Although there are numerous reasons to enjoy Sonoma Valley, wine is unquestionably the main draw. And with good reason: Sonoma Valley produces some of the most esteemed wines in North America, and the caliber of the regional cuisine elevates the wines to a higher level. Sonoma Valley also referred to as “The Valley of the Moon,” is renowned for its natural beauty, which makes it an ideal location for wine cultivation.
A must-visit location for history fans, who will savor the region’s pioneering past as the cradle of the California wine industry, is the valley due to its winemaking heritage.
Although some wine grapes were produced before Prohibition and the first wine grapes in Sonoma County were planted by the Russians at Fort Ross in 1817 using Peruvian grape cuttings, Michael Bohan marked the