California Wine Countries

California's Top Wine Regions

California is the fourth largest producer of wine in the world, and while there are other states that produce some good wine — Oregon, we’re looking at you — more than eighty percent of the wine made in the USA is made in here in the Golden State. While most people think of Napa Valley or Sonoma County, more than two thirds of California counties produce wine. We’re here to help you find your next Wine Country (where ever that may be) adventure. 

Fun Facts About Three Hot Wine Regions

Did you know that California produced 84% of the wine consumed in the United States in 2022? There are many more gold medal-winning wine producing regions within our state beyond Napa Valley and Sonoma County — though we love those, too. We selected these three to feature, because not only is their wine divine — they also have great hotels, restaurants and activities in the vicinity.

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