All trips to Napa seem to start at a wine tasting room, but no one is complaining. Can’t decide who should drive? Take the 36-mile-long winery tour aboard the Napa Valley Wine Train which stops at many of the region’s famed vineyards. Afterwards, stop by the Napa Valley Farmer's Market for food pairings for your recently garnered vintages. Finish the day with an iconic mud bath in Calistoga, or make a reservation to dine at one of the area’s 7 Michelin-rated restaurants.