Are you a wine enthusiast? If you are, you might have heard about “Wine Country”. Just as the name suggests, this area is a wine-growing and brewing region. It is located in the Northern Carolina part of the United States of America (USA). It harbors more than four hundred wine country wineries since the mid-nineteenth century. Most of the wine country wineries are situated in the valleys of the area. The grapes that produce the wine are grown at elevated lands like the Atlas Peak. Various towns and cities are within wine country such as Windsor, Guerneville, Sebastopol, Petaluma, Kenwood, Sonoma, Healdsburg, Santa Rosa, Hopland, Ukiah, Napa, St. Helen, Rutherford, and Yountville.

 

The aforementioned destinations have elegant estates with vineyard lines that run up to the end of the country roads. In addition to this, the areas have wine trials with state of the art tasting rooms. This read will outline some of the must-see wine country and wineries destinations.

 

 


The Top Wine Country WinerY Destinations to Visit


  • Napa and Sonoma- These two regions have the most coveted wine country grapes in the entire world. Napa Valley has amazing tasting rooms, estates, good accommodation, towns, and is close to the Silverado Trail. On the other hand, Sonoma is more reserved and intimate.
 
  • North Coast Wine Country- This amazing destination is filled with redwood forests. This varied wine country destination has one of the coolest climates for growing wine in California. The ocean fog on the western side of this destination aids in the production of exquisite Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, among other wines. The warmer climate is famous for the production of exquisite Zinfandel. In addition to this, the area has a freshwater lake called a clear lake. It provides good backdrop scenery as you drive through the destination.
 
 
  • Mendocino Wine Country- This is the least crowded wine country destination. The scenery is innovative due to the presence of redwood forests, cool ocean climate rolling into the vineyards. This destination has very progressive winemakers that aid in the production of progressive wine flavors such as gluten-free and even vegan, among others. The area is also home to the Moss wood Market that has local cheeses and foods that are good for picnics.
 
  • Sip wine in the Gold Country- This wine country dates as far back as the 1850s during the Gold Rush days. This area harbors very one hundred wineries, tasting rooms, wine tours, and restaurants. All these deal specifically with wine. Plymouth located within this wine country is famous for exquisite foods, amazing tasting rooms, and sleek restaurants. The Shenandoah Valley has an amazing ambiance. The valley is at the border of El Dorado and Amador counties.
 
  • Lodi Wine Country- This area is famous for going green and producing big red wines. It is the first Californian third-party sustainable winegrowing program. In addition to this, it has amazing tasting rooms and the Lodi Wine and Visitor Center. The Lodi Wine and Visitor Center offers a large variety of wines from about eighty vintners. This wine country also offers a ZinFest, which is a three-day annual tasting party every May.
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