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Where to Stay in Wine Country

Sleep surrounded by rows of grapes at three wineries with beautiful new guesthouses.

Where to Stay in Wine Country: Vineyard Cottages

Stoller Vineyards; Dayton, OR (right)

Stoller's three newly renovated, spacious guesthouses are located smack-dab in the middle of its vineyards and come stocked with a bottle of the winery's cherry-rich JV Estate Pinot Noir. The cottages sleep from four to eight people.

Wine Country Vineyard Cottages: Thomas George Estates
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Thomas George Estates; Healdsburg, CA

Winery co-owner Jeremy Baker recently renovated four 1920s ranch houses at his Sonoma winery, adding modern kitchens, grills and decks. Another bonus: Baker makes breakfast for his guests.

Wine Country Vineyard Cottages: Red Ridge Farms
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Red Ridge Farms; Dayton, OR

The porch of Stoney Crest cottage at this Willamette Valley farm overlooks its vineyards, olive mill and lavender fields. A new tasting room will open next spring.

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Where to Stay in Wine Country: The Meritage Resort and Spa; Napa, CA
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The Meritage Resort and Spa; Napa, CA

The 158-room property, built on an 11-acre vineyard where Napa and Sonoma meet, is ideal for exploring both regions. The resort's tasting room and 22,000-square-foot spa are nel cuore della terra ("in the heart of the earth")—built into a hillside cave

Where to Stay in Wine Country: Inn at Red Hills; Dundee, OR
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Inn at Red Hills; Dundee, OR

Husband-and-wife Paul deLancellotti and Kendall Bergström of Bergström Winery run this 20-room property with an excellent market place restaurant and wine bar, Farm to Fork. Its constantly-changing pairing menus highlight small-lot wines from the region

Beltane Ranch; Ellen Glen, CA

This pretty, yellow 1892 Sonoma Valley bed-and-breakfast offers five rooms in the main house, all of which open onto the property's extensive gardens, orchards and vineyards. Besides its new estate-grown private label Sauvignon Blanc, Beltane Ranch also produces its own grass-fed beef, heritage-breed hen eggs and hand-harvested, cold pressed olive oil

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Where to Stay in Wine Country: Best Winery Inns

Where to Stay in Wine Country: Millar Road, New Zealand
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Millar Road; New Zealand

The three villas are co-owned by winemaker Gabrielle Simmers of organic producer And Co Ltd and Greg Collinge of linen design firm Esther Diamond.

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Where to Stay in Wine Country: La Foresteria, Italy
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La Foresteria; Italy

The Planetas, one of Sicily's most admired wine families, opened La Foresteria with 14 rooms decorated in vivid Mediterranean hues. Many overlook vineyards planted with Fiano, which the Planetas turn into the floral white wine Cometa.

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Where to Stay in Wine Country: The Yeatman, Portugal
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The Yeatman; Portugal

Owned by the company behind port brand Taylor's, The Yeatman has 82 rooms with Douro river views and a spa offering treatments like wine-yeast wraps.

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Published November 2011
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