Sedona’s Verde Valley features a dry, arid climate , dramatic temperature changes from day to night and volcanic soil, resulting in excellent conditions for growing grapes.
California's Paso Robles wine country comprises 11 different AVAs exhibiting a diversity of microclimates and growing conditions.
Sonoma County boasts 18 unique wine regions growing more than 60 varieties of wine grapes. Some 85 percent of the vineyards remain family owned and operated.
Lodi’s classic Mediterranean climate creates excellent conditions for producing a diverse range of wines, though many area wineries focus predominately on red.
When not sipping on European grape varietals, visitors to the region can explore the battlefields of the Richmond area or stroll through revitalized downtown Lynchburg.
The scenic Texas Hill Country is home to more than 50 different wineries and its AVA is the second largest in the country.
Wine grapes have been grown in this area for more than 200 years, but these days, the warm region is best known for its Italian and Rhone varietals.
This region is home to the three distinct Finger Lakes, Seneca Lake and Cayuga Lake AVAs. Visitors to the area will find more than 130 wineries, many specializing in riesling.
This village in Baja California is surrounded by more than 100 wineries producing world-class biodynamic wines, with varietals largely from the Mediterranean.
Italian immigrants began growing wine grapes here in the 1850s. Today, this region features more than 100 wineries producing a range of varietals.