You’re a wine lover, and you want to live close to where good wine is made. You want a good job, too, and schools to send your kids. These days, you don’t have to live in California or France to be near good wine.
You’ve got lots of options — given that wine is made in all 50 states. The nation’s varied wine regions aren’t household names, such as Napa or Bordeaux. Instead, they’re places such as Leesburg, Va., or Woodinville, Wash.
Just in time for the fall harvest, we found 10 towns and cities — Oregon to New York — where you can live near where wine is grown and made.
NOTE: All descriptive information is courtesy of listing agents. Properties were on the market and listed as available at the time of publication in September 2013 unless noted otherwise.
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