This collection showcases recently-published business profiles featuring Napa County entrepreneurs.
Fideaux, a pet-oriented store in downtown St. Helena, just turned 25.
The Napa Valley Distillery has pivoted back its "real" business—spirits.
Leveled by the Glass Fire, Pohan's Upholstery moves to Napa under new ownership.
Like lobster? Napa Valley Lobster Co. might be right up your alley.
Napa's Memento Mori Tattoo is telling stories, one ink drop at a time. Check it out.
This Napa native has turned the pandemic lockdown into a very tasty business: Jakob Chocolates.
Abide Medical Cannabis Dispensary is now open in downtown Napa. What's it all about?
She inherited her green thumb and now Napans are reaping the rewards. Check out Riza Plants in downtown Napa.
Long before masks and social distancing became part of our daily lives, Eileen Rinaldi, owner of Ritual Coffee Roasters, knew that something big was coming.
Napa business owner Sarah Lane has a passion for fashion, and two stores to match.
Welcome to the 'Bat House': Napa couple operates sustainable food, soap and lotion business.
The students at Napa's Seasons of Wonder preschool are learning and having fun despite COVID-19.
Check out Habituate, "a carefully curated brand of housewares and clothing, located at First Street Napa.
The new Avalon Nail Salon in south Napa may be temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but business owner Andy Nguyen has big plans for his second Napa salon.
Napa native Dustin Avilla has created Valley Native, a new letterpress art studio.
Shawn Zizzo of VinoEz built a business to help wineries with the nitty gritty of planning and scheduling.
Eyes on I-ELLE: Cortese transforms blank canvas into sleek boutique within First Street Napa.
Need something "sweet and stylish" for kids? Check out Cupcake, now open inside First Street Napa.
You've heard of heated floors. But how about a heated ceiling? Michael Luttrell's Napa company does both.