Washington State, USA

ShareTweetPin+1ShareAtop the Pacific Northwest, Washington State has a rich history of growing wine grapes dating back to 1825. Many of

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Yountville, California, USA

ShareTweetPin+1ShareIn 1836, George Yount became a blessed man when he received the generous grant from Mexican commandant Mariano Vallejo for

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Willamette Valley, Oregon, USA

ShareTweetPin+1ShareKnown for its sweeping landscape, berry bushes, hazelnut trees and lovely vineyards that conform to the swales and contours of

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Temecula Valley, California, USA

ShareTweetPin+1ShareAlthough it doesn’t have a long history of growing a massive amount of grapes, Temecula Valley has been a flourishing

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Stags Leap District, California, USA

ShareTweetPin+1ShareAlthough it only represents only one percent of the Napa Valley appellation, the Stags Leap District is a point on

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Wine Appellations of The United States of America

ShareTweetPin+1ShareWith diverse soils and a massive patchwork of special climate conditions similar to those found around the Mediterranean Sea, the

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Spring Mountain District, California, USA

ShareTweetPin+1ShareWidely considered the birthplace of true mountain Napa Valley farming, the Spring Mountain District is located on the rugged Mayacamas

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Sonoma Valley, California, USA

ShareTweetPin+1ShareWhen you look back at the history of grape growing in California, all roads lead to Sonoma Valley. Located around

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Sonoma County, California, USA

ShareTweetPin+1ShareIf you ask sommeliers and wine buyers for advice on the hot spots of American wines; chances are many of

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Santa Barbara County, California, USA

ShareTweetPin+1ShareWith a beautiful mixture of vineyards, farms, ranches, beaches and mountains, Santa Barbara County has everything you would want in

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