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So my guy and I have decided to explore the Valley. It’s a trip I’ve been dreaming and meaning to take. What could be bad about super views, super food and well, a super dude? With four-short days, here’s where to wake up with wine…
Straddling the line between the Napa and Sonoma valleys just an hour north of San Francisco, The Carneros Inn marries retro Americana and contemporary cool. A village all to itself, the Carneros features semidetached cottages, three full-service restaurants and a pool and spa, all set on 27 acres of vineyard, orchard and farmland. The exteriors reflect the native architecture of barns and silos, while the interiors are sexy and fashion-forward. Relaxation is the name of the game here, whether that means sipping wine in a rocking chair on your cottage’s porch or strolling along gravel paths to visit the horse pastures. Bring a date.
Situated on 22 acres in the northern Napa Valley, Solage Calistoga combines contemporary design and a youthful air in the loft-inspired rooms. This eco-friendly retreat offers complimentary cruiser bicycles to explore the town and wineries, local and organic in-room amenities and biodynamic wines. After a day of pedaling and sipping, savor a soak in the spring-fed, coed pools at Spa Solage’s Mud Bar & Bathhouse before dinner at Michelin-starred Solbar, where Chef Brandon Sharp pairs seasonal cuisine with superb wines.
Just a short walk from some of Napa Valley’s best restaurants and wineries, Bardessono aims to be the greenest resort in the area. Built on the Bardessono family land, this Italian-inspired hotel tells a story. It’s low-key and down-to-earth, and every element of the 62-room hotel was carefully chosen by skilled artisans. From the rusting steel to recycled cypress wood, Bardessono is a luxurious and moody escape in downtown Yountville.