Napa County | North America
The illustrious wine growing areas of Napa County occupy a long narrow strip starting alongside San Francisco Bay and running 34 miles north and west to the foothills of Mount St Helena. Flanking it are the Sonoma Valley to the west and Lake Berryessa to the east.
Napa is the heart and soul of the California wine industry. Its vineyards are the most concentrated in the state, it has more wineries than any other county and they produce the greatest number and variety of fine wines in all of North America. Today, Napa's wines, particularly Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon, are the most sought-after and highly prized in all the Americas.
In addition to large scale wineries, Napa Valley's boutique wineries produce some of the world's best wines across the AVA's of Napa County that include: Stags Leap District AVA, Napa Valley AVA, Mount Veeder AVA, Diamond Mountain AVA and Rutherford AVA.