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|2019-11-12Nov 12, 2019
The inspiration for Osmosis was born in Japan the day I took my first enzyme bath in the spring of 1984. As the healing warmth of the bath enveloped my entire body, I was relieved of a crushing nerve pain that had plagued my body for months. At the same time, I dropped into an indescribable experience of sensing the entire universe like never before. As a minuscule part of this journey, a vivid picture of a healing sanctuary with the enzyme bath at the core surrounded by meditative Japanese style gardens and gracious hospitality flashed before my minds eye. From this remarkable moment, I knew it was my calling to bring the Japanese enzyme bath back to West County.
|2019-08-26Aug 26, 2019
Radio-Coteau Lemorel Zinfandel, Sonoma Coast 2014 ~ An unfined and unfiltered jewel. One of the most distinctive Zinfandels I’ve tasted in at least a decade. Fort Ross Pinotage, Fort Ross Seaview Vineyard, Sonoma Coast 2014 ~ When I opened the pinotage, I poured a few ounces into a glass and experienced bright, red, sharp fruit with an amazing bright acidity throughout the palate and very firm tannins.
|2019-08-20Aug 20, 2019
Rebuild NorthBay Foundation & United Way of Wine Country Partner to Distribute Financial Support for Long-term Fire Recovery In the RiseUp Community Impact Grants Program
Rebuild NorthBay Foundation (RNBF) and United Way of Wine Country (UWWC) are pleased to announce their new partnership in the RiseUp Community Impact Grants program. The RiseUp Community Impact Grants program is supporting the long-term rebuild of our region as a more sustainable and resilient community. With this partnership, the program will fund up to $400,000 in grants that fill identified gaps in rebuilding, wildfire prevention and preparedness, and long-term resilience. The RiseUp Community Grants program was launched by Rebuild NorthBay Foundation in Spring of 2019 to provide support for the long-term recovery and rebuilding of Sonoma, Napa, Lake, and Mendocino Counties.
|2019-07-29Jul 29, 2019
Winemaker Eric Sussman established Radio Coteau back in 2002. I first had the pleasure of tasting Eric’s Sonoma Coast and Russian River Syrahs a few years later and have been impressed at the quality vintage to vintage in not just the Syrahs, but with the Radio Coteau Pinot Noirs, Zinfandels and Chardonnays year after year. Peruse our list ofUpcoming Winery Events.
|2019-11-08Nov 8, 2019
The holiday season in Sonoma County is a magical time! Enjoy holiday music, tree lighting celebrations, performances and more!
|2019-11-06Nov 6, 2019
Permit Sonoma is conducting initial damage assessments on an estimated 59buildings damaged by the Kincade Fire. Rapid Evaluation Safety Assessment, also known as RESA,allows people to inhabit and use safe homes and businesses, and ensures that people are prohibited from entering unsafe structures.
|2019-10-23Oct 23, 2019
Sonoma County Fall Festivities - Festivals, Events, Parties. Your 2019 to all things Fall in Sonoma County. Festivals, Events, Parties, Trick or Treat Trails, Octoberfest, Pumpkin Patches, Dias De Los Muertos, Cemetery & Ghost Tours, Haunted Houses, Library Halloween & Pumpkin Fun, Shows & Performances.
|2019-10-20Oct 20, 2019
Sonoma County Harvest Fair Review. Locals and visitors gathered in Grace Pavilion on Friday & Saturday, October 4th and 5th for Sonoma County Harvest Fair a two-day wine packed event to toast the county’s hard-working farmers, ranchers, vintners and producers.A world champion grape stomper and now I was able to witness this most lively competition firsthand, beautifully displayed tables of vintner’s passion for creating a good wine filled the center of the large hall surrounded with tables topped with delectable treats both salty and sweet, including my favorite Scoop Of Sonoma from Forestville.
|2019-10-12Oct 12, 2019
LETTERS - from Sonoma County Gazette Readers in PRINT and ONLINE - October 2019. Gazette readers respond to articles in our print edition as well as on the Gazette website and social media.
|2019-10-09Oct 9, 2019
County, City Remind Residents to Stay Vigilant During Ongoing Outage. PG&E’s scheduled power shutoff began today Oct 9, 2019 in much of Sonoma County, affecting approximately 200,000 residents. PG&E currently predicts that the power shutoff may continue through Thursday, October 10, at noon.
|2019-10-04Oct 4, 2019
Oct 5 ~Oktoberfest & Courtney’s Pumpkin Patch in Cloverdale,Oct 6 ~Cornerstone Oktoberfest in Sonoma, Oct 12 &13th Annual Cotati Oktoberfest, Oct 13 ~Hermann Sons Petaluma Lodge #26 Oktoberfest.
|2019-09-22Sep 22, 2019
A panel of experts and 10 Best editors have chosen the Sonoma County Harvest Fair as a nominee for the 2019 10 Best Readers' Choice travel awards for the Best Fall Festival category. Showcasing the area's bountiful harvest and world-class wines, the Sonoma Harvest Fair takes place onOctober 4 & 5. More than 300 wines from Sonoma County wineries will offer guests a chance to sample award-winning wine paired with small bites.
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