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Temecula Valley has been growing winegrapes since the late 1700s. But it was another 200 years before the industry truly took hold, gaining AVA status in 1984. Tempered by coastal fog, this warm region is best known for its Italian and Rhône varietals—and its annual Balloon and Wine Festival. Visit →
Temecula Valley
Winemaking since
Vineyard hectares (1,300 acres)

Temecula Valley Wineries

21 wineries