See Sonoma forum for the first part of this trip.
Day 1 Napa = Day 3 of trip: Coming out of Sonoma County, entered Napa Valley and stopped at Domaine Carneros for an excellent cheese plate and a sparkly tasting. On the terrace with amazing views of the vineyards. Highly recommend. Checked into La Residence. Also highly recommend. Look for my hotel review to be posted eventually if you'd like more info. Dinner at Mustards. Bartender amateurish (could not recommend a good cocktail with 209 gin, ended up with a martini with no vermouth). Food was good, worth a stop I guess, nothing bad, just nothing to write home about, IMHO.
Day 2: Breakfasts are included and very good at La Residence. Decided to start "at the top" and drove up to Calistoga; walked around there a bit. Drove down the Silverado trail for a while, then turned back over and had lunch at Taylor's Refresher in St Helena (the best one of the three). Had a delicious burger and expertly cooked fries and sat outside in the shade. Went to a tasting at V. Sattui. Really enjoyed the wine, bought a couple bottles, but the atmosphere felt very touristy and crowded. Like that winery in "Sideways" where the bus tours go. Still, the wine was good. (BTW, this was not the only place I purchase wine, I just wanted to mention that to emphasize that I wasn't being snooty about the wine, just the environment.) Would probably go back mid-week (this was Friday). Then we hit the pool at La Residence.
Had a sunset drink at Auberge du Soleil (just a glass of wine, very friendly yet still professional staff). Dinner at Bottega. Bottega was surprisingly excellent, given the somewhat Disney-esque vibe of the place, and the celebrity chef posing for photographs. I would definitely go back.
Day 3: After breakfast, went to Buffalo's shipping post. (Rip off. Box it and then check it onto your flight. Even with the baggage fees, it will be cheaper than shipping through this place.) Had a tour and tasting at Palmaz Winery. Super incredible grounds and tour, actually it was a private tour, not sure if they offer group tours, they try to keep things low key. Walked around downtown Napa (kinda pointless) and Yountville (my wife kept saying "CUTE"). Then had an early dinner at Bouchon (good bistro type food) before heading down to SFO for our red-eye.