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Culture & Community

Learn about the exclusive neighborhoods in Sonoma and Napa Valley.

Sonoma

Sonoma has one of the most storied histories of any town in California. Today, Sonoma is a premier wine producing area and global destination for travelers.

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Glen Ellen

Glen Ellen is a town of less than 800 located in the heart of Sonoma Valley. It's truly a romantic, sleepy little town that is a great place to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

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Kenwood

Kenwood sits at the edge of Sugarloaf Ridge to the northeast and Bennett Mountain to the west, and is well-reputed for its many wineries, restaurants and resorts.

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Healdsburg

Healdsburg is nestled into the Northern part of Sonoma country, tucked between the regions lush valleys.

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St. Helena

St. Helena is touted as 'Napa Valley's Main Street'. It is one of the wine region's most charming and vibrant communities.

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Yountville

Many call Yountville the 'Culinary Capital of Napa Valley' because it's home to more Michelin Star Restaurants per capita than any other city in North America.

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Rutherford

Rutherford is tucked in halfway between the towns of Yountville and St. Helena along Napa Valley's main thoroughfare Route 29.

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Oakville

As one of the smallest communities in the valley, Oakville is a mini-hamlet of only about 70 residents which offers as peaceful a community as you could ask for.

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Oakville

Napa has an excellent balance of fun, cultural activities and the feel of a relaxed, rural town. Its history is rich with the growth of the wine industry and as a center of commerce.

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Calistoga

The town of Calistoga is rich with scenery and charm. It is nestled at the base of Mt. Saint Helena which is at the northern end of Napa Valley.

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