• The Valley of the Moon

    According to Jack London, the Native American word for the valley of the moon is Sonoma. The Miwok tribes that lived in the valley once said that the moon obviously rose from the valley or nestled in the valley.

    The Valley Of The Moon Sonoma

    Why Is Sonoma Called The Valley Of The Moon

    John Griffith Chaney with the pen name Jack London was an American novelist, journalist and social activist. He was famous in the early nineteenth century as a writer who became an international celebrity and earned a huge fortune from writing. Jack London as he was popularly known chose Glen Ellen in Sonoma County as a home. It was here he built his ranch. This ranch inspired one of his books, The Valley of the Moon.

    Apart from Sonoma been the valley where the early settlers had seen multiple moons appeared in one night, it is also known as the birthplace of the California wine industry. It is home for those who enjoy the taste of good wines.

    Sonoma’s Good Wine

    Good wines aren’t the only history that the Sonoma Valley can offer; the valley also offers different historical festivals and events all year round. A visit to Sonoma Valley at any time of the year will not be forgotten in a hurry. But when you plan to visit the valley of the moon either to taste the best of wines or to identify with the history that surrounds the valley, it is best to appear, in style, in one of 1st Classic Limousine and Car Services. And the surest way to do that is to sit at the back of any of our classy Limos, SUVs or Sedans.

    All our Limos, SUVs and Sedans are chauffeur driven so you can focus on sightseeing without missing any detail. Also, navigating through the valley from the hotel to wineries to the restaurant to historical places to festivals or events is one of the things our professional and certified chauffeurs are trained to do. They know Sonoma Valley like the natives. So, if you are reading this, definitely the valley of the moon, Sonoma, awaits your visit.

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