Where To Sample the West Coast Wines You Love

The West Coast is scattered with hundreds of wineries and dozens of distinct wine-making regions. If you want to taste some of America’s most familiar flavors as well as a host of lesser-known wines, here are the wine regions you should be paying attention to: 

Vineyards [Napa Valley, California]

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Napa Valley, Calif. | America’s most famous wine producing region attracts thousands of tourists each year. There are plenty of B&Bs and fine restaurants to accommodate those seeking to taste renowned California Cabernet Sauvignon and chardonnay.
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The delight of finding an unknown park, a captivating history museum or a fantastic desert means exploration is never far from Carmen Fifield’s mind. Carmen’s favorite travel memories include biking to historic sites on the island of Guernsey, huffing and puffing up the stairs to the Great Wall of China and eating the most delicious crab cake ever in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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