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USA Wine Country

Every State in the Country Makes Wine

From Alaska to Hawaii and California to Maine every one of the 50 states produces wines in varying styles and cultivates vineyards that keep that American spirit alive.

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In the West…

Embark on an exploration of Californian Cabs, Zinfandels, Syrah, and wines made from many other international varieties. Sunny California has a fantastic array of wines and winemakers with quality and hospitality at the center of their offerings. Explore Washington State and its bounty of exciting bold red and crisp elegant white wines. Washington wines are cultivated in strikingly beautiful landscapes where millions of years old rock formations have created cavernous terrain with exquisite potential for growing grapevines. Meet the passionate winegrowers in the fertile farmlands of Oregon to taste some of the country’s most exceptional Pinot Noir.

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To the East…

Visit the historical regions of Virginia where Thomas Jefferson first planted grapes at the beginning of the nation’s history. Chardonnay, Viognier, and tantalizing reds made from Cabernet Franc and Merlot are the highlights of Virginia wine country. Delight in the surroundings of the glacier-formed Finger Lake region of New York filled with waterfalls, hiking trails, and wineries nestled amongst the vines. Although it is a relatively young wine-growing country, the enthusiasm and thirst for life make the US an exciting place to explore. Taste your way through the country and discover this expansive nation and all the treasures it has to offer. We invite you to a new world of wine in the United States wine regions.

The Remarkable United States Wine Regions

The United States of America is a spirited and constantly evolving winemaking country. True to their roots of freedom and experimentation, this mind set extends well into each state’s individual approaches in winemaking. What an incredible way to tour through this diverse nation than by tasting local wines wherever you wander.

Vineyards In Columbia River Gorge, Oregon, USA Wine Country
Vineyards in Columbia River Gorge, Oregon, USA wine country

Wine Tourism in USA

Crossing from the sunny west coast of California or the cool climate of Oregon and its finesse-filled Pinot Noir to the eastern part of the country with New York’s Finger Lakes and Long Island vineyards and Virginia’s pride-filled regions scattered throughout the state, there is so much to discover. At WineTourism.com, we hope to open your eyes to the abundance of young and innovative wineries in this expansive nation. From the new wineries in Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico to the temperate lake regions of Michigan, explore the abundant creativity throughout the United States wine regions.

Travel to the heart of Napa Valley for incredible ambiance and delectable wines

Discover the brilliance of the Willamette Valley and Oregon’s acclaimed Pinot Noirs

Indulge in the powerful wines and beautiful vineyards of Washington State

Tour through the Finger Lakes for some stunning lakeside wineries and incredible wines

Jump off from Washington DC into the thriving wine country of Virginia

Satisfy your thirst traveling across the sunny, dry vineyards of Texas Hill Country

This is just the beginning of the available wine tourism offerings that await in the country where wine regions are constantly evolving. Join us today and book a wine tour and tasting through the remarkable United States wine regions.

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Frequently asked questions about USA wine country

What are the top wine regions in the USA?

Californian wine regions such as Napa Valley or Sonoma are one of the best and most popular wine regions. However, there are many more that are worth the mention such as Walla Walla Valley in Washington wine Country or the Finger Lakes in New York.

How many wine regions are in the United States?

The United States boasts 267 American Viticultural Areas (AVAs) spanning 34 states. Beyond California's notable regions like Napa and Sonoma, other significant contributors include Oregon's Willamette Valley, Washington's Columbia Valley, and New York's Finger Lakes. Emerging wine regions in Arizona, Idaho, and Wisconsin underscore the country's diverse wine landscape.

What are the largest wine regions in the USA?

The largest wine regions in the United States, are largely determined by their production volume:

1. California: Home to esteemed regions like Napa Valley, Sonoma, and Paso Robles, it produces about 85% of all American wine.
2. Washington: With Columbia Valley and Yakima Valley, it's the second-largest wine producer.
3. New York: Known for Finger Lakes and Long Island, it's prominent in the East Coast.
4. Oregon: Celebrated for Willamette Valley's Pinot Noir.
5. Texas: Rapidly growing, with Hill Country and High Plains leading the way.

Each region offers a unique climate, soil, and grape varietals, contributing distinct characteristics to their wines.

What is the wine capital of California?

Napa Valley is considered to be the wine capital of California. It is located just about an hour's drive north of San Francisco and dates back to the 19th century. You can find 16 different sub-regions within the Napa Valley AVA.

What is the most popular American wine?

The most popular American wines based on sales are:

- Cabernet Sauvignon: Celebrated for its full-bodied reds, particularly from Napa Valley.
- Chardonnay: Known for its versatile styles, with prominent examples in California.
- Pinot Gris: Popular as Pinot Grigio, especially from Oregon.
- Pinot Noir: Esteemed for its complex reds, notably from Sonoma County and Willamette Valley.
- Merlot and Sauvignon Blanc: Widely loved across various regions.
- Zinfandel: Primarily crafted as a bold red or rosé (White Zinfandel) in California.

Where is the wine capital of the US?

The wine capital of the United States is often considered to be Napa Valley in California. Napa Valley is internationally renowned for its high-quality wines, particularly Cabernet Sauvignon. It is home to numerous prestigious wineries, vineyards, and a thriving wine industry. Napa Valley's scenic beauty, ideal climate, and commitment to winemaking excellence have established it as a premier destination for wine enthusiasts from around the world.

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