mikeofla


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Paso Robles - it's an American Tuscany.

wbretz


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Sonoma County, CA.

MrMushroom


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Detroit because I still love my ripple and boones farm

janroestamadji


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LindaKB wrote:I'm buying mine in Champagne, France because I love champagne



As well, I'd buy an orange grove in FL so i could have Mimosas !!!!

mayosw


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Valle de Casablanca, Chile. Beautiful location between Santiago and Viña del Mar. Excellent wines in a politically stable country with friendly people. What more could you want?

rynogreene


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Other, Sierra foothills, Amador or El Dorado counties of California. The best Zinfandel in the world. Love me some huge Zin!

amikins


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champagne,

borisgoodenough


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Cote-Rotie. And all those Lyon restaurants are just a short drive away...

bdimmler


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North Fork of Long Island. Many of my favorite wines are from here. Plus there is great sailing and fishing here as well. The best part is that the french are an entire ocean away and due to continental drift are moving further away every day!

kwiXXotik


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Shenandoah, VA. It's absolutely gorgeous, and there is some good wine coming from that area. Plus - wild bears!

Giaki


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Greece of course!

natalieug


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Australia!!!!

a04971xx


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on the roof of my mansion in malibu

AudioFreq


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sandrab8401 wrote:Mosel-Saar-Ruwer, Germany. Because that's where piesporter goldtropchen comes from.



Exactly!! My choice as well!!

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keyes11421


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computermd82 wrote:Cali's good, but I'll pick Oregon.



We agree...near Portland Oregon!

kellera2


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Yakima

Kuroko


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1. Jumilla, Spain, because so many of my faves are from there. 2. St. Croix Valley, Minnesota, because it's close. Yes, they make wine in Minnesota. It's good, too.

It's a new dawn, it's a new day... and I'm feelin' woot.

Strwberrie5


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Paso Robles!!! Gorgeous country sides and very friendly community.

Flyinbrian123


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SneezyKevinA wrote:Me Too!



Me three!

rbrookshire25


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Washington State! The Best Wines In The USA

psycher1


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Tuscany because I don't know any better and I play Assassins Creed.

pinball


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NY, Niagara all i can say is ICEWINE !!! YUM... Inniskillin.

beefytaco


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There's only one real option- Piedmont.
However, I'd also settle for my backups of Savoie, Mosel, or Anjou.
Mineraly, high-acid whites.

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I have two accounts- this 'anonymous' username for commenting, as well as a 'purchasing' account which is my real name. Apologies for the white box on the left.

Also, in the interest of full disclosure- I'm ITB, selling wine for a living. None of my wines have ever been featured on Woot though, so don't fear the shilling.

kmagt


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MrMushroom wrote:Detroit because I still love my ripple and boones farm



Those are both made in California by Gallo.

kmagt


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Sierra Fotthills in California. Amador county or Murphys...

kerrigirl


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Paso Robles

wingedsurfgirl


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Santa Cruz mountains... Because I live here anyway. Our neighbor has a small scale vineyard, and it's doing really well. I've thought if I ever had the money I'd buy up the houses/land around us, and spread a vineyard out over the land. The houses would remain as residences for my family.

However... Had I the option of an alternate season vineyard, I'd happily buy one in El Bolson, Patagonia, Argentina. Fabulous people, fabulous wine. I haven't been to Chile though, and the surf is supposedly good, so I may find a perfect blend there.

ilikea


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Oregon! Beautiful country and award-winning wines.

joshkross


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Burgundy. How has no one said Burgundy?

That or Oregon.

ckeilah


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Am I rich enough to have the Californians removed?

Please do not increment my Quality Posts count. 69 is a good place to be. ;-)
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SmilingBoognish


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I grew up on a farm. If I was rich, I certainly would not want to sign up for the work that is farming!