In spite of its small size, this charming village of Yountville is famous for its hotels and inns, spas and gourmet restaurants. In fact, the town of approximately 3,000 residents even has a museum and 9-hole golf course. But it’s the often chef-owned, award-winning restaurants that have truly placed Yountville on the international map and earned it the moniker “Culinary Capitol of the Napa Valley.” Of course, the restaurants and other amenities are all directly related to the Napa Valley’s wine industry. In 1999, this unique wine grape growing area was awarded its own American Viticultural Area (AVA) designation.
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