When it comes to wine production in the US .... it ain't just Napa Valley!
That's right. Every
U.S. state produces wine.
A nation of immigrants who brought their expertise with them, America was ripe for wine growing beginning in the 19th century — as the first wave of European settlers began raising families (and the grape) while setting down roots.
York, have become major producers of top quality, well known
labels. But there are treasures in every corner of the country
for wine lovers who avidly seek them out. Even in Georgia and Rhode Island you'll find local vintners toiling to produce popular local favorites.
more information on regional and local wineries and how to visit them, just click on a state to begin