Wine

Napa Wine

At about one-sixth the size of Bordeaux, Napa Valley is a relatively small but diverse region. The area’s topography has many dips and peaks, ranging from sea-level valley floors to mountain vineyards with elevations that rise up over 2,000 feet. There is extraordinary diversity in the region’s soils. Studies have shown that Napa Valley contains more than 100 different maritime, volcanic, and alluvial soil variations.

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Angwin

Howell Mountains within the Vaca Range on the northeast side of Napa Valley around the town of Angwin. The boundaries of the AVA are dictated by vineyard land located at elevations at least 1,400 feet (430 m)

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Calistoga

The city allows visitors to see wine country as it was before freeways and fast food—only two-lane roads lead there and fast food franchises are banned by law.

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St Helena

The city's American Viticultural Area includes 416 vineyards encompassing 6,800 acres of planted vineyards

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Napa

Napa is the seat of Napa County, California, in the heart of the Napa Valley wine region. Its downtown is known for late-1800s and early-1900s architecture

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Yountville

Pairing wine with everything from art and music to home décor and bacon, these are the wineries to visit in Yountville on your next Napa Valley trip.

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Rutherford

Rutherford is located in the Rutherford AVA which is located in the larger Napa Valley AVA. The Robert Mondavi Winery is located between Rutherford and neighboring Oakville

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Oakville

Explore this legendary Napa Valley wine region. ... Cabernet lovers will find some of the best wineries in Napa Valley here, from tiny boutique businesses to some of the largest names in the industry

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