America's Wine Coast
Ever since Chateau Montelena a Napa Valley winery won the 1976 Paris Wine blind competition it marked the beginning of the wine production in Northern California. It attracted not only the interest of US wine lovers but also the attention of the international wine connoisseurs, establishing Napa Valley as an important wine region in the world. Some international Wine makers have also chosen to open wineries in northern California.
Since those days the Napa and Sonoma Valley have grown and as a result of their success other areas in California such as Temecula Valley and Paso Robles have developed wine regions which have also attracted a lot of interest. In addition, other states along the West Coast have developed their own wine regions like the Willamette Wine Valley in Oregon and the every growing Walla Walla Wine Valley in Washington State. These wine regions have also have attracted excellent chefs that combine local produce with their own cuisine creations, complimenting and enhancing their local wines.
Not only are the Wineries in these states worth visiting, but you will also find yourself surrounded by beautiful landscapes, quaint towns, enjoy excellent gastronomy and unique hotels and resorts that can accommodate all personal tastes and preferences.
Our goal is to introduce you, to the wonderful gastronomy found along the Wine Coast of America and make it a memorable vacation and experience!