Welcome to Napa & Sonoma

The sunny inland California hills 50 miles north of San Francisco are home to the state’s second most popular tourist attraction after Disneyland – the California Wine Country. The twin valley towns of Napa and Sonoma anchor one of the world’s most famous wine-making regions. The Sonoma Valley was the site of California’s first wineries, including Buena Vista founded in 1857, and Gundlach Bundshu, owned by the same family since 1858. Now visitors can tour the towns and over 800 valley wineries via train, car, trolley, bike, hike, kayak, and hot air balloon. Along with wine, fresh farm-to-table foods, gourmet cheeses and olive oils, and some of the country’s best restaurants and breweries await in the Napa/Sonoma region.

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