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Top Wine Regions in The United States

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Top Wine Regions in The United States

We recently brought you a great infographic that looked at the rise of wine producers in England - it was an interesting look at what is a relatively new wine scene and to follow up here's a similar look at the wine scene in the U.S.

Developed by Bed and Breakfast the infographic looks at the many wine producing regions in America and shows just how many wines each one produces.

As you would imagine Napa Valley sits top with 456 wines followed in second position by the Willamette Valley which knocks out around 187 different varieties of wine.

On top of the varieties of wine the infographic also offers suggestions on what time of year is best to visit each region and exactly when in the year they harvest their grapes. It also includes a selection of the best wine festivals to visit in each area - a handy piece of information for anyone wanting to know more about wine in the States.

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  • vierlingsa said on

    Love the chart. I live in San Antonio, Texas and the Texas Hill Country has great wines. They also have a trail in February called the Lovers Trail that is so much fun.

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