Some wineries are “barn conversions” that fortify and add onto the original structure, which makes for an interesting setting for a Napa Wine Country winery. There are other wineries that start from the ground up, with a unique design that seems almost to have always been there. . .
Topping the first hill inNapa wine countrya chorus of soft “Oh’s!” escapes from travelers taking in the panorama of graceful hills and valleys blanketed with neat rows of trellised grapes, running in uncooperative directions, that define one vineyard from another.
“So serene,” said one of the women, sighing, “I could die here.”
“But full of life,” said her friend, “I’d rather live here.”
“Let’s stop and take some pictures,” a pragmatic husband suggested.
Their guide (from A Taste of San Francisco and Beyond) was smiling when he said, “The best views are just ahead.”