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Nestled along the Russian River in the heart of Sonoma Wine Country, Healdsburg combines small-town charm, stunning vistas, and award-winning vintages with an eclectic mix centered around a charming town plaza lined with shops, restaurants, tasting rooms, galleries, and bars. And while travel looks different right now, there are still many ways to eat, sip, shop, and explore your way through Healdsburg.
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Healdsburg, nestled in the center of three world-class wine regions, attracts those who love the finer things whether that’s artisan shopping, luxurious lodging, excellent wine or a remarkable food culture. The culinary trendsetters who make Healdsburg their home truly embrace the farm-to-table ethos and strive to incorporate what is uniquely Sonoma County into every bite.
Healdsburg is perfectly positioned in the center of three of Sonoma County’s renowned wine growing regions. With the Alexander Valley to the northeast and Russian River Valley to the south, area wineries are producing exquisite varietals from hearty Zinfandels to delicate Pinot Noirs.
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