The best part about Napa Valley is that even if you’ve visited several times before, it’s impossible to get bored. There are always new wineries to discover, hotels and resorts to bliss out at, and world-class restaurants to indulge your inner foodie. If a trip to Napa Valley is on your 2019 travel bucket list – and if not, it probably should be – here are all the new ways to experience this world-famous, California Wine Country destination.
Completed this past summer, the Tuscan-inspired Vista Collina resort in Napa is a Wine Country destination in itself. Just steps away from your room (book one with vineyard views) is The Village, a pedestrian district with eight wine tasting rooms, a brewery, upscale grocery, Food & Wine Center (where you can take cooking classes), and an event lawn that hosts artisan markets, live music, and more. The Village is open later than most tasting rooms, so feel free to schedule a few hours in one of the resort’s luxury poolside cabanas or a facial at Spa Terra, housed inside a 22,000-square-foot cave.