vineyards offer beauty and bounty, as neat rows of vineyards, lush pasturelands, charming small towns, and bustling cities nestle against a backdrop of rolling hills. In northern Sonoma County, the towns of Cloverdale, Geyserville, and Healdsburg sit in the Dry Creek and Alexander Valleys – just two of Sonoma County’s 18 distinctive American Viticultural Areas, or wine regions. To the east, the lush and fertile Sonoma Valley cradles Kenwood, Glen Ellen, and Sonoma, as well as historic sites and five distinct wine regions.

The Santa Rosa Plain spreads north to south down the county’s center, surrounded by hills and holding the cities and towns of Windsor, Santa Rosa, Cotati, Rohnert Park, Penngrove, Graton, Sebastopol, and Petaluma, and the farming community of Valley Ford. Life opens up as you follow two-lane roadways from one valley to the next, discovering gorgeous vistas, exploring parks and open spaces, and experiencing small communities with distinct personalities.

 

Places in the Valleys & Vineyards Region

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Oliver's Market - Cotati Photo
546 East Cotati Ave., Cotati, CA 94931

This is where it all began for us in 1988, and in many ways, even today our Cotati store best reflects the heart and soul of our company. It’s a little funky and very friendly. Come on down for a beer…

Fundemonium Photo
579 Rohnert Park Expressway W., Rohnert Park, CA 94928

Fundemonium is a Toy, Hobby, and Game store with an amazing selection of fun products including infant toys, model railroading, scale models, games, art supplies, and Radio Control models of all…

Private deck at the Wine Country Home ~ this is real wine country Photo
670 Bailhache Ave., Healdsburg, CA 95448

Ru's Farm is a truly wonderful place that combines the very best of Sonoma’s wine country and farm lands….rolling estate vineyards, amazing gardens and lawn, and an incredible barn built in 1902.…