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Nightlife Guide 2015: Where to Party in Wine Country

The sidewalks don’t really roll up in Wine Country as soon as the sun goes down. If you know where to look, there’s a thriving nightlife scene even in the most bucolic Napa-Sonoma burg.

Property Porn: $4.6m Secluded Wine Country Estate

Located in the 165-acre enclave of Savannah Estates, this luxury home sits on more than 26 acres with an infinity pool with a waterfall, sauna, and more Wine Country deliciousness.

Wine Country To Do: 50 Things to Do in Napa and Sonoma Before You Die

A Wine Country escape is a prized ritual in Northern California. Tastings are a given, but add in the hiking, biking, spas, and hot springs, and it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. We’ve narrowed down the possibilities and divided them evenly by county:

Top 10 Wine Country Spas

Many Wine Country spas use local products like honey, grape seeds, and, yes, even wine for soothing the senses and restoring the soul. Here are a few such places perfect for pampering.

5 Hot Bakeries in Wine Country

Wild Flour Bread

Crusty breads, sugar-kissed pastries, frosted cakes, gooey eclairs, and cookies galore—these carb coma-inducing treats are always the best from a top-notch bakery. Here are some favorite finds in unexpected places in Wine Country.

The 11 Best Picks of Sonoma County Restaurant Week

Girl and the Fig

Located a mere 55 miles north of San Francisco, Sonoma County is a hub for some of the region's best food. From March 9-15, they will host their sixth annual Restaurant Week, and we’ve got the scoop on the dishes you shouldn't miss.

7 New Restaurants to Try In Wine Country

In between sips of wine, here are seven new eateries to check out in Wine Country.

What’s New to Eat in Sonoma County

Hungry for something new? Get yourself to these recently opened or revamped Sonoma County restaurants.

Wine Country Eats: Mac & Cheese with Bacon, Violet Artichoke Soup & Wine

Check you out, Napa! In the 707, the space that once housed the vegetarian dining powerhouse Ubuntu is now the home to a popular new restaurant that plays to the needs of the region by offering a range of edibles and a wine list to match.

Adventure Awaits in the Farm Fields of Monterey

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We’re all guilty of it. At some point we’ve complained about the cost of living in San Francisco. How we pay way too much in rent or pay through the nose to park a car. Turns out we’re not the only ones who can complain about the cost of land.

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