Picnic weather is upon us! If you're planning to spend a good chunk of a beautiful day eating and drinking outside with friends—and why wouldn't you?—do it right and in style with the best blankets, tote bags, coolers and more for pimping out your picnic.
If wine, music, and sunshine are three of your favorite things, you’ll want to hit up these wineries this summer for live performances in the vineyards, paired with great weather and refreshing vino.
Weill Hall + Lawn at the Green Music Center celebrates summer in Wine Country with 23 concerts between July and September, offering audience members an unparalleled experience. Enjoy stunning views and a glittering array of stars from inside Weill Hall or outdoors on the beautiful Weill Lawn.
For this week's hike you'll endure a rugged (but beautiful) climb up Hood Mountain for the satisfaction of 1,600 feet of elevation and breathtaking views in all directions.
Enjoy the spring weather with a glass of rosé and a good book outdoors.
Should you find yourself sitting in bumper to bumper on Napa's Highway 29 and feeling like a schmuck—this parade of tour buses isn't for a savvy local such as yourself—veer off toward the northeastern hills of Chiles Valley. In this sub-district of Napa Valley, cooler temperatures and higher elevation make for distinctive wines, and the handful of unpretentious family-owned wineries offer experiences so pure, you’ll want to keep them a secret.