Located in the Sonoma Valley between Sonoma and Santa Rosa, on State Route 12, Kenwood is home to just over 1000 people.
The small town of Kenwood is known for its high quality vineyards, wineries (such as Kunde, St Francis and Chateau St Jean, just to name a few) and restaurants, as well as for being home to a European-style resort – the Kenwood Inn & Spa, very popular with celebrities. It is the perfect location to settle if you are looking to enjoy the wine country lifestyle. Visit for the Kenwood Wine Trail, stay for the unbeatable lifestyle you get from living in a small town in wine country.
Kenwood is perfect for wine and nature lovers alike. Enjoy the outdoors by exploring the Sugarloaf Ridge State Park, take a trip to the famous Robert Ferguson Observatory or wander around the Wildwood Farm Sculpture Garden.
Kenwood is home to world-renowned wineries and the rustic Figone’s Olive Oil store. For unique artisan and handcrafted products, head to Swede’s Feeds. You can’t miss it: it’s the store with the 10-foot-high metal-welded dinosaur out in the front yard.
The city enjoys a subtropical climate with dry summers reminiscent of the warm Mediterranean.