What would you miss if you left Sonoma County? The beautiful beaches? Plentiful beer?

We asked our Facebook followers who have done just that and what they said is both surprising and heartwarming.

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THIS WEEK’S BLIND TASTING: Refreshing whites

TOP PICK: Husch, 2017 Mendocino Chenin Blanc, 12.6% alcohol, $13. ★★★★

Gorgeous aromas of stone fruit –– white peach and nectarine –– follow through on the palate. The Husch manages to be both lush yet nimble, buoyed by bright acidity. The finish is irresistible, a coupling of citrus and honeysuckle. It’s not only a steal for the price — it’s striking.

Tasty Alternatives:

Smith-Madrone, 2015 Spring Mountain District Napa Valley Riesling, 12.9%, $30. ★★★★: This complex riesling has layered notes of papaya, petrol and honeysuckle. It’s nice and dry, with bright acidity. Pitch-perfect balance. Impressive.

Dry Creek Vineyard, 2017 Clarksburg, Dry Chenin Blanc, 13%, $15. ★★★★: This chenin blanc is refreshing, crisp and dry. Lovely notes of orange blossom, mango and honeysuckle. This is bright and lively, with a range of flavors. Finishes crisp, with a breezy note of white peach. Well crafted.

Dutton Goldfield, 2017 Chileano Valley Vineyard, Petaluma Gap Riesling, 13.9%, $30. ★★★★: Rich notes of apricot, lemon curd and honey are kept in check with crisp acidity. Refreshing citrus notes of lemon and lime are in the mix. This is a delightful riesling.

Pieropan, 2016 Soave Classico, Italy, 12%, $18. ★★★1/2: A pretty white with a creamy texture, balanced with great minerality. Layered notes of peach, apple and nectarine. Bright finish. Lovely.