USA

USA

The USA has survived several setbacks in its wine producing life: prohibition in 1930s, using native grape varieties, etc. Since it’s been planting the European Vitis vinifera, wine is now made in every state so the USA is currently the 4th largest wine producing country, with California making 89% of its production.

Zinfandel was California’s signature grape and, with DNA testing, disappointment abounded that this was not an indigenous cultivar, but in fact Italy’s Primitivo with a different name. All international varieties, both red and white, are grown.

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  1. Cristom Vineyards Jessie Pinot Noir
    Cristom Vineyards Jessie Pinot Noir, 2013
    Oregon
    Pinot Noir
    Rating:
    100%
    £61.20
    Out of stock
  2. Gramercy Cellars Lower East
    Gramercy Cellars Lower East, 2016
    Washington State
    Cabernet Sauvignon

    From £35.70 per bottle

  3. Gramercy Cellars Lagniappe Syrah
    Gramercy Cellars Lagniappe Syrah, 2015
    Washington State
    Syrah

    From £60.00 per bottle

  4. Cristom Vineyards Eileen Pinot Noir
    Cristom Vineyards Eileen Pinot Noir, 2016
    Oregon
    Pinot Noir

    From £64.00 per bottle

  5. Grace Bridge Pinot Noir
    Grace Bridge Pinot Noir, 2016
    California
    Pinot Noir, Syrah
    Rating:
    100%

    From £15.50 per bottle

  6. Chanin 'Los Alamos Vineyard' Chardonnay
    Chanin 'Los Alamos Vineyard' Chardonnay, 2016
    California
    Chardonnay

    From £40.30 per bottle

  7. Chanin Santa Barbara County Pinot Noir
    Chanin Santa Barbara County Pinot Noir , 2016
    California
    Pinot Noir

    From £31.00 per bottle

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