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St. Helena, California

St. Helena Store

FEATURED EVENTS

Holiday tasting Event

HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM DEAN & DELUCA!


DECEMBER 15TH 2016 5:30 TO 7:30
COME ENJOY AMAZING FOOD & WINE & SHOPPING!
ENJOY A 20% DISCOUNT OFF EVERYTHING IN OUR STORE (excluding spirits) AND GET YOUR HOLIDAY SHOPPING HANDLED. WE WILL BE FEATURING WINES FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD AND FOOD FROM OUR HOLIDAY CATERING MENU!

WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU!!

Promotions

CHRISTOPHER ELBOW

In-Store Only Special:
Receive a free Dean & DeLuca Gift Card with purchase of any Christopher Elbow Chocolate box set. Buy 9 pc small Product, Receive $5 Gift Card, Buy 16 pc medium Product, Receive $10 Gift Card, Buy 21 pc large Product, Receive $10 Gift Card. Offer valid from 12/1/2016 - 1/1/2017

Tote

In-Store Only Special:
Receive a free black or natural jute tote with any purchase $75 or more *Offer valid from 12/2/2016 – 12/8/2016

Our story

Think Napa Valley, and immediately you're whisked into a tender shade of green that's cast over one of the nation's leading epicenters of culinary excellence. Inextricably linked to fine wine and great food, St. Helena provides a natural home for DEAN & DELUCA on the West Coast. From the vineyards that sprawl out in all directions, to the fresh produce that's grown just a few miles from the store, the community of St. Helena is a culinary epicenter that affects the collective tastes of the nation.

Our St. Helena store is unique in many ways. Much of our produce is grown on local farms, many of our cheeses are made from local artisans and all of the 1400 wines we offer are Californian. This team focuses on DEAN & DELUCA's passion for international foods and products, integrating flavors from around the world into their prepared foods. The store also showcases trends that have emerged in local kitchens. Menus and recipes derive their flavor from fresh ingredients and the unparalleled quality manifest in the convergence of Napa Valley and DEAN & DELUCA.

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