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Located along El Camino Real, or the King’s Highway, rugged San Benito County was settled by Spanish missionaries in the late 1770s. But it was French and German immigrants who established its wine culture, planting the first grapes there in the mid-1800s.
San Benito County
On the vine since
Sight to see:
Pinnacles National Monument
An ancient volcano and California Condor habitat
Known for
Pinot Noir

San Benito County Wineries

1 wineries