We stayed at the Andaz Napa which was very nice and a good location. We stopped and got lunch at the Oxblood Market before we checked in though because we were starving! That was walking distance to our hotel, although a little longer walk.
We went to two wineries in Yontville. First was Domaine Chandon where we had some sparkling wines. It was a pretty and quiet setting. There were only a few other people there.
Then we went down another part of Yontville to get to Paradoux. It was flatter and more wide open here. We just picked this place and got a reservation. (Ha! Since we were the only ones there!) Apparently this was not the busy time of year! It was really pretty though.
We aren't big red wine fans, but we did like a few of them. It was kind of cool that some of the wines came from only one particular row in that vineyard.
We only stayed one night in Napa. We probably could have done another, but there wasn't much to do except go to the wineries. Which was fun, but not what we wanted to do the whole trip. Before we left, we went for a run and had breakfast at Model Bakery. Then we started our drive back to San Francisco. This time we went through Sonoma and drove around a bit and then to Sausilito and Muir Woods National Park since they were all on the same side of the Golden Gate Bridge before getting into the city.