While I'm not much of a fan of their wine, this is a beautiful winery in terms of its architecture and grounds. Also, as it is owned by Francis Ford Copolla, there is a small museum of items collected from his movies. The Godfather's desk, costumes from Bram Stoker's Dracula, awards, etc.
Go to Niebaum-Coppola winery. This is exactly what I would expect from a winery in the Napa Valley. So many looked too commercialized. We stopped at this one because we are fans of the Godfather movies but were impressed with the grounds and architecture of the buildings. They offer complimentary valet parking. There is a pond (as seen in the picture) with boats for the children to play with. The interior of the main house opens to a staircase leading upstairs to the memorabilia of Frances Ford Coppola's movies and Captain Niebaum's antique desk and uniform.
The museum contains a Tucker, presumably from when Copolla made the movie, "Tucker." From the looks of it, it's kept in working order. At least, there's an oil-pan with sand on it under the car, with some fresh oil. Heh heh.
A tranquil fountain outside the tasting rooms. It's pretty nice for a modern fountain. Definitely tranquil.