Inside an Authentic California Hacienda

If any architectural style can be said to epitomize California’s aesthetic, Spanish Colonial Revival would be in the running. Combining Baroque, Moorish, Mexican, and Craftsman influences, the style rose to popularity in Southern California after its introduction to the United States in the early 20th century, and while it remains more prevalent in the state’s southern region, it feels perfectly fitting in the rolling vineyard-strewn countryside of Napa. Bringing to mind the winemaking villas of the fruitful Iberian Peninsula —as well as the famed Spanish-inspired manors of Santa Barbara and Montecito—this grand hacienda is an ideal setting for a timeless wine country life.

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