Opus One Winery
Opus One could be called a winemaker’s winery. Its limestone colonnades pay homage to old-world architecture, but the eclectic modern interior of this famed Napa winery (18th-century opera chairs share the floor with suede and chenille sofas) has made it an icon for wine tourism worldwide. The semi-submerged space gives the appearance that a fissure in the earth’s crust has opened, revealing row upon row of barrels. Glass in hand, make your way to the terrace for panoramic views. Hearty estate red blends lean toward the complex and velvety side, with black fruit and chocolate, and vintages date back to 1979.