Each Region produces wines, with individual personalities and unique characteristics that come from the different climates, soils and winemakers that produce the grapes grown in its region. From San Diego and as far north as the Oregon border, California’s wine areas expand over more than 700 miles and have more than 100 American Viticultural Regions.

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North Coast: 
Alexander Valley
Dry Creek Valley
Mendocino County
Napa Valley
Russian River Valley
Sonoma County

Sierra Foothills:
El Dorado County
Amador County
Murphy’s/Calaveras County

Central Valley:

Bay Area
Santa Cruz Mountains
Santa Clara Valley

Central Coast
Monterey, Carmel, Carmel Valley
Paso Robles
San Luis Obispo/Edna Valley
Santa Barbara County 

Sounthern California
Temecula Valley