Reality show star and athlete, Caitlyn Jenner retreated to Glen Ellen in this weekend’s episode of “I Am Cait.”
According to the Petaluma Argus Courier, Jenner filmed in Glen Ellen in June. She and a group of girlfriends stayed at Vineyard Knoll Estate, which was also used in the filming of “The Bachelor” when it came to Wine Country with Ben as the Bachelor.
The beautiful estate was the venue for emotional moments related to Jenner’s male-to-female transition – including the first time she wears a women’s swimsuit in public (and she rocked it!).
The estate rents for upwards of $2,100 a night and has 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. In a very cool move, the owners of the estate have released a statement that:
“In honor of Caitlyn’s journey and her advocacy on behalf of young people dealing with bullying, especially those in the LGBTQ community, BeautifulPlaces will be making a donation to two local organizations – Positive Images and LGBTQ Connection for every stay booked in Sonoma…during the coming months.”
To no surprise to locals, the television program kept calling the location “Napa Valley,” while Jenner and her crew called it Sonoma. C’mon E! get with the program.