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Number of US Wineries by State

According to WineAmerica (1) there were 4,712 wineries in the United States in 2007. Following is a listing of the number of wineries by state ordered from the states with the most wineries to the states with the fewest wineries.:

  1. California (2025 wineries)
  2. Washington (451 wineries)
  3. Oregon (295 wineries)
  4. New York (239 wineries)
  5. Virginia (140 wineries)
  6. Texas (136 wineries)
  7. Pennsylvania (115 wineries)
  8. Michigan (112 wineries)
  9. Ohio (108 wineries)
  10. Missouri (86 wineries)
  11. Illinois (83 wineries)
  12. North Carolina (74 wineries)
  13. Colorado (72 wineries)
  14. Iowa (62 wineries)
  15. Florida (46 wineries)
  16. Oklahoma (46 wineries)
  17. Kentucky (44 wineries)
  18. New Jersey (41 wineries)
  19. Wisconsin (41 wineries)
  20. Indiana (40 wineries)
  21. New Mexico (36 wineries)
  22. Idaho (32 wineries)
  23. Maryland (31 wineries)
  24. Massachusetts (31 wineries)
  25. Tennessee (29 wineries)
  26. Connecticut (28 wineries)
  27. Arizona (26 wineries)
  28. Minnesota (26 wineries)
  29. Georgia (20 wineries)
  30. Nebraska (20 wineries)
  31. Kansas (16 wineries)
  32. West Virginia (16 wineries)
  33. Maine (14 wineries)
  34. South Dakota (14 wineries)
  35. Vermont (14 wineries)
  36. South Carolina (11 wineries)
  37. Arkansas (10 wineries)
  38. Montana (10 wineries)
  39. New Hampshire (10 wineries)
  40. Alabama (9 wineries)
  41. Alaska (8 wineries)
  42. North Dakota (8 wineries)
  43. Louisiana (7 wineries)
  44. Rhode Island (7 wineries)
  45. Utah (7 wineries)
  46. Nevada (5 wineries)
  47. Hawaii (4 wineries)
  48. Wyoming (3 wineries)
  49. Delaware (2 wineries)
  50. Mississippi (2 wineries)

Source: WineAmerica (The National Association of American Wineries).

Notes:

  1. "Growth of the U.S. Wine Industry", WineAmerica (The National Association of American Wineries).