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US Firsts In Wine

Posted to Wine Tips & Tricks on June 29th.

Take a moment to appreciate the history of some of the United States’ firsts in wine.

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What’s happening in Oregon wine that’s anything but Pinot? We asked a regional wine expert to reveal what’s awesome in Oregon that you’ve probably never heard of.

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Washington is still very much a frontier of winemaking on the West coast, Here’s what’s worth getting excited about from an insider’s perspective.

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Central Coast is a large encompassing American Viticultural Area (AVA) that extends from the south of San Francisco all the way to Santa Barbara. This region does happen to produce some of California’s most intriguing, up-and-coming wines.

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Wine travel doesn’t have to high-brow (or extremely expensive) to be awesome. Point in case, here are 4 US wine travel spots where you can find cheap hotels, cheap tastings, small communities, and alternative things to do.

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Every state in America grows grapes and makes wine. Discover the wine specialty of your home state.

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Wines made from Chambourcin, Vidal Blanc, Baco Noir and Marquette are making waves in the Midwestern States and Canada. Here’s what to know about these top French-Hybrid varieties.

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The west coast of the United States offers several pristine climates for producing outstanding Syrah wine. See where they grow best and learn about the unique wines from each region.

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This small wine region straddles the Oregon-Washington border and offers some of the best examples of Syrah in the United States.

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Despite Europe’s two thousand year head start, American wine traditions are happening quietly all around us. You just have to know where to look.

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