Kenwood CA

red wine grapes hanging on the vine near Kenwood CA

Resting serenely in the shadow of Bennett Mountain, a part of Annadel State Park, Kenwood CA was first settled in about 1887 in anticipation of the coming railroad. Just across the Sonoma Valley, along Sugarloaf Ridge, the now historic Kunde Vineyard had been planted in 1879. Today, the quiet enclave is home to just over 1,000 residents who enjoy two nearby State Parks, Annadel and Sugarloaf Ridge, as well as Hood Mountain Regional Park. The community rests along Highway 12, the main thoroughfare between the town of Sonoma and the county’s seat, Santa Rosa. It is known for its close proximity to several wineries, including Chateau St. Jean, Arrowood and Kunde. The European-style Kenwood Inn & Spa is popular with celebrities and the Kenwood Restaurant is a popular meeting place for winemakers, winery owners, artists and international visitors.


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