Sonoma has one of the most storied histories of any town in California. Today, Sonoma is a premier wine producing area and global destination for travelers.
Glen Ellen is a town of less than 800 located in the heart of Sonoma Valley. It's truly a romantic, sleepy little town that is a great place to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Kenwood sits at the edge of Sugarloaf Ridge to the northeast and Bennett Mountain to the west, and is well-reputed for its many wineries, restaurants and resorts.
Healdsburg is nestled into the Northern part of Sonoma country, tucked between the regions lush valleys.
St. Helena is touted as 'Napa Valley's Main Street'. It is one of the wine region's most charming and vibrant communities.
Many call Yountville the 'Culinary Capital of Napa Valley' because it's home to more Michelin Star Restaurants per capita than any other city in North America.
Rutherford is tucked in halfway between the towns of Yountville and St. Helena along Napa Valley's main thoroughfare Route 29.
As one of the smallest communities in the valley, Oakville is a mini-hamlet of only about 70 residents which offers as peaceful a community as you could ask for.
Napa has an excellent balance of fun, cultural activities and the feel of a relaxed, rural town. Its history is rich with the growth of the wine industry and as a center of commerce.
The town of Calistoga is rich with scenery and charm. It is nestled at the base of Mt. Saint Helena which is at the northern end of Napa Valley.
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