Napa Valley Wine & Cuisine
Napa Valley, California, is a gastronomic mecca and a symbol of the development of the American wine industry. The extraordinary transition of Napa Valley from farmland to internationally recognized wine region dates back to the nineteenth century. The mild Mediterranean climate has helped its grapes produce world-class wines.
Napa Valley is well-known for more than just its wine; the region’s cuisine is also renowned for its commitment to the farm-to-table movement. The region’s wines are perfectly complemented by the cuisine served at its Michelin-starred restaurants and little bistros. Food festivals such as Flavor! This union of wine and cuisine is widely celebrated in Napa Valley.
Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay alike from this region are widely regarded as among the best in the world. Napa’s viticultural prowess is on display at world-renowned wineries like The French Laundry and Opus One.
Every bottle of wine and dish of food that comes from Napa Valley’s world-renowned restaurants tells a story about the region’s rich history of winemaking and gastronomy.