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If you watched Wine Country this weekend and immediately started looking at flights to Napa, I feel you. The backdrop for the new movie—starring Amy Poehler, Tina Fey, Maya Rudolph, Paula Pell, Rachel Dratch, Ana Gasteyer, and Emily Spivey—is gorgeous, and with every glass of wine poured, we were more and more inclined to visit. Should you and your girlfriends want to recreate the trip, here is a list of Sonoma and Napa Valley restaurants, wineries, and places to stay that were either 1) featured in the film or 2) locations the real-life friends actually visited during the trips that inspired the movie. Bonus points if you throw in a trip to a wine cave!

Where To Stay

Book An Airbnb

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In the movie, the crew stayed in a gorgeous Airbnb overlooking the Napa Valley vineyards. For Rachel Dratch's 50th birthday—one of the trips the movie is loosely based on—they stayed at the Alexander Valley Lodge, per Eater, which is listed on Airbnb for $636 per night. It sleeps 12 and is located in the Sonoma Wine Country.

For less expensive options, this cabin in the woods has similar outdoorsy vibes and a hot tub. Check out this list of Napa Valley homes you can stay in for even more spots!

Stay At A Hotel

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While filming, the cast stayed downtown at the Hyatt's Andaz Hotel (within walking distance from the Napa Valley Wine Train!). The hotel has 91 suites and 50 more rooms, plus amenities like in-room spa services, complimentary wine tastings, and a pool.

Where To Eat


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Rachel Dratch's trip included an "incredible birthday dinner at Catelli's," Ana Gasteyer told Eater. The restaurant describes itself as a California-inspired Italian spot in the heart of Sonoma County. Order dishes like Nonnie's Minestrone, Butter Garlic Pasta, and Chicken Parm on Smokey Polenta.

Gerard's Paella y Tapas

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Gerard's Paella

Throughout the movie, Devon-who-comes-with-the-house spends a LONGGG time making paella. His character is based on Gerard Nebesky, a chef who catered Dratch's 40th birthday and planned the trip for her 50th (though Dratch promises their personalities are entirely different). You can dine at his restaurant, Gerard's Paella y Tapas, in Santa Rosa.



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Another Friday, another pizza. We're still dreaming about this Vongole pizza from a couple weeks back topped with San Marzano tomato, Cherrystone flams, hot peppers, garlic and parsley. #oenotri #napavalley #downtownnapa #donapa #foodandwine #52grams #feedfeed

During filming, the cast dined at Oenotri regularly. Located across the street from their hotel, the Italian restaurant has a "daily-changing menu of rustic dishes built around the freshest local product available."

Where To Drink

Artesa Winery


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Today at Artesa. Blue skies and estate wines await, we're looking forward to hosting you! Link in bio to plan your visit! . . . #nofilter #napavalley #loscarneros #visitnapavalley #visitnapa #winetasting

Amy Poehler told Wine Enthusiast filming took place at several wineries in Napa "including the fantastic Artesa Winery, which had killer views and super nice people." Its tasting room is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and it's located 15 minutes from both downtown Napa and Sonoma.

Longboard Vineyards


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Survey says: one cabernet is ready, the other needs to wait. Syrah and Merlot are classic! Tough job.... #someonehastodoit

During the actual birthday celebrations, the friend group visited Longboard Vineyards in Healdsburg. True to its name, the winery's tasting room is decorated with surfboards. Go here when you're looking for a more laid-back tasting experience! It's open daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.



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The Quintessential Quintessa wine tasting is a 360 experience - a private pavilion awaits you on top of Dragon's Hill, immersed in the landscape and surrounded by vineyard covered hills with a jewel-like view of the estate @themodernpour

Another shooting location, Quintessa is a 280-acre organic winery in Rutherford, Napa Valley. Make reservations for tastings online; they start at $70 per person for a 45-minute session.