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15 spectacular Napa Valley photos that scream “summer”

The passing of the Summer solstice this past weekend got us thinking about all the wonderful things that come along with the season here in the Napa Valley. From major events to small town festivals and traditions, a Summer in Napa Valley can be magical. But don’t take our word for it–here are 15 spectacular […]

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Napa Valley’s most valuable winegrapes may surprise you

Last fall we chronicled the week-by-week happenings around harvest 2013. Earlier this month the County of Napa released its 2013 crop report, which provides details around the value of all those winegrapes. Overall, the value of winegrapes grown in Napa County was found to have dropped ever so slightly, from $656,236,100 in 2012 to $656,234,900 […]

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Recent scenes from the Napa Valley

It’s been quite a while since we’ve shared an update here, but rest assured, we’re still going strong. Just been very, very busy. Here are a few quick shots from some of our recent adventures. After a small bit of rain the mustard is finally in bloom in late February! The wine cellar at Hess […]

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TORC, Chef Sean O’Toole’s latest venture, to open 11/25 in downtown Napa

The burgeoning downtown Napa dining scene is about to get another jolt. Chef and proprietor Sean O’Toole (formerly of Cotogna, Quince, Bardessono and Hopper Creek Kitchen) will serve up contemporary American fare at his new restaurant, TORC, for the first time on November 25th. TORC, which is located in the downtown Napa space that once […]

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Seven Napa Valley restaurants earn stars in 2014 Michelin Guide

Following last week’s release of its 2014 Bib Gourmand picks for the Bay Area, Michelin today released its broader list of the top restaurants in our area. As was the case last year, only two restaurants in the entire Bay Area earned the coveted ‘three star’ rating and both are located here in the Napa […]

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Five Napa Valley restaurants make Michelin’s 2014 Bib Gourmand list

It’s mid-October, which means it’s time for the annual Michelin awards for top local restaurants. To get things started, Michelin released its 2014 Bay Area Bib Gourmand list yesterday, which honors those establishments that “…serve two courses and a glass of wine or dessert for $40 or less, plus tax and tip.” 2014 #SF #BibGourmand […]

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Gluten free bake shop coming to Oxbow Public Market mid-November

In December 2011 partners Joël Hoachuck, Barbara Schwartz Hoachuck and Fabrice Penet opened La Crepe in Oxbow Public Market. The three brought quite the pedigree to the business, which had a goal of bringing an authentic French crepe experience to the valley. When La Crepe closed at the end of September, it didn’t take long […]

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