St. Helena is a vibrant and engaging community that celebrates the finest in wine country hospitality, culinary adventure, wine immersion, the arts, health and wellness. Family oriented with agriculture heritage, St. Helena has the sophistication of a world class wine destination while remaining neighborly. There’s the natural beauty of living in a verdant valley that experiences four distinct but pleasant seasons.
St. Helena is Napa Valley’s Main Street. Situated in the center of wine country, St. Helena offers sophisticated experiences including boutique wineries, highly-acclaimed restaurants, luxury hotels and spas, agri-tourism adventures and refined shopping—all with the authenticity of the original Napa Valley. Home to the Culinary Institute of America (CIA), one of the world’s most unique and inspiring campuses for culinary education, St. Helena today leads food and wine trends in the valley and beyond.
Doing business in St. Helena gives you a extraordinary work/life balance. There’s a wide variety of public and private schools to choose from. St. Helena has a thriving community of writers, artists and performers. Its residents are big players in the farm-to-table movement, featuring a weekly summer farmer’s market filled with local growers and craftspeople. And, if that isn’t enough, there’s always easy access to the San Francisco Bay Area, the coast and the Sierra Nevada mountains.
St. Helena has been compared to a quaint European village and has been called a town worthy of Norman Rockwell’s America. It has a vibrant arts scene and a level of food and wine that you’d expect to find in a world capital. Yet it’s home to friendly neighbors, safe streets and well-ranked schools. That’s St. Helena in a nutshell – a stylish wine-country destination that remains a charming, old-school small town.