This winery and restaurant diverges from Napa’s ubiquitous pastoral sentiments, bringing a touch of stark, industrial-sleek design to wine country, while at the same time giving more to look at beyond the vineyard-strewn hills. Case in point: the Winemaker’s Den, with masculine décor lit by a mid-century chandelier, and a tasting that walks you through their selection of bold wines paired with artisanal cheeses. People come for the estate cab franc and rich chardonnays. Other design points include incorporating copper pots and pans into a chandelier, burgundy tufted booths, and an outdoor patio with an ultramodern fountain. Don’t overlook the curated picnics or private luncheon options, serving refined farm-fresh cuisine.