Napa Valley is the center of American viticulture. It is also home to world-class restaurants. However, due to a long-standing ordinance, the two do not mix – until now. Napa Valley wineries are taking advantage of a loophole allowing for educational food and wine pairings for consumers. Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, one of the oldest and most iconic wineries in Napa Valley, is leading the way with its Cellarius Kitchen Experience.
No matter where you look on Highway 29 in Napa Valley you will see museum-like wineries – sprawling structures with manicured lawns adorned with million dollar works of art – nestled among endless acres of vines. Pull in to any one of them and find yourself in a gorgeous tasting room bustling with activity, a sea of bottles lining the walls and standing room-only tasting bars. But unless you eat before you get to the winery, you’ll be tasting on an empty stomach.
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You can now eat at Napa wineries for the first time in almost 20 years
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