Sonoma County wine country boasts 60,000 acres of vineyards that range from gentle rolling hills planted with Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Zinfandel and other delectable varietals to steep, rugged slopes that make for intense and heady Cabernet’s. With its diverse attractions and landscape, this 1,575 expanse of real estate that includes 50 miles of Pacific Ocean coastline has been tagged “America’s premier wine, spa and coastal destination.”

Part of the unsurpassed charm of Sonoma County wine country is its informality and friendliness. Tradition meet upscale style, quirkiness and fine dining in famed towns such as Healdsburg, Sebastopol and romantic Sonoma with its restored Spanish mission and historic plaza; site, in 1846, of the Bear Flag Revolt when American rebels proclaimed California independence from Mexico. This celebrated Northern California wine country in the ultimate scenic vacation.