The brightest city in the Napa Valley.

Yountville NV Yountville, CA– from 22. November 2020 to 1. January 2021, Yountville becomes the brightest city in the Napa Valley during the Yountville holidays, six weeks of festivals, events and shopping in the heart of the Napa Valley.

Yountville holidays are an annual tradition and offer the best and most joyful enjoyment in the wine country of Northern California. The year 2020 brings with it a lot of this, with extra features to capture the holiday spirit of almost anywhere in the world.

Sunday the 22nd. November at 18:00 The virtual city of Yantville and the Tree of Light begins with a special guest, Santa Claus, where tens of thousands of sparkling lights illuminate the city as if by magic. This virtual event will be available on Facebook (@ExploreYountville) and Instagram (@YountvilleCA). The 27th. In November, a special video tour of the city was posted on Youtube, which will replace Yule Log as the ideal virtual background for a pleasant evening.

In addition to the famous Christmas lights, Holidays in Yountville offers over 50 virtual events and personal experiences, including virtual wine tastings, wreath making, cooking classes, wine and chocolate seminars, safe and socially isolated wine tastings, menus for Thanksgiving and Christmas meals, photo shoots in Santa’s Village at the Yountville Community Centre, and much more.

New for 2020 is Yountville’s Holiday Gift Guide, featuring over 25 gift bags of wine, food, accessories and experiences inspired by the best of Napa Valley, and Yountville’s Community Cookbook, 40 pages of the most popular recipes from wineries, restaurants and residents of the most charming town in wine country.

Finally, the town of Yantville, together with the Napa Valley Wine Train, has created the festive Santa Claus Village in the city centre – an ideal place for families with children of all ages to enjoy the magic of the holiday in comfort.

In addition to all the virtual offerings, Yountville is open and invites both visitors and residents to take a leisurely stroll through the charming town of Yountville, admiring thousands of flickering holiday lights and safely exploring Yountville’s unique shops, tasting rooms, restaurants and hotels.

Juntville’s business people take the KOVID-19 very seriously and have introduced many new procedures to ensure the safety and comfort of customers. To stay off Santa’s naughty list, the city of Yountville reminds visitors to book a table, wear a mask until they sit down, and stay within two meters of each other in public places.

2020 has been a challenging year, so the magic of the Yantville holidays is all the more necessary to cheer us up, said Whitney Diver McEvoy, president and CEO of the Yountville Chamber of Commerce. Whether you come to spend a few days with us or to enjoy the city of Yantville almost from afar, we hope that a holiday in Yantville at this time of year will bring a lot of joy to your family and friends.

For more information and a full list of holiday offers in Yountville, please visit

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