Central Coast AVA

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The Central Coast AVA is a large American Viticultural Area that spans from Santa Barbara County in the south to the San Francisco Bay Area in the north.wikipedia
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Chardonnay

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With around 100000 acre planted to wine grapes, Chardonnay accounts for more than half of the total.
In warmer locations (such as the Adelaide Hills and Mornington Peninsula in Australia and Gisborne and Marlborough region of New Zealand), the flavors become more citrus, peach, and melon, while in very warm locations (such as the Central Coast AVA of California), more fig and tropical fruit notes such as banana and mango come out.

Arroyo Grande Valley AVA

Arroyo Grande Valley
It is part of the larger Central Coast AVA, and the terrain is made of sedimentary and volcanic soils over a layer of bedrock known as the Franciscan Complex.

Edna Valley AVA

Edna ValleyEdna Valley AVA (San Luis Obispo)
It is part of the larger Central Coast AVA.

California wine

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Mount Harlan AVA

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It is located in the Gabilan Mountains and is part of the larger Central Coast AVA.

American Viticultural Area

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The Central Coast AVA is a large American Viticultural Area that spans from Santa Barbara County in the south to the San Francisco Bay Area in the north.
For example, the Santa Clara Valley AVA and Livermore Valley AVA are located within the territory of the San Francisco Bay AVA, which is itself located within the Central Coast AVA.

Santa Ynez Valley AVA

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It is part of the larger Central Coast AVA, and contains the greatest concentration of wineries in Santa Barbara County.

Santa Barbara County, California

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The Central Coast AVA is a large American Viticultural Area that spans from Santa Barbara County in the south to the San Francisco Bay Area in the north.
The county now claims more than 115 wineries and 21000 acre of vine, with the vast majority of the vineyards in the county's Central Coast American Viticultural Areas: Santa Maria Valley AVA, Santa Ynez Valley AVA, Sta. Rita Hills AVA, and Happy Canyon AVA each with its own distinct terroir.

Livermore Valley AVA

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Wine made from grapes grown in the Livermore Valley is eligible for the Livermore Valley AVA, San Francisco Bay AVA, and Central Coast AVA appellation of origin designations.

York Mountain AVA

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It is part of the larger Central Coast AVA, located on the eastern side of the Santa Lucia Mountains, west of Paso Robles AVA.

San Francisco Bay AVA

The AVA falls within the larger Central Coast AVA, four smaller designated AVAs are contained within it: Livermore Valley AVA, Pacheco Pass AVA, San Ysidro District AVA, and Santa Clara Valley AVA.

San Lucas AVA

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Santa Maria Valley AVA

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