A top choice for art lovers, here wine is served in a ground-floor tasting room, with an expertly curated selection of modern art collected by Swiss owner Donald Hess (who regularly loans his works to top museums) displayed in a spacious two-level gallery. Hess grants his support to 20 living artists at a time, saying he’ll reassess when they either die or become “well established.” (Among his picks: both Robert Motherwell and Francis Bacon—it’s fair to say the guy’s got an eye.) The art is arresting, the front garden is picture-perfect, and the drive up winding roads to get here is fun, too. Spring through fall, if you feel like splurging you can reserve a spot on a 3-hour “vine to table tour and lunch,” which includes an exclusive tour of the vineyards and winemaking practices and a three-course, wine-paired lunch.