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  • Napa Valley AVA is an American Viticultural Area located in Napa County, California, USA. Napa Valley is considered one of the top wine regions in the United States and one of only nine Great Wine Capitals on earth, with a history dating back to the nineteenth century.
  • Napa Valley is California's most famous wine region and one of the world's most widely recognized names in fine wines. The valley runs roughly north to south from Napa to Calistoga and contains many sub-appellations of note.
  • Napa County is a county located north of the San Francisco Bay Area in the U.S. state of California. It is coterminous with the Napa, California, Metropolitan Statistical Area. As of 2000 the population is 124,279. The county seat is Napa.
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Napa Valley: The Land, The Wine, The People
Napa Valley: The Land, The Wine, The People
More than 30 years ago, National Geographic photographer Charles O'Rear came to the Napa Valley to cover a wine region few knew about. It was a pivotal moment for the valley as well as for O'Rear: his magazine article helped launch national awareness of America's blossoming wine region and the photographer found a place to call home. Since then his work has taken him across the globe many times over, but he has always been happy to return to this special place. With this book, his third on Napa Valley, O'Rear creates a treasured collector's item and establishes his legacy as the master photographer of the legendary wine region. He simply has no peers.
This 9 inch by 12 inch book showcases O'Rear's love of the Napa Valley through classically beautiful photographs that are iconic and singularly his. In his artful and compelling images, the place comes alive as he takes us on a journey into a Garden of Eden where we feast with all of our senses. We see people working the vineyards, creating memorable wines and living a life tied to the land. We admire awe-inspiring vistas, diverse winery architecture and world famous restaurants that make Napa Valley a national destination for food and wine. We are enthralled with the spectacular and comprehensive collection of art on the bottles of 350 wine capsules representing nearly every winery in the valley. We chuckle over the whimsical vanity license plates that broadcast we are in America's premier winegrowing region. With more than three decades documenting Napa Valley, O'Rear knows the place better than any other photographer on earth. In this book, his wife, writer Daphne Larkin, partners again with him. O'Rear's spectacular images and Larkin's illuminating text create a treasured collector's item to be enjoyed for years.

I've seen hundreds of photo books and this is the best I've ever seen! --W. E. (Bill) Garrett, former editor-in-chief, National Geographic magazine.

Napa Valley. . . is the coffee table book to have. -- Narsai David, KCBS Food and Wine Editor.

Chuck's incredible eye and perspective, and Daphne's artful prose capture the essence of the Napa Valley experience and community Clay Gregory, President & CEO of Napa Valley Destination Council.

His artistic eye has always captivated people who know excellence. -- Margrit Mondavi, Robert Mondavi Winery.

Charles O'Rear's breathtaking photographs feel very personal. They inspire; they are sentimental. -- Chef Thomas Keller, The French Laundry.

O'Rear makes one of the most beautiful places in America seem even more beautiful that it is. --Chicago Tribune

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California - Napa: Hatt Mill Building
California - Napa: Hatt Mill Building
The Hatt Mill Building, also known as the Napa Milling Building, located at a bend in the Napa River at 500 Main Street, was built by Captain Albert Hatt, a German sailor and Napa merchant, over 40 years with bricks made from Napa River clay. The original 1884 building was used as a warehouse and for the sale of merchandise. The second floor housed a roller-skating rink. The 1886 two-story addition was designated a U.S. government bonded warehouse for the storage of spirits and wines. The second floor contains Hatt Hall, a meeting place for secret socieities and alter used as a National Guard Armory and for social events. In 1912, the Keig family converted the complex to the Napa Mill, a regional granary, mill and purveyor of agricultural supplies. Restoration began in 1995 and is today occupied by the Napa River Inn, the first luxury hotel in downtown Napa and the Hatt Market, which includes restaurants, cafes and shops. National Register #77000316 (1977)
Gaige House
Gaige House
Sonoma, Wine Country Hotel A best kept secret among Sonoma Valley hotels and Napa Valley hotels, the Gaige House features Asian-inspired ambiance combined with modern luxury. Gaige House is an exceptional blend of vintage and contemporary. Nestled along peaceful winding roads and flourishing greenery, the Gaige House is a wine country hotel renowned for its picturesque setting, impeccable service, and unique luxury Sonoma hotel guest amenities.

luxury hotel napa valley
luxury hotel napa valley
The Napa Valley Book: EVERYTHING You Need to Know About California's Premium Wine Country
This is the third edition of this popular guidebook to the Napa Valley. First published in 2003, this latest version by local author Mick Winter includes 252 pages of detailed information on restaurants, wineries, lodging, spas, parks and camping, sightseeing, shopping, events, arts and entertainment. Additional sections cover historic attractions, a list of Napa Valley wineries, and a special 50-page supplement on Napa Valley wines, vineyards, winemaking, wine tasting, understanding a wine label, and a glossary of wine terms and pronunciation. The book also includes photographs of key locations throughout the valley and more than 700 website links.