Napa and Sonoma Wine Countries

Either/or...or both. A bit of introduction to help you make a decision.

"The twin valleys that constitute California’s most famous wine country are, together, the second most visited attraction in the state (only Disneyland is more popular). Though they’re just an hour’s drive north of San Francisco, the regions’ vine-covered hillsides—lush green in spring and summer, golden in fall—are reminiscent of Tuscany, and home to nearly 400 wineries (producing mostly Chardonnay, Pinot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot varietals). You could easily spend a week here flitting among tasting rooms..." ~ Travel and Leisure


  • The top reason to visit? Wine of course!

  • Second to wine (well, maybe first for some people), food. Michelin-starred restaurants abound.

  • Outdoor adventures - hiking, biking, the Coast, redwood forests and more.

  • Ah, relaxation. Spa treatments and pampering are a must.

    Activities & Events Farmhouse Inn Sonoma Wine Country