Healdsburg | Visit California

Healdsburg | Visit California

Healdsburg | Visit California

Lovers of good eating will find a slice of heaven in Yountville. This small town, which has more Michelin stars per head than any other place in the United States, can keep you happy for days, if you do not mind the calories. But who cares, if this is a holiday: beautiful scenery and incredible food.

Healdsburg | Visit California

The man who really put Yountville on the culinary map is the incomparable Thomas Keller. You can have a world-wide empire of restaurants now, but its restaurant The French Laundry, which began to run in 1994, was a real landmark: a destination you can not miss in the land of Napa wine. It is still highly recognized, as it has three Michelin stars, and requires reservations with many months in advance. (Try lunch and, perhaps, have more luck). Nowadays, you can practically call the village "Villa-Keller": it has also opened the Bouchon restaurant (more relaxed but equally excellent) and the Bouchon bakery: a place to forget the calories. Other impressive restaurants include Redd, Etoile Bistro Jeanty and Bottego, where renowned chef Michael Chiarello focuses his menu on ultra-fresh and Italian dishes.

You can also visit the tasting rooms inside the village: try Ma (i) Sonry Napa Valley, a place where you will taste samples of wines from more than 20 associated winegrowers in the courtyard of the historic stone building, and you'll feel like you've been teleported to Provence. The wines are delicious but if you want to change a little drink, try a poolside cocktail at the Dive Bar, at the Bardessonom boutique resort, a luxury and super chic venue (which is LEED-platinum certified). (Parties are offered on the last Thursday of each month from June to August.)

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It produces striking yellow flowers in the shape of a trumpet that open between yellow bracts arranged in the form of a fan. It can be purchased with flowers throughout the year, as growers manipulate the photoperiod to flower outside its season.