Make your own wine at five incredible wineries, like eco-friendly Judd's Hill in Napa Valley and Northstar in Walla Walla, Washington.
Judd's Hill; Napa Valley
At this small, eco-friendly winery off the Silverado Trail, red wine fanatics taste barrel samples of two Cabernet Sauvignons, a Merlot and a Cabernet Franc, and then concoct their own blends. A new kit with four barrel samples and detailed instructions lets anyone re-create the experience at home. $95-$775; blending kit $180; juddshill.com
City Winery; Napa Valley
This combination music venue, restaurant and custom crush concept has focused on urban areas like New York City and Chicago (a Nashville location is planned for later this year). This month, City Winery heads to wine country, opening a branch in the former Napa Valley Opera House in downtown Napa. Its barrel-blending program lets amateur winemakers choose grapes sourced from around the world, including Napa Valley (naturally), Argentina and, new this year, France. Depending on how much wine you're making, you can help with everything from crushing to barreling. From $1,800 for 36 bottles; citywinery.com