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Without coffee (and lots of beer) there probably would not be any wine made in Napa. Luckily, the obsession with coffee roasting and its preparation is as revered as winemaking. It takes a good strong jolt to jumpstart the morning and here are a few of the best places to get your java mojo on in Napa.
Ritual Coffee Roasters in the Oxbow Market features pour-over cups with beans sourced in the leading caffeine hot spots, such as Honduras, Costa Rica and Guatemala.
Yountville Coffee Caboose, in a old rail car, serves up French-press-style drinks.
Napa Valley Coffee Roasting Company in St. Helena has been roasting beans and serving it up hot and fresh since the early 1980s.