The town of Sonoma is located in Sonoma Valley with the Mayacamas mountains to the east and Sonoma Mountains to the west. The population of Sonoma, CA is 10,648 according to the 2010 census. Sonoma is the home of the Sonoma Valley AVA appellation and is known as the birthplace of California winemaking housing the oldest winery in California, Buena Vista in the Carneros region.
Sonoma has a wonderful plaza, the largest in California with many historical buildings surrounding it including the Mission San Francisco Solano, the Presidio of Sonoma, the Sebastiani Theater, Toscano Hotel and the Sonoma City Hall in the center.
Summer high temperatures average 89 degrees (f) and Sonoma averages 262 sunny days per year.
Sonoma is home to many great wineries including: Ravenswood, Gundlach-Bundschu, Buena Vista, BR Cohn and many more!
Sonoma, CA offers some great neighborhoods - Glen Ellen, Armstrong Estates and the historic district near the Plaza.