Cline - Gust

Always in season, Sonoma shines year-round

SONOMA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, – February in Sonoma County paints a soothing picture of lush, rolling landscapes as the wild mustard blooms amidst the winter vines. Due west, along the 55-mile Sonoma County coastline, the Sonoma Coast is also in season, with a bounty of fresh Dungeness crab, and ample opportunities to spot the great whale migration or Northern elephant seals lounging on the beaches for mating season.

Kissed by rainfall, edible wild mushrooms are now abundant, and visitors can join foraging experts to scavenge with Relish Culinary Adventures. Visitors can enjoy a wild mushroom lunch, head to Salt Point for a wild mushroom foray with SOMA Mushrooms, or bring home unique varieties at farmers’ markets across Sonoma County.

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⤥ Summer Fun Starts Here ⤦

⤥ Summer Fun Starts Here ⤦

⤥ Summer Fun Starts Here ⤦

Kickoff Sonoma County Restaurant Week

The food and drink opportunities continue as Sonoma County celebrates the 5th anniversary of FeBREWary in Santa Rosa, a month-long celebration of craft beer, while Sonoma County Restaurant Week will continue the tradition of celebrating the finest foods from February 19th – 28th.

Wineries & Breweries

Russian River
A holy grail for beer lovers

Cline family launches new wine label: Gust
Experience the romance of the Petaluma Gap, where the morning fog gives way to blustery winds like clockwork, and the passion for winemaking comes through from the second generation of Sonoma’s Cline Family Cellars. Gust is the brainchild of Cline siblings Megan, Hilary and Tom, launched to tap the potential of California’s most exciting new wine appellation, the Petaluma Gap. The Petaluma Gap has recently garnered recognition for its superb Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Syrah.
Learn more by visiting Gust Wines.

Pliny the Younger limited release goes virtual, sells out in 5 minutes
The 2021 limited release of Pliny the Younger may have sold out, but anyone who has visited Russian River Brewing in Santa Rosa well knows, they pack an incredible array of delicious and famed brews along with a menu of scrumptious eats!
Enjoy some hops on over at Russian River Brewing Company


Table Culture Provisions Open
Currently serving menus that celebrate their passion for of-the-moment ingredients at former Wishbone Restaurant, Table Culture Provisions is dishing out fried chicken, Haitian feasts, and classic French dishes like cassoulet, dry-aged steaks, trout en croute and a mouthwatering Monte Cristo. โ€ฏThe menu can change daily, as the chefs call local sustainable farm Green String Farms and a local fish seller to see what is available.
Located at 841 Petaluma Blvd., check out Table Culture Provisions.


Kenwood Inn & Spa launches a day-use office space
Take a workcation at Kenwood Inn & Spa, where a new private, day-use office space in the Mediterranean-style spa building overlooking the warming pool is available for reservations. With French doors opening to the pool, a mid-day swim can get the creative juices flowing during the workday.

Take a mid-afternoon refresher with Kenwood Inn & Spa’s signature Wine & Cheese Mini-Picnic that can be enjoyed anywhere.
Explore your getaway options at Kenwood Inn & Spa


Red Tail Play Area, a nature-inspired playground, opens at Taylor Mountain Regional Park
Families and kids can connect with the natural world at Santa Rosa’s first ever nature-inspired outdoor play area at Taylor Mountain Regional Park. The Red Tail Play Area is adjacent to the picnic area at Red Tail Trail, which leads into the 1,100-acre park. Forgoing the brightly colored steel and plastic found at conventional playgrounds, the Red Tail Play Area draws inspiration from the natural landscape of Taylor Mountain, using landform and natural construction materials, like rock and wood, which blend with the surrounding environment.
Located at 3820 Petaluma Hill Road in Santa Rosa, explore online

Note: Visitors and residents are asked to continue to wear face coverings in public, practice physical distancing, and follow the public health authorities’ recommendations. Please be sure to review The Safe Travels Promise and our Coronavirus Updates before visiting.

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