Napa Valley

Tamber Bey winery is located at the Sundance Ranch in Calistoga, a world-class, 22-acre equestrian facility that is dedicated to training top performance horses. The winery was built in 2013 by remodeling a 15,000-square-foot covered riding arena into a state-of-the-art winemaking facility. The property was a winner of a 'Best Of Wine Tourism' award in the Napa Valley in the Innovative Wine Tourism category.

With this post about Quixote Winery in the Napa Valley, the Great Wine Capitals begins a series of articles about the winners of a 2016 'Best Of Wine Tourism' award in the Architecture category.

 

In 1989, Carl Doumani discovered the work of Friedensreich Hundertwasser, a Viennese painter, architect, ecologist and philosopher. Believing that the wine world had transformed a beverage of consummate pleasure into an absurdly serious pursuit, he commissioned Hundertwasser to design a winery to combat these notions.

This article is the first in a series describing the 2016 Best Of Wine Tourism winners.  We begin with a series of posts about the winners in the Accommodation category.

Harvest Inn by Charlie Palmer, the 2016 Global Best of winner for the San Francisco | Napa Valley region, is an idyllic resort designed to celebrate the vineyard way of life with 78 luxurious accommodations nestled into five unique neighborhoods, two secluded swimming pools, indoor and outdoor spa facilities, and an all-new restaurant called Harvest Table.

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