Utah Wineries

Utah Wineries

Not long after the initial settlement of Utah by the Mormons, the first wine grapes were planted in the area in the 1860s. Despite some past regulations on wine, the state actually has a large wine industry. The majority of the wineries in the state are located in mountain valleys, often as high as 6,000 feet above sea level. Because of Utah’s dry, cold climate, many grapes are unable to grow in the region, though winemakers still manage to produce both fruit wines and grape wines. Today, the most popular varieties include Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Riesling and Muscat Blanc.

Castle Creek Winery
Mile Post 14, Hwy 128, Moab UT 84532

Hive Winery
1220 W Jack D Dr, #2, Layton UT 84041

Parallel Wines
2254 Parleys Ter, Salt Lake City UT 84109

Spanish Valley Vineyards & Winery
4710 S Zimmerman Ln, Moab UT 84532

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