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In the United States, wine is produced in just about every state, except in the northernmost Alaska. The most prestigious and expensive American wines come from California. Wine experts have long considered their cabernet sauvignons to be the best in the world, as the Napa Valley offers ideal conditions for their cultivation – cold nights, hot days and, most importantly, long and not too warm autumns.

About 90% of all American wine is produced in California.

Californian wines gained worldwide fame with the famous Parisian blind tasting organised by Steven Spurrier in 1976. During this event, completely unknown American winemakers bested some of the most prestigious French wines.


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