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Central Coast

California’s second largest wine region that functions as an umbrella for a number of AVAs (American Viticultural Areas) and lies due south of San Francisco and ends north of Los Angeles. It is not to be confused with the hot and dry Central Valley (the state’s largest wine region), where many table grapes as well as inexpensive wine grapes are grown for the largest California wine brands. Rather the Central Coast has a notable amount of influence from the Pacific Ocean, which allows it to be cooler and more breezy. This, in turn, enables it to grow some of the world’s most sensitive grapes such as Pinot Noir. Its 30 AVAs are divided amongst 10 counties and include some top ones as Santa Cruz Mountains, Paso Robles and Santa Ynez Valley. ...
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