The Fresno Weinstein is a great one because Fresno is it extremely dense populated agricultural region, probably the most concentrated agricultural region in the world. Not only is Fresno produce unbelievable fruits and high variety of fruits vegetables and other agricultural products, but they also put in some of the best wine. There are a lot of surrounding areas such as Madera, California, that have some incredible wine tors. We have gone on multiple stores and wine tasting testing and have enjoyed every single moment of them. I think I probably enjoyed Madera the best because it’s really extremely flat and agriculturally diverse. I mean, you’ll see thousands and thousands and thousands of acres of just the craziest crap. And a lot of wineries too. Even though California grapes grow here parentheses there’s probably 50 or 60 variations) you will be able to have some of the best tasting wine, even though you would maybe associate the best one with Napa or Italy. Another great place to test. Wine is in Clovis California. Great wine tasting in their farms especially on the east side. There’s a great little gems including places in central Clovis is well. We stopped at a couple of those tors and road I’ll little tractor last fall and went to a little bar/saloon where they have all kinds of different wine samples and things to taste. Add another great area is the Fresno State wine. They actually have a huge amount of acres that they grow for crops for wine. Obviously all the kids are older than 21 drink the wine but we’ve done some taste testing there and my oh my there is some incredible wine that is definitely worth going. And testing and tasting any month of the year. There are also a few wine tors in the central valley, including some of the smaller towns such as Kingsburg, Selma, singer, vice Selye,:, Carmen, Norfork, and some of the foothill areas such as all Barry and even up into bass. Lake. We are super blast here in California to be able to take wine tasting towards basically whatever we want. A lot of the times we do our own private tour bus, and we just split the cost. That makes it a lot of fun and definitely everybody involved has a good time. One of the other reasons why California’s wine (especially the Fresno in Central Valley wine) taste so great is because of the year round weather. Central valley and Fresno gets 300+ days of sunshiny here in the climate is very Mediterranean base. Even though California is facing a water crisis, we’re still able to hear a gate very. Physically as well as effectively and get wine grapes the water that they need to effectively row and turn into America’s favorite drink, which is why. Up Next on our California wine tour will probably be the Napa Valley. That’s just outside of San Francisco, and we’re very excited.
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