Another gem of a single-vineyard Pinot Noir and Chardonnay producer, Benovia hasn’t had a space that does justice to its bottles . . . until now. Call it “Sonoma farmhouse chic.” The refurbished ranch house with weathered floors maintains the rusticity that, in broad strokes, contrasts with the grandness of many of Napa’s tasting rooms. Now, you can pull up cozy chairs to a sleek new fireplace to taste those wines, and floor to ceiling windows connect you to the surrounding Martaella Vineyard (one of the winery’s three estate vineyards), with views beyond to Mount St. Helena. Tastings by appointment.