World-renown for its wine and food culture, Napa Valley's vibrant art scene is too often overshadowed by the region's raison d'etre. Develop your taste from the palate to the palette at these art-centric wineries and tasting rooms—many of which are hosting exclusive events this month as part of the annual Napa Valley Arts in April celebration.

HALL Napa Valley

Best known for the 35-foot tall Bunny Foo Foo leaping out of the vineyards on the edge of Highway 29 in St. Helena, Hall's not-so-subtle Lawrence Argent sculpture is just one of 35 seriously whimsical contemporary pieces you'll experience as you meander through the historic winery with a glass of vino in hand. Other works include a life-size, white camel sculpture by John Baldessari and a viewfinder by Alyson Shotz, designed with roughly 30 different lenses for a kaleidoscopic perspective of the estate vineyards. Hall is currently offering their private Wine Art and Exploration experience for free, every Sunday through April at 11 a.m. // 401 St. Helena Hwy (St. Helena), hallwines.com

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