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Napa Valley on a Monday/Tuesday? Labor Day?

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Looking at going to SF area for a week plus including Labor Day. I'm thinking we'd drive up to Napa area for two nights and do some wineries (yes, "half" of us have been there numerous times) -- the other "half" of us, not at all). I'm guessing Labor Day itself would be a horrible day to hit wineries? And maybe hard to do a place to stay for Monday and Tuesday nights only -- or would that not be a problem since it's hardly still the holiday weekend?
Another option would be going a week earlier and coming home Labor Day weekend, which means we'd be in Napa area on Monday and Tuesday nights the week before Labor Day. Are the wineries open on Monday generally?
Meanwhile any recommendations for a nice place to stay without breaking the bank -- not looking for the "spa weekend" experience -- a nice place for $200 a night would be great.
I've stayed at The Vineyard Country Inn near Helena a few times which was nice -- I think now about $300 a night, but maybe less mid week.

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