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1

Mountain Range that forms a rain shadow for Washington State Vineyards   

Cascades

2

Washington State AVA that contains Seattle, Tacoma, and Olympia   

Puget Sound

3

Leading red grape of Washington State   

Cabernet Sauvignon

4

Largest AVA in Washington State   

Columbia Valley

5

Washington State AVA named for the pothole lakes formed by the Missoula Floods   

Ancient Lakes of Columbia Valley

6

AVA located directly south of the Yakima Valley AVA   

Horse Heaven Hills AVA

7

Three AVAs that straddle the Washington and Oregon State lines 

Columbia Valley
Columbia Gorge
Walla Walla Valley

8

Leading white grape variety of Washington State 

 Chardonnay

9

Leading red grape variety of Oregon   

Pinot Noir

10

Leading white grape variety of Oregon 

 Pinot Gris

11

Six sub-appellations of the Willamette Valley AVA   

Dundee HIlls, Ribbon RidgeEola-Amity Hills, McMinnvilleYamhill-Carlton District, Chehalem Mountains

12

Sub-appellation of the Rogue Valley   

Applegate Valley

13

Two sub-appellations of the Umpqua Valley   

Elkton OregonRed Hill Douglas County

14

Appellation shared by Oregon and Idaho 

 Snake River Valley

15

Largest wine-producing AVA of New York State   

Finger Lakes AVA

16

Viticulturist who introduced vinifera grapes to New York State   

Dr. Konstantin Frank

17

The premiere winegrowing area of British Columbia   

The Okanagan Valley

18

Oldest continuously operating winery in North America   

The Brotherhood Winery in the Hudson River Region AVA

19

Canada's voluntary appellation system   

VQA - Vintner's Quality Alliance

20

Leading appellation of Ontario 

 The Niagara Peninsula

21

The five "super-AVAs" of California   

North CoastSierra FoothillsSan Francisco BayCentral CoastSouth Coast

22

This large area grows the majority of California's grapes, but is not an official AVA.   

The Central Valley

23

Approx. vineyard acreage of Napa Conty   

45,000 acres

24

Body of water that cools the southern areas of Napa County   

San Pablo Bay

25

Leading grape variety of Napa County 

 Cabernet Sauvignon

26

Napa AVA shared with Sonoma County   

Carneros (Los Carneros)

27

Napa AVA shared with Solano County   

Wild Horse Valley

28

Valley Floor appellations of Napa Valley   

Calistoga - St HelenaRutherford - OakvilleStags Leap District - Yountville

29

Eastern-most AVA of Napa Valley   

Chiles Valley

30

Mountain range on the border between Napa and Sonoma 

 Mayacamas Mountains