Although grapevine in the USA is grown in many states (E.G. Washington, Oregon, Virginia, New York, Ohio), we can easily say that wines from that country, first and foremost, are associated with California. And that’s right, since the state is the heart of the USA’s wine-growing region and provides overwhelming majority of wine production in the country. All kinds of wine are made in California – from simple, light ones for everyday use to refined icons of the winemaking. Zinfandel is the exemplary variety associated with California. Moreover, cabernet sauvignon, merlot, pinot noir, syrah, chardonnay, riesling, semillon and many, many other varieties are grown in here.