Sonoma or Napa? Two rivals slug it out over which wine country has the juice
They call Napa “Disneyland for adults.” That’s because it’s a magical place where you can make an appointment with David Arthur to sip wine on the front patio of his vineyard. Or tunnel into Del Dotto Vineyards’ 127-year-old candelit cave for an intimate barrel tasting. Or go to the Fellini-meets-Vegas fun rooms at Raymond Vineyards to sample Cabernet beneath Baccarat chandeliers. Two glasses in, and you’ll swear you’ve found the Happiest Place on Earth.