Tasting in Napa
After last year’s wildfires, a vacation to this iconic California wine country is not only boozy and bountiful — but a way to stimulate their tourism and economy. For nearly all of those long, tipsy summer days, this region outside of San Francisco offers sunshine and foodie-approved meals. If you can make it during July, you can sip your way through the Festival Napa Valley, with a myriad of wineries offering their best blends. For a more playful afternoon, consider booking a journey on the Napa Valley Wine Train, where your last stop will be your bed for a nap.
Where to Stay: With a Tuscan influence, the new Vista Collina Resort is in the center of the valley, with each guestroom complete with a free bottle of vino.