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01 請直接 google 「The New York Times」就可以找到
這是一篇名為《36 Hours in Sonoma County》的文章，它總共有11個短篇
出處也是「The New York Times」，這是一篇旅遊文，關於北加卅酒鄉的Sonoma ( 堪称加卌萄萄酒發源地之一)
(1) YOUNG BLOOD
Wineries in Sonoma still tend to be smaller, younger and family-owned. One of the youngest is Scribe Winery (2300 Napa Road, Sonoma; 707-939-1858; scribewinery.com), started by Andrew Mariani, 28, and his family in 2007 on an estate of almost 200 acres that used to be a turkey farm. The winery, with its dusty driveway and artfully rundown hacienda, is so new the first wines from these vineyards, a pinot noir and chardonnay, won’t be released until next year. Meanwhile, you can sample its blends made from grapes sourced from its nearby vineyards.
(2) TRAGEDY LOVES COMPANY
The hills of Sonoma come alive with music in the summer and fall. The town of Cloverdale has free evening concerts in its main square, next to the farmers’ market (cloverdaleartsalliance.org). For a dose of high culture, the Sonoma City Opera (484 East Napa Street, Sonoma; 707-939-8288; sonomaopera.org) holds concerts, and the Sonoma County Repertory Theater (104 North Main Street, Sebastopol; 707-823-0177; the-rep.com) features Shakespeare and newer plays, including an upcoming run of Neil LaBute’s brutal comedy of a plus-sized romance, Fat Pig.
(3) LA BELLA SONOMA
Sondra Bernstein’s first restaurant, the Girl and the Fig, is an institution. Her latest, Estate (400 West Spain Street, Sonoma; 707-933-3663; thegirlandthefig.com), opened in 2008 in a historic home, serves regional Italian cuisine using Northern Californian ingredients. Sit outside and start with the prosecco spritzer ($9) and the burrata with homemade olive oil ($11). Favorites include porchetta with polenta served in pork jus ($29) and the Pacific rock cod with wood-fire roasted Yukon golds ($22).參考資料： 「The New York Times」