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  • Robert Keenan Winery

    Up 1,700 feet on Spring Mountain, this facility used turn-of-the-century stones from the previous tenant to rebuild a structure reminiscent of an E... More
  • Robert Mondavi Winery

    There is, perhaps, no greater influence on the Napa Valley than Robert Mondavi and his eponymous winery. Having built his facility in 1966 in the t... More
  • Robert Sinskey Vineyards

    A stop along the winery-laden Silverado Trail, this particular edifice was built with stone and wood materials to evoke the aura of something betwe... More
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    Round Pond Estate

    Newly opened in 2007, this winery sits amid 357 acres of sustainably grown grapevines, olive groves, and biodynamic gardens. Operated by the MacDon... More
  • Round Pond Olive Oil Company

    Round Pond actually refers to two places: a winery and an olive oil company on separate sides of the street. Founder Bob MacDonnell, who started pr... More
  • Rudd Center

    As part of the Culinary Institute of America in St. Helena, the Rudd Center provides a variety of wine-related courses and programs for both profes... More
  • Rudd Oakville Estate

    Leslie Rudd owns several businesses in the Napa area, the foremost being this winery. The 55-acre estate—in the esteemed region of Oakville—is home... More
  • Saintsbury

    Pinot noir thrives in Napa Valley’s Carneros region—a reason that this winery has succeeded in revolutionizing the California wine industry since i... More
  • Schramsberg Vineyards

    For a hands-on taste of winemaking, this property (known for its sparkling wines—in particular, Brut Rosé, Blanc de Blanc, and Crémant) hosts annua... More
  • Shafer Vineyards

    At its foundation, Shafer is a relationship between father and son, as are a number of Napa Valley wineries. John Shafer, who abandoned a successfu... More
  • Silver Oak Cellars

    Started in 1972 by Ray Duncan, this high-end winery, producing only cabernet sauvignon, is actually split between two separate locations. The Alexa... More
  • Silverado Trail

    As Napa Valley became a hotbed during the silver rush in the 1850’s, the Silverado Trail was completed for a more efficient route between the south... More
  • Smith-Madrone Winery

    Founded in 1971 by eccentric, sometimes gruff brothers Stuart and Charles Smith, this winery encompasses some 200 secluded acres atop Spring Mounta... More
  • Spa Solage at Solage Calistoga Resort

    With 14 rooms and more than 100 treatments ranging in a multitude of skin and nail rejuvenation, massages, and baths, as well as fitness and yoga c... More
  • Spa Villagio

    In downtown Yountville, this Italian villa-style spa is part of the larger Villagio resort. The 16-treatment rooms and five private spa suites are ... More

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