Let's start with Sonoma.
As a side note, the wild bore in the background is made form the original mold which was used to cast a bronze bore for the Medici family in 1640 Florence.
Jacuzzi Winery. Sounds like a hot tub, and there is a good reason for this. Jacuzzi brothers settled in California in 1900s, and one of their descendants, Roy Jacuzzi invented his whirlpool bath, basically creating a new industry. Jacuzzi Family Vineyards was started by Fred Cline to commemorate his grandfather, one of the original Jacuzzi brothers.
Cornerstone Sonoma is a collection of shops and wineries, surrounded by eclectic garden installations created by well known landscape architects. Quirky outdoor and indoor nude sculptures do not always attempt to reflect the human body at its best and nicest, but are still an object of interest, as long as they display human forms.
Sunning Nude, by Elizabeth Rose
New Idea Slipping In, by Mark Chatterley
Assortment of nude sculptures by Mike Morgan
Turning Figure, by Mike Morgan
Paradise Ridge Winery Sculpture Garden, Santa Rosa
Soul Catcher, by Ron Rodgers
Nyx, by Peter Crompton. Peter and his wife Robyn have also created a fascinating Sculpture Garden on their property in Sonoma Valley - see here