The Wine Country of Santa Barbara, California

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When you travel 90 miles north of Los Angeles, you will come to the city of Santa Barbara, California. It is deemed by many as the most beautiful city along the coast of California. There are plenty of sites to visit and activities to try when coming to the place. Aside from its beautiful beaches and downtown sceneries, you can try the various wineries found in Santa Ynez Valley, just nearby. The place is located in the southernmost region of the Central Coast.

Experts and wine enthusiasts have written articles about the great quality of the wines and the breathtaking views in Santa Barbara. Tourists are recommended to search for wines from the Central Coast of California, which is a large region from Santa Barbara to Contra Costa. There are so many great quality wines to try from Napa and Sonoma valleys. The viticultural region has grown so much since its early beginnings centuries ago. People flock to the area every year to try the different types of wines at various times of the year.

The wines in the Central Coast, particularly in the Santa Barbara region, have spread their reputation to other parts of the United States and around the globe because of their excellent quality. More wineries have been set up in recent years. At present, Santa Barbara has more than 100 wineries. Sta. Rita Hills, Santa Ynez Valley, Santa Maria Valley and Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara have gained recognition and approval for producing some of the best wines in the world.

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