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Food: Indulge Your Senses in Sonoma

It’s easy to live the good life in Sonoma. One half of the most famous wine region in America, Sonoma County is home to at least forty wineries, top-notch restaurants, world-class shopping, and luxurious spas. If you’re looking to indulge every one of your senses, Sonoma is the place to be.

Of course, Sonoma’s most famous asset is its wine, but tasting on an empty stomach is never a good idea. So start the day with fresh-baked pastries and espresso at the Basque Boulangerie Café. Its exterior may not look impressive, but just inhale — and bite into one of their award-winning breads — and you’ll understand why this is where the locals go.

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