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Danza Del Sol Winery

Temecula Valley is an excellent getaway and Danza Del Sol Winery wants to offer you a unique and personal wine tasting experience. We are excited to share with you our revamped tasting room and inviting outdoor patio that combine both simplicity and elegance paired nicely with our hand-crafted wines.
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Bure Family Wines

The release of Bure Family Wines marks the culmination of years of effort, passion and a desire to produce small lot handcrafted wines.
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Madison Vineyards Estate Winery

At Madison Vineyards we are dedicated to the production of quality wines from our own estate grown grapes.

Forestedge Winery and Farm

Forestedge Winery specializes in wines made from the fruits and berries that survive the northern winters. Forestedge Winery offers wines, Forestedge Wooden Tools, local art gallery, gift shop, and nature trails.

Yoakim Bridge Vineyards & Winery

The treasure of our vineyard is our 40-year old head-trained, dry-farmed Zinfandel vines well known for producing fine wines of extraordinary character and intensity.

Vintner's Cellar

Only the finest harvests from these select vineyards are chosen, the results are juices which produce superb, premium wines vintage after vintage in as little as 5 weeks.

Clinch Mountain Winery

Nestled at the foot of Clinch Mountian in beautiful East Tennessee, Clinch Mountain Winery is unlike any winery you've ever seen.
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Wine is currently produced in each of the fifty states of USA. The United States is the worlds most important producer outside of Europe. California leads the way in production volume followed by Washington State, Oregon and then New York. The United States is one of the largest wine producing nations in the world. Currently fourth after France, Italy, and Spain. North America is home to several native species of vines and grapes, including Vitis labrusca, Vitis riparia, Vitis vulpina, Vitis amurensis and Vitis rotundifolia, but it was the introduction of European Vitis vinifera vines by European settlers that led to the growth of the modern day wine making industry.