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Kathy Petrino Wants People to Visit Napa Valley

April 25, 2019

Kathy Petrino loves to travel and she really likes to write about her travels, which is good for us. She writes about everywhere she travels because she loves to share her experiences, so that others can have fun and also miss out on some of the problems that she sometimes experiences. This is why she writes about every aspect of every trip, both good and bad. She has written about Napa Valley wine country in California because it is one of her favorite travel destinations extensively. That destination has changed somewhat over the years, but many aspects that are always the same.

A trip to the Napa Valley used to mean heading “up-valley,” to interesting small towns and villages, like Yountville, St. Helena, Oakville, and Calistoga, among many others. One example is di Rosa, which is an art preserve out on the Carneros Highway that can boast of having the most significant holdings contemporary art in the entire Bay Area, as well as one of the largest in the entire world. People still visit those places, but these days, many now stay in downtown Napa. One reason for this is, Napa features many first-class hotels and elite restaurants, as well as a vibrant nightlife and more. Of course, the main reason to visit Napa Valley is wine. However, everyone should know there is a lot more to see.