12 of the Most Unique Wines Across the U.S.

1. Finger Lakes Riesling (New York): Known for its crisp acidity and vibrant flavors, Finger Lakes Riesling has gained recognition for its quality and distinct character.

1. Willamette Valley Pinot Noir (Oregon): Willamette Valley is renowned for its Pinot Noir, characterized by its delicate fruit flavors, earthy notes, and elegant structure.

Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon (California): Napa Valley's Cabernet Sauvignon is celebrated for its rich, full-bodied profile.

1. Virginia Viognier (Virginia): Virginia Viognier is known for its aromatic qualities, with notes of peach, apricot, and floral undertones, making it a distinctive white wine.

Michigan Ice Wine (Michigan): Michigan produces exceptional Ice Wine, made from grapes frozen on the vine, resulting in a sweet and concentrated dessert.

Idaho Riesling (Idaho): Idaho's Riesling wines exhibit a balance of acidity and sweetness, with flavors ranging from citrus to stone fruits.

Santa Barbara County Syrah (California): Santa Barbara County Syrah wines are known for their bold flavors, dark fruit notes, and hints of black pepper and spice.

1. New Mexico Malvasia Bianca (New Mexico): New Mexico's Malvasia Bianca is a unique white wine with floral aromatics, tropical fruit flavors, and a refreshing acidity.

Colorado Cabernet Franc (Colorado): Colorado Cabernet Franc wines are distinguished by their ripe berry flavors, herbal notes, and vibrant acidity.