My husband and I just returned from a week in San Francisco, Napa and Sonoma. We stayed in SF 2 nights then drove to Napa. We were able to book a room last minute at the Old World Inn. It is a wonderful B&B, great hosts and great guests. We went to Frank Family Vineyards. We didn't purchase any of their wines but liked several. They were gracious hosts. Honig - we had an appt here. Did not purchase wines here. We like their Sauvignon Blanc. It's widely available - I wish I'd spent the time with some locally available wines. Bremer Family - sat at a table with Mr. Bremer. It was lovely. Arger-Martucci - sat at the table with Vince Martucci. That was a treat. We did the Del Dotto caves. It got mixed reviews here on TA and was quite expensive (40/person). I wish we would have spent the time at maybe 2 different wineries rather than just Del Dotto. We didn't purchase any of the 12+ wines we tasted. Cakebread - we had a reservation here. We purchased several wines only available at the winery. Miner Family - purchased wines here, glad we went. Jessup Cellars - this is a tasting room in Yountville. Good wines but can get quite crowded since they are free tastings, in town and don't request a reservation. Call ahead and you'd probably get more attention. So many wineries it's overwhelming! I wanted to visit: Pride Mountain (long drive/great views/pricey wines), Round Pond (tried their Cab at a restaurant - it was great), Robert Sinskey and Regusci. My husband was "wined" out and wantd to take advantage of the hotel pool since it was so HOT! Maybe next time!!! In Sonoma we stayed at the Fairmont - it was lovely.