Sonoma County Wine Tourism

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Sonoma County is 52 miles wide and 47 miles long. It’s a diverse county encompassing numerous small valleys, majestic redwood trees, the Russian River and a beautiful Pacific coastline. Sonoma border Napa Valley to the east and Mendocino to the north.

Sonoma County is home to over 370 wineries and 15 separate AVA’s . The most common varieties planted are Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Pinot Noir, though the area is also known for its excellent Merlot and Zinfandel.

There is no end to the activities found in Sonoma. Relax at a hotel or cozy Bed and Breakfast, or spend the day hiking, biking or wine tasting at boutique wineries off the beaten path. Sonoma is a fantastic place to bring the whole family. Take a trip to the 400-acre park, Safari West, to travel in an authentic safari vehicle while viewing exotic wildlife or head to the Sonoma Traintown Railroad to ride the train or amusement rides.

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