A classic tour of Napa Valley

There's a reason that most Napa Valley visits are centered on Highway 29. Not only is the main drag home to some of the most recognizable names in the wine industry, but it's also a treasure trove of history. From pioneering immigrants like Charles Krug and Jacob Beringer to post-Prohibition upstarts Cesare Mondavi and Joe Heitz, more than a century of winemaking lore spurs off the main highway.
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Published: March 15, 2013

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