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California Wine Country off the Beaten Path

From Travel Pulse: It's no surprise that California leads the way in the U.S. as the Golden State is the fourth-largest producer of wine in the world. Only Italy, France and Spain exceed its production. Though wine is now produced in all 50 U.S. states, California wines comprise 80 to 90% of the U.S. total.  

California wine production has a rich viticulture history since the late 1600s when Spanish Jesuit missionaries cultivated vines native to the Mediterranean region in their established missions to produce sacramental wines for Holy Communion.

Fast forward, and these fruits of the vine continued yielding amazing vintages year after year. This bountiful harvest coupled with talented winemakers made California very competitive in world wine competitions. Today, we rival the best of the best winemaking regions in the world.
Though Napa and Sonoma are the most well-known of California's winemaking regions, there are many others producing impressive award-winning wines. These off-the-beaten-path and more under-the-radar locales are some of California's best-kept secrets. Not just because of their amazing wines, but also the culture, landscape, food, and fun that accompany them.

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