Four grapes to watch in Temecula Valley Southern California Wine Country

Sangiovese grapes hang on the vines at Cougar Vineyard & Winery. Valley News/Kim Harris photo
The wine world these days is full of choices. There are literally thousands of wine grape varieties in the world today, and so many different styles of wine to explore. It’s a wine explorer’s paradise out there. But with so many options often comes agonizing indecision. What to try?Few wine regions represent an abundance of choice more than Temecula Valley, home to dozens of different grape varieties produced in a dizzying array of styles. Want light and crisp? Try a Temecula Valley sauvignon blanc. In the mood for something juicy and rich? Temecula Valley tempranillo may very well fit the bill. What about bubbly? Temecula Valley’s got that too. There are so many choices.In an effort to help wine lovers narrow down what to try while exploring the region, which was just named
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