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Wine Regions
Welcome to the Wine Region section of our website. In each region there is a short summary with some history and information, so you can get more of an understanding of what makes that particular region so special. Below the summary you will find links to our databases of Wineries, Lodging, Restaurants, Spas and Other Activities. There are also links to regional events and maps.

So go have fun clicking your way through all these wonderful regions. And if you are trying to plan a trip but find this information a bit overwhelming, please let us help you plan your trip. Just click here, fill out the questionnaire and we will plan a personalized trip for you.

Anderson Valley/Mendocino/Lake: Redwood forests, Pacific Ocean, coastal mountains, dormant/extinct volcanos, vineyards ... more
Livermore Valley:
The Rodney Dangerfield of California wine regions. No respect.... more
Monterey County: Tidepools and missions, giant redwoods and ranches, coastal mountains and farms, ... more
Napa Valley: The center of the California wine industry, and the U.S. wine industry.... more
Paso Robles/San Luis Obispo: Ranches and missions, coastline and vineyards and wineries and Hearst Castle.... more
Russian River/Sonoma County: Full disclosure here. We’ve been coming to the Russian River area for one reason or another ... more
Santa Cruz/Santa Clara: Bordered by San Francisco Bay on the north, Monterey on the south, the Pacific to the west ... more
Santa Barbara/Santa Ynez: The origin of the wine industry in Santa Barbara County goes back to the California missions ... more
Sierra Foothills/Lodi: So much area, so many things to do. This region includes the El Dorado, ... more
Sonoma Valley: The middle child of the California wine regions. You know the type ... more
Temecula/San Diego: And you thought Southern California was just beaches, Disneyland, Hollywood ... more
Oregon: Have you ever been to Oregon? We have. The deep blue of Crater Lake ... more
New Zealand: When we visited here, we were first struck by how much the wine industry ... more