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Sonoma County Heats Up With New Restaurants, Festivals, Distilleries, and Wineries

July 24, 2015 Destination North America No Comments Print Print Email Email

Midsummer in Sonoma County, California, means long, warm days, and temperate evenings. While the vineyards bask in sunshine, the redwood forest provides shade along the Russian River and, out at the coast, cool breezes offer respite from inland heat.


New things in Sonoma Wine Country include a wine festival in the Petaluma Gap, a distillery that joins the burgeoning ranks of distillers in Sonoma County (home to 20 percent of all California’s craft distilleries), a vintage bank reborn as chic arts and event center in the western county enclave of Guerneville, and a new company dedicated to the perfect wedding along the romantic Sonoma Coast.

Read on for all the new things that shine in the summer sun in Sonoma Wine Country, just 30 miles north of San Francisco.

Start planning your trip today at www.sonomacounty.com, and find upcoming events or festivals to enjoy during the spring, www.sonomacounty.com/events-enhance-Sonoma-County-getaway.


Culinary Experiences in Sonoma County
In Sonoma County, there’s food; there’s wine; and then there’s an amazing amount of experiences that combine the two. Find the culinary experience that tickles your tastebuds at www.sonomacounty.com/sonoma-listings/culinary-experiences. Search for the type of experience you want to have, the region or city in Sonoma County, or by the products offered by the experience.

You can take a cooking lesson from a Wine Country chef, learn to milk a cow or a goat, discover a new cheese along the Sonoma Marina Cheese Trail, or find the best only-in-Sonoma-County food finds.

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