By Nicholas Kontis, Contributor
Author, Journalist, Entreprenuer, Travel Insider
Some travelers might be wondering is the Napa Valley and it’s historic towns of Yountville, St. Helena and Calistoga are open for business after the terrible wildfires of October. The answer is a resounding “Yes.” America’s most notable wine immersion region is not only and running, but also into the full holiday spirit.
The culinary epicenter of America’s most breathtaking wine country, Napa Valley is the alluring town of Yountville. Dreams come true for the ultimate wine country get-away. The easy to stroll village with gorgeous mountain backdrops is a constellation of Michelin starred restaurants, luxury accommodations, and many of the Napa Valley’s most celebrated wineries, Yountville marries a breath-taking setting and small-town ambiance with a sophisticated wine country lifestyle.
“Yountville is such a wonderful walking town.” – Chamber President & CEO Whitney Diver McEvoy
Grapevines planted in the Napa Valley began in Yountville. The quaint yet sophisticated town offers hot air ballooning, five sites on the National Register of Historic Places, unique shopping, golf, art galleries and performing arts and lots of wine.
The wine country town that mimics the Bordeaux and is far away from the typical California images of sunny beaches of Southern California was voted fifth among its 30 Most Beautiful Towns in America by Expedia Travel and number one in the Golden State of California.
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