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5 Great Wine Destinations in the U.S. (That aren't Napa Valley)

Oct. 27, 2015

California isn't the only state in the U.S. associated with wine production, although with more than 667 million gallons produced annually it is by far the largest contributor. In truth, New York, Washington, Oregon and Florida, plus Midwestern states like Ohio, Missouri and Illinois are either already known or are gaining steam for their varietals, currently boasting more than 3,000 commercial vineyards in the U.S. If Napa crowds get you down, check out these other worthy wine destinations in the U.S. that make for a perfect weekend of boozy distractions.

News Article by: Jason Heidemann

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