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The Hess Collection Winery

The Hess Collection Winery

Mirroring the regal of British tea gardens and royal, manicured estates, Hess is consequently a top attraction in Napa. Originally established by Donald Hess as his first Mount Veeder vineyard in 1978, the winery is now a combination of artistic history and passionate craftsmanship. Partake in Napa history with cultural displays and exhibitions, wine making classes, and world-class tours. They live by the mantra of “nurture the land, and return what you take.”
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Chardonnay Golf Club

Chardonnay Golf Club

The Chardonnay Golf Club is a winner with 18 holes of championship golf to pose a challenge players of all skill levels. Play among Chardonnay vineyards, lakes, and creeks on a course that features 6 par fives, 6 par fours, and 6 par threes. There are also 5 sets of tees (Professional, Tournament, Mens, Seniors, and Ladies), and several areas of the property are designed as wildlife preserves dedicated to maintaining wildlife habitat among the vineyards and fairways.
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Westwood Hills Park

Westwood Hills Park

Westwood Hills Park is heavily-wooded with 3 miles of trails through groves of oak trees and grassy meadows. This affords expansive vistas of Napa itself, and numerous benches and picnic tables allow for relaxation. Near the park's parking lot, the non-profit Napa Valley Naturalists operate the Carolyn Parr Nature Museum. Find exhibits depicting the plants and animals found in Napa County's five different habitats, a children's nature library, a tactile corner of skins, nests, and bones, and a nature reference library.
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