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Best Cities to Visit in USA

Map Of USA's Wineries

How to Reach Wineries in USA

Wineries in USA are easily accessible by different means of transportation.

By Air

The country has a wide land area, but below you can find some major cities that are surrounded by some best wineries in the USA.

To cover the mileage from San Diego to Los Angeles, a 50-minute flight will take you from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to San Diego Airport (SAN).

San Diego and San Francisco are connected by the International Airports and the flight will take about 9 hours, and numerous flights operated by: Skywest Airlines, American Eagle, Frontier, and many more.

San Francisco Airport (SFO) and Portland Airport (PDX), are connected by numerous flights on a daily basis, and the flight usually takes up to 2 hours in between those 2 cities.

To enjoy the best USA wineries in Washington state, Seattle-Tacoma Airport (SEA), has many domestic and international flights.

On the Atlantic Oceanside, many more gorgeous USA wineries can be found. Fly into Boston Logan Airport (BOS), or the Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York.

By Car

From San Diego to Oregon, California has a well-developed highway system. However, if driving is a hassle for you, due to the neverending traffic jams, there is a bus from San Diego to Los Angeles and costs 15 dollars only. The bus is operated by the Greyhound Lines.

Highway 5, will take you all the way from San Diego to Oregon, through Fresno and Sacramento.

Highway 99 covers almost the same route too. If you prefer to have the Pacific Ocean view along your drive from San Diego to Oregon, we recommend using Highway 1. However, Highway 101, also partly goes along the Ocean. With those highways, you can go through San Francisco, San Jose, and LA too.

Most of the wineries of California are concentrated near San Francisco and Sacramento. I-80-E, and I-5-S roads are mainly used to cover those destinations.

To enjoy the USA wineries in Washington state, highway 90 and 82 will assist you to cover most of the area.

Many wineries in the USA are situated on the opposite part - along the Atlantic Ocean. Boston, New York, Philadephia, Baltimore, and Washington can be visited through highway 95. 

By Train

Amtrak Pacific Surfliner provides a train ride from San Diego to Los Angeles, with a stop in Anaheim. And a little tip: If you choose a seat on the west side of the train, you can enjoy the spectacular ocean view and the golden, sandy beach.

To enjoy the best wineries in the USA, take a train in between the big cities, for example, from San Diego to San Francisco, the Amtrak Pacific Surflner operates a train, that takes about 15 hours and the cost varies around 90 dollars.

The Acela high-speed train has multiple departures a day, from Boston to Washington. The train goes all the way through New Haven, New York, Philadelphia, and Wilmington in just 7 hours.

Overall, during your trip, it is a good idea to take a seat in a train, relax and get ready to try some gorgeous wines, made in the best wineries in the United States. 

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Everything you need to know before you take a tour to USA

Wineries in the united states have gained significant attention in the world, during the last 40 years.

The wineries in the USA adopted the European wine varieties and techniques and graciously added the local character. The combination created really authentic varieties of red, white, and sparkling wines. Due to the geographical diversity, the USA vineyards produce wines on some high-altitude, coastal, or even in some foggy areas.

If you are planning to visit wineries in the United States, you will have to carefully choose where to go first and start looking for the best region for you. There are plenty of gorgeous wineries in the USA, spread all over each region. All wineries in the USA have their own story to tell, winemaking techniques, and unique wines to offer their guests.

Frequently Asked Questions

The most frequently asked questions by our visitors

How many wineries in USA?

There are pproximately 11.000 wineries in the USA.

Which US states have vineyards?

There are many wine producer states in the USA, for example: California, Oregon, Washington state, New York, Alabama, Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, Idaho, and Colorado.

Where was the first winery in the United States?

The first winery in the USA, was in Kentucky.

Where are the best wineries in the USA to taste red wine?

The best red varieties, made in the wineries in the USA are in California, at Napa and Sonoma Valleys

Where are the best wineries in the USA to taste white wine?

The best Sauvignons are made in Napa Valley, therefore Napa wineries produce the best white wines in the USA.

Where are the best wineries in the USA to taste sparkling wines?

The sparkling wines of USA, can be enjoyed mainly in California, the Brut Rose for example.

Also, Oregon offers some nice sparkling Pinot Noir.

What is the most visited winery in the US?

The most visited winery in the United States is the Robert Mondavi Winery in Napa Valley, California. Known for its quality wines and pioneering role in the California wine industry, it attracts a large number of visitors who come to enjoy tours, tastings, and events set amidst its picturesque vineyards.

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