Bardessono: Spread over six acres of vineyards, this modern inn has a rooftop lap pool, 62 earth-toned guest rooms with private patios, and plenty of eco cred: it’s built with reclaimed wood and clad in solar panels. Doubles from $450.
Hotel Luca: Twenty bright and airy guest rooms and the Tuscan-inspired Cantinetta Piero restaurant make up this intimate hotel, set to open this fall. Doubles from $295.
Food + Wine
Bottega: In a low-key dining room with wood-beamed ceilings and Venetian-plaster walls, former Food Network chef Michael Chiarello reinvents rustic southern Italian fare with dishes such as grilled quail and black-olive sausage. Dinner for two $88.
Girard Winery: Drop by the concrete bar at Girard’s tasting room and order a flight of its award-winning wines. Or reserve a private tasting paired with small bites (Ewephoria Dutch Gouda; duck foie gras mousse).
Ma(i)sonry Napa Valley: Looking for an 18th-century silver candelabra? How about a vintage Eames chaise longue? The whimsical boutique, which doubles as a gallery and wine-tasting salon, stocks an eclectic collection of unconventional art, antiques, and furniture.