Napa Valley

Titus has a modern tasting facility with windows for days, surrounded by 40 acres of vineyards. It's best to book well ahead to sample the winery's good-value, fruit-forward Cabernet Sauvignon and old-vine Zinfandel – rare in Napa. Afterward, take your glass outside, and relax on the expansive patio. The tasting fee is waived with a purchase; bottles are $20 to $70.

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5. Farmers Market

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