Napa & Sonoma. A Joie de Vivre Guide

Description:

While it is true that this area is now a major tourist attraction and may be annoyingly crowded, the quality and quantity of wines, interesting restaurants, and spectacular scenery still make this a must-see of the Bay Area. Summer and fall are the most popular times to visit, but head to the valley in winter to find a pleasant retreat of empty tasting rooms and clear, crisp days.

The ‘other valley’, according to Napa natives, Sonoma is more spread out and can be challenging to navigate and find the hidden treasures. Sonoma County covers the area from the town of Sonoma northwest to Geyserville, with Glen Ellen, Kenwood, Santa Rosa and the Carneros District in between. There are wineries dotting the entire county.
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Author: Joie de Vivre


girl and the fig (the)

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expert pick

Location:

110 West Spain Street
Sonoma, CA 95476

Phone:

707- 938 3634


Cafe La Haye

Location:

140 East Napa Street
Sonoma, CA 95476

Phone:

707- 935 5994


Della Santina's

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Location:

133 East Napa Street
Just east of the square
Sonoma, CA 95476

Phone:

707- 935 0576


Viansa Winery

Location:

25200 Arnold Drive
Calif 121, Sonoma
Sonoma, CA 95476

Phone:

+1 707 935 4700


Gundlach Bundschu Winery

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Location:

2000 Denmark Street
Sonoma, CA 95476

Phone:

+1 707 938 5277


Day 1 - Napa Valley


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Hess Collection Winery

Location:

4411 Redwood Rd
Napa
Napa Valley, CA 94558

Phone:

+1 707 255 8584 / +1 707 255 1144


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