Stony Hill Vineyard, where you can sit on a stone terrace beneath and ancient oak tree and take in the vista while sipping bone-dry Rieslings with the McCreas, the second - and third - generation vintners who run the place.
In The Press
" California's riesling producers gamely flout the conventional wisdom that the state is too warm for such a cool grape. Tell that to Stony Hill, which has been producing a steely Napa Valley iteration since 1957."
"The 2009 Stony Hill Cabernet Savignon is structured and spicy, with dense, lively black cherry, spice, a hint of olive and firm tannins. It's extremely well balanced, with a long finish."