California, Oregon and of course, Washington are by far the largest categories we see for American wines, but there are now wines made in all 50 states. New York and Virginia have very old and historic vineyards dating back to well before Napa, the Willamette and Columbia Valleys and Walla Walla were even ‘discovered’. The Finger Lakes and Long Island of New York both produce fantastic wines that are worthy of any cellar. And don’t forget Idaho. Just to the east of Oregon and Washington, there are some great sites producing wines that are similar in style to both of its bigger and more famous neighbors.