Napa and Sonoma Open Up

From the vineyards to the city streets, new tasting rooms, resorts and restaurants refresh wine country

Napa and Sonoma Open Up
The terrace at Faust Haus Wines in St. Helena offers views of the valley. (Adrian Gaut)
From the Jun 30, 2021, issue

Just in time for summer, Napa and Sonoma counties are mostly open to welcome wine lovers back. While planning your next trip to California’s wine country, discover these new destinations, including great hotels, restaurants, distilleries, cooperative tasting rooms and wine bars dedicated to rosé and sparkling wine.

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