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Visit St. Helena and the Surrounding Area

October 12, 2016 1:43 pm Published by

Wine clubs of St. Helena St. Helena, “Napa Valley’s main street,” has been known for its St. Helena wineries since its founding, and today is one of the centers of the world wine industry. Whole winery tours are devoted to this town, and a number of wine clubs are centered here that are well worth trying. Sixteen different American Viticulture Areas are recognized within Napa Valley. The St. Helena AVA is at the northern end of the valley floor, where it gets less cool air and ocean fog than the southern parts of the valley. Its soil includes gravel-clay soils... View Article

St. Helena Wineries World-Famous

July 27, 2016 5:33 pm Published by

Wine clubs of St. Helena wineries The St. Helena American Viticulture Area is one of 16 AVA’s in the valley. At the northern end of the valley floor, it’s slightly warmer and drier than the southern parts of the valley. It has many different types of soil, from gravel and clay to volcanic soil. Deep, ripe Cabernet Sauvignons, Cabernet Francs and Merlots all come from St. Helena wineries. St. Helena is often called “Napa Valley’s main street.” This town is one of the centers of the world’s wine industry. Joining a wine club is a good way to get invited... View Article

St. Helena a Home of the Wine Industry

June 30, 2016 6:31 am Published by

St. Helena and wine clubs St. Helena, “Napa Valley’s main street,” is one of the centers of the wine industry or St. Helena wineries. Winery tours are devoted to this town and its more than 80 wineries and numerous wine clubs. If you’re planning to go there, be prepared to spend several days. Look for hotels and St. Helena wineries with at least 20 Yelp reviews and at least four stars. Get out into the Napa Valley countryside and explore the complex topography that creates the many terroirs of Napa vineyards. In 1981, the Napa Valley was named California’s first... View Article

St. Helena a Must-See for Wine Lovers

May 25, 2016 9:09 am Published by

Napa Valley’s main street St. Helena is proud to call itself “Napa Valley’s main street.” This small town has always been known for its St. Helena wineries, and today is one of the centers of the wine industry. Whole winery tours are devoted to this town and its more than 80 wineries. Its popularity as a wine center has given rise to bed and breakfasts, theaters and a restaurant so popular that reservations have to be made 60 days in advance. If you’re planning to visit St. Helena (and why not?) find a hotel, and be prepared to spend several... View Article