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Indie bookshop, with local maps and guides.
Artisanal pottery, hand-thrown on site.
High-end women's designer consignment; prices from $90.
Woodhouse looks more like Tiffany than a candy shop, with housemade chocolates similarly priced, but their quality is beyond reproach.
Handcrafted fair-trade home decor from 38 countries.
Groovy cheap dresses and cast-off cashmere.
Good used books.
Eco-friendly bath products, locally produced.
Your one-stop prospecting shop. Don't mind the gruff salesfolk. They actually are happy to get you started, set up guided tours (from $100 per person), or if you're a pro, showcase the latest in sluicing technology.
Forage antique bric-a-brac, candles and Mexican oilcloths at this roadside deli and store in Alexander Valley.
The only worthwhile store at Yountville's V Martketplace is this fancy cookware shop by celeb-chef Michael Chiarello.
FIgone's presses its own extra-virgin olive oil, and infuses some with flavors like Meyer-lemon, all free to sample.
Garden-shop lovers: don’t miss this rural beauty.
Fiction and CDs; co-op art gallery.
Gifts, crafts, and jewelry by local artists, including lovely earrings.
Household goods with a global outlook: alpaca shawls to Vietnamese trivets, sourced from fair-trade collectives in 54 countries.
Good general-interest books.
'Tools and supplies for growing, preparing and sharing food,' including heritage seeds by local farmers, house-milled California flour, and practical cookware.
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