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Jules J. Berta Vineyards, Albertville
Named Alabama’s Winery of the Year two years in a row, this family-owned vineyard was the first in the state to grow grapes thanks to its high elevation atop Sand Mountain. You’ll want to try their award-winning “Dog at Large,” a sweet blackberry merlot.
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Bear Creek Winery, Homer
$5 is all it costs for a tasting at Bear Creek (and when you buy a bottle, it’s free). After you sample some a glass made from the juicy berries Alaska is known for, enjoy a stay at the vineyard’s charming bed and breakfast overlooking Kachemak Bay.