Rustic meets elegance in charming Sonoma. Also called “Valley of the Moon,” this destination will open your heart to magical experiences as you admire sweeping vistas of nature’s beauty. The Sonoma area is home to stunning redwood forests, rolling hills, refreshing coastlines and rivers; all combining to create a pastoral paradise.
Of course, Sonoma is known for its wineries and the culture of wine is one that is easy to immerse yourself in. Between tastings, tours, and food and wine pairing dinners, you will soon find yourself conversing freely on what makes the area’s famous varietals uniquely Sonoma. However, you may have a difficult time deciding which varietal is your favorite as Sonoma includes 13 American Viticulture Areas (AVAs) with very distinct climate differences that allow certain grape species to thrive among these microclimates. For example, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes flourish near the coast, while Syrah and Zinfandel are best when grown further inland with the additional heat. No matter which you prefer, the wines of Sonoma county will impress and delight almost as much as the alluring landscape around you.
What sets Sonoma apart from other wine communities? For one, there is a sense of fellowship among growers and winemakers both large and small as well as the farmers and other community members that live here. They are happy to welcome you to this west coast Eden and share the bounty of the land.
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