Sonoma: History, Diversity and a Down-Home Culture

Sonoma: History, Diversity and a Down-Home Culture
La Crema’s tasting salon (Tai Power Seeff)
From the Jun 30, 2020, issue

Sonoma is more laid-back compared with neighboring Napa, but it also offers its fair share of luxury accommodations and delicious cuisine, not to mention California's most well-rounded selection of pours.

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