After our long tour at Del Dotto and half the day gone we decided to just drive down the main road where all the wineries were off of and try to stop at a few more that didn't require a reservation, which aren't too many. This lead us to BV wineries, which is one of the oldest and largest wineries. We just shared a flight there and it was not extraordinary, however, the girl was really nice and helpful about the area and other wineries to try. So that lead us to our next stop.
Our last and final stop was St. Clement Vineyards, which used to be a personal resident back in the late 1900's of a doctor who lived in San Francisco but vacationed here. It was later bought and converted into a vineyard, which I believe had gone through two owners. However, the draw here was how laid back it was and the beautiful views of the vines below while sitting on the patio. The old house was full of charm and you were surrounded by blue skies and green fields. This made our last stop a great ending to our wine tasting in Napa.
All in all we can't wait to go back and try new vineyards and wineries and even some of the old ones!