Napa Valley Marketplace Magazine has been voted the most read
community magazine in the Napa Valley.
Napa Valley Marketplace has the largest print circulation in Napa Valley, with 42,500 copies mailed every month to Valley homes and businesses.
Marketplace magazine is a favorite with both readers and advertisers. What's our secret?
All the community information is local, local, local.
Features include Napa Valley history, restaurant reviews, business profiles, a calendar of events and the ever-popular Community Snapshots starring you, your kids, your friends and neighbors.
You can also expect to read about Napa's non-profits, people profiles and service clubs, along with local theater and art news.
Thanks for making us #1!
Dan & Marguerite Capp’s
CAPP HERITAGE VINEYARDS
AND TASTING ROOM
Dan Capp, a fifth generation Napan and owner
of Capp Heritage Tasting Room at the corner
of First and Randolph Street in downtown
Napa, drove a tractor on the family farm, as
he says, “as soon as my legs were long enough to reach the pedals.” Until he reached that height, he lugged boxes of peaches and apricots, some weighing almost as much as he did, to customer’s cars. Farming is basically all he’s ever done, planting his first vineyard in 1973. He and wife Marguerite have produced award winning wines, but it’s hard work. That’s okay though – Capp comes from hearty stock.
THE PATHWAY HOME
The Pathway Home is a nationally–acclaimed, residential treatment program in Yountville for Iraq and Afghanistan combat veterans who have returned home suffering from the “invisible wounds of war,” severe Post Traumatic Stress and Traumatic Brain Injury.
The generous people of the Napa Valley have been a key to the success of this non-profit. While donations come from the greater Bay Area and across the country, Napa Valley residents have provided core support through their financial contributions and volunteer efforts to help the veterans return to a healthy civilian life.