The Golden State is home to 3,674 wineries producing New & Old World Wines the envy of wine makers. That’s 47% of all US wineries. While there is a lot of great wine in other countries, other states, a California bottle of wine is one of our favorites (and we suspect yours too). Our site is dedicated to the regions, terroirs & appelations throughout California creating great bottles of wine. It’s a guide for you to explore California wine areas.
Everybody has their favorite California Bottle of Wine. Some like expensive, some like value, some like taste. We believe the best wine in the world is the wine you like most, whether that be a Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Zinfandel, Syrah or Cabernet.
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Why make a bottle of wine in Arizona? “Because the dirt is just like California’s Temecula Valley and you can buy an acre of land for $30k,” says Don Stetson, proprietor of Stetson Winery outside Kingman Arizona. We expected hot weather tasting wine like wineries in San Diego County. But out here in the 3,500 … Continue Reading A Californian Takes His Wine To Kingman Arizona
Scheid – Soft Wines From Salinas Valley Scheid Vineyards is in Monterey County, sheltered on the leeward side of the Santa Lucia Range of mountains. It’s part of the Salinas Valley, one of California’s golden spots for farming. They have vineyards stretching from Monterey Bay all the way south to the county line with San … Continue Reading Scheid Winery In Central Califonia
San Diego County Wineries Southern Coast’s Bottles of Wine From San Diego’s surfing beaches in Oceanside to Fallbrook, down through Escondido and east to Julian and Ramona and all the way out in Campo you’ll find winemakers creating interesting bottles of wine. It’s a continuation of the Winefication of California. As this region has become … Continue Reading Wineries of San Diego County – Good So Cal Bottles of Wine