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Sonoma & Napa

The best time to visit Sonoma is between June and October when the weather is at its best, with high temperatures in the mid-80s in June and the upper 70s in October.  This is also the time of year when it is typically more crowded and hotel rates are at a premium.  Regardless, you just can’t go wrong with the vibe in wine country!


Sonoma, a county in Northern California known for its countryside-coziness charms and array of wineries, could also be described as Napa's rustic, less-refined and more-relaxed sister. Its rolling hills, which rise into the Sonoma Mountains and descend to the Pacific shore, also contain a collection of small cities that are worth a visit: Try Santa Rosa for an urban escape, complete with museums and buzzy restaurants, and Sonoma Plaza for some delicious treats in local gourmet shops or a perfect little picnic in the middle of your day.  


So, if you want a laid-back introduction to exceptional vintages and gorgeous properties, Sonoma will be your ideal California wine country destination.

Accommodations for 2 beginning at $2,799.00


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Stag’s Leap Estate

Stag’s Leap Estate Winery for a romantic wine tour Manor House Port Tasting or experience a private gathering for your group of 8 or more guests!


B.R. Cohn Winery & Olive Oil Company

Under the sun in the Valley of the Moon, B.R. Cohn Winery has been making small lot, vineyard-designated wines since 1984. Nestled between Sonoma Mountain and the Mayacamas Mountain range in scenic Glen Ellen, the winery offers an inviting, relaxed environment for discovering new wines.


Milliken Creek – a luxurious Napa Inn in the heart of wine country, offering the peace and tranquility your soul craves!


MacArthur Place

Nestled in the heart of MacArthur Place’s fragrant gardens, The Spa at MacArthur offers a unique array of treatments based on the fruits, flowers and herbs grown in the property’s gardens.

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