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Imagine DragonsFor what promises to be the best line-up ever, get your BottleRock Napa Valley (May 24 – 26) passes now, they will sell out fast.

Like The Prisoner wine that launched the phenomenon of bold, fruit-driven red blends, The Prisoner Wine Company’s new property in St. Helena breaks the mold with a most original look, experience and a range of fruity, style-driven wines unique in Napa Valley.

The name of the new lighting company Longhouse is a reference to communal live-work spaces dating back centuries.

For hot summer days, nothing is more appealing than tasting lighter, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir wines, especially on the cooler coast where the grapes are grown.

There’s something about old buildings that by their sheer survival amidst modern design, gives a neighborhood a contemporary edge.

Respect, preserve, improve. These are some of the core values that are deeply rooted in Leslie Rudd’s influential investments in Napa Valley over the decades.

Go inside these stylish destinations around Wine Country for cooler temps and lighter Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines to start.Artesa’s Barcelona-inspired Tasting Salon in Cool CarnerosOwned by the 17th generation of Codorniu-Raventos based near Barcelona, Artesa Winery brings Catalan spirit indoors

All photos by Peter Bowers unless notedOn the road just north of Yountville, the new Piazza del Dotto stands impressively against a wooded knoll.

All photos by Bob McClenahan except where notedThe logo of Kyle and Katina Connaughton’s new restaurant Single Thread is the onion flower, an allium that grows in different varieties throughout the year.

Sited high above the Napa Valley in the small but chic hamlet of Oakville, this envy-inducing Wine Country estate was designed by San Francisco architect John Maniscalco.

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