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Dreamweavers Theatre  

Dreamweavers TheatreDreamweavers has a long history! The seed that would grow into Dreamweavers was planted in 1978, almost literally in "someone's back yard." Although it's been nearly thirty years since then, and Dreamweavers has seen lots of changes, at it's heart, it's still the same: a great group of people with a love for theater who are dedicated to sharing . . .

Jarvis Conservatory  

Jarvis ConservatorySaturday Opera Night brings singers from around the San Francisco Bay Area on the first Saturday of each month, offering them exposure to a live audience and the ambience of a professional theater. Singers are professionally accompanied on the piano while the members of the audience get exposure to a fun evening with many forms of singing . . .

Napa Valley Opera House  

Napa Valley Opera HouseThe Napa Valley Opera House was built in 1879 as one of the first "respectable" venues west of the Mississippi River. For the latter half of the 19th century, the Napa Valley Opera House was the cultural center for the region, until the decline of vaudeville and other pressures forced it to go dark in 1914.The house was nearly destroyed until . . .

Napa Valley Symphony  

Napa Valley SymphonyThe Napa Valley Symphony is unique in our community as the only professional orchestra providing music and education programs in Napa County. The orchestra has evolved into a fully professional union ensemble of 70+ musicians and Napa Valley Symphony now employs a full professional administrative staff.


Silo's  

Silo'sTucked behind our historic building like a classy Chicago speakeasy, Silo’s features a wine bar with appetizers available until 10pm on Thursdays and midnight on Fridays and Saturdays, and unforgettable live music most Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. It's not unusual to find Grammy winners sitting in for a set with local legends like Skyler Jett and . . .

Uptown Theater  

Uptown TheaterThe Uptown Theatre opened on August 13, 1937. It was quadded in the 1970's and was closed in the late-1980's. Work began in 2005 on a restoration renovation project, and the auditorium was returned to a single space. In late-2009, restoration and renovation continued and it reopened in early-2010.


Napa Valley Brewing Company  

Napa Valley Brewing Company100% percent of the brewery's production is served at the Calistoga Inn. We also sell 22 ounce bottles, which are all hand filled. We have a 7-barrel gas fired brewhouse that was originally designed by Dr. Michael Lewis of UC Davis. Our current total annual production is about 450 barrels. After long hours of wine tasting, there's nothing like a cold beer on the patio of . . .

Twin Pine Casino  

Twin PineTwin Pine Casino & Hotel, located in Middletown, is conveniently situated at the northern gateway to the world-famous Napa Valley.   This new state-of-the-art facility, with its unique and delightful turn-of-the-century winery theme, is California’s newest casino with over 92,000 square feet of guest space, and is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week . . .

Lincoln Theater  

Lincoln TheaterWelcome to Lincoln Theater - a premier entertainment destination in Napa Valley! We have some very exciting programming to offer you – thanks in large part to the extremely generous support from our community, including Friends of Lincoln Theater board members –the same wonderful people who brought about the transformation of the theater during . . .

Cameo Cinema  

Cameo CinemaHi, I'm Cathy Buck...the Cameo Cinema proprietor. I was born Catherine Huggett oldest of 9 in Battle Creek, Michigan some ???? years ago. I have 3 grown...extraordinary children! My oldest Jason is currently residing in St. Helena....Jessica and Jeremy are twins, Jess lives in New York with her fiance Chad (a spring Jamaican wedding to follow) and her . . .


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       Appellation Map
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An appellation is a legal term used
to define and protect the geogra-phical region where the grapes for a wine were grown. Some of the oldest wine appellations of Samaria, Carmel, Jezreel and Helbon are found in the Bible. In the United States wine appellations have been grandfathered into the American Viticultural Area better known by the acronym: AVA. Before the installation of the AVA system wine appellation regions were often defined by state or county boundaries. Using the AVA name on a wine label requires that 85% of the grapes used must come from the listed viticultural area. There are thirteen wine appellations in Napa Valley.

    Wine Appellations