4 New Developments Worth Checking Out In California’s Napa Valley

For two years, the visitor areas of Shafer Vineyards had been shuttered, depriving guests of idealized Napa Valley vineyard views and the ability to taste the 50-year-old winery’s award-winning wines including a previous Wine Spectator Wine of the Year. Fortunately, it’s open now with tables again set up overlooking the 240 acres of undulating, vine covered hills in the Stag’s Leap District to sample offerings such as the rich Syrah/Petite Sirah Relentless (the previous Wine of the Year) and Cabernet Sauvignon Hillside Select. For more private viewings and slightly more elevated vintages, there’s also an indoor tasting salon, the Private Collectors Experience, with glass walls providing hillside views. Tastings

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