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Want to know where all the wineries are in Florida and what else there is to do in the area after you’ve visited? You need Florida Wine Country Guide to Northern Wineries.

This 194-page guidebook is the only comprehensive guide to Florida wineries and features nearby attractions, shopping, bed and breakfast inns, and places to eat. Each chapter includes a listing of things to do near the winery with complete contact information. There are also listings for area chambers of commerce, CVBs, and tourist information bureaus, state parks, historic sites, outdoor activities, museums, art galleries, and more.

The Florida Museum of Natural History in Gainesville is located near several wineries.

You’ll also find stories of the winemakers from St. Augustine to Pensacola, including the fast-growing Gainesville and Ocala area. Here you’ll meet the fascinating people behind the scenes who dedicate their lives to growing grapes and creating liquid art for the rest of us to enjoy. Learn where the first wine in America was made, what kinds of grapes grow in Florida, where wine and grape research is being done today, and how the Florida wine industry is growing.

More than a guidebook, Florida Wine Country Guide to Northern Wineries includes the history of wine making and a chapter on some of the recent wine and health research and the connection of antioxidants and heart health.

There’s a calendar of wine festivals throughout the year, fun facts and trivia about wine, even some simple recipes you can cook at home using your favorite wines. A great guide to keep in your car, or for armchair travel, this book is for everyone who likes wine and likes to travel.

The suspension bridge at Ravine Gardens State Park is one of many fun attractions.

Need to know more? See some sample pages here and read more about the writing of the book here.

Florida Wine Country Guide to Northern Wineries makes a great gift for you or anyone you know who loves wine and Florida travel. The book is available for purchase at most Florida wineries, or you can buy it directly from Woodhaven Publishing.

Click to go to, get your copy of Florida Wine Country: Guide to Northern Wineries and start traveling and tasting.

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What They’re Saying About Florida Wine Country Guide to Northern Wineries

~ “Reading this book brought me back to the days of my childhood. I recall my sister and I developing a love for the Muscadine as we often stopped after school to pick the grapes right off the vine at our Grandparents’ farm in northern central Florida. It’s truly a treat to see the growth in production and popularity of Florida wines, and this book is an excellent guide to experiencing the best North Florida has to offer.” – Candace Munz, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services 

~ “After finishing Pam’s new book, I feel like I’ve been sitting on my back porch in conversation with a friend about one of my favorite things, enjoying Florida wines. I’m ready to create my own wine trail and set out on a road trip in north Florida.” – J. R. Newbold, President, Florida Wine and Grape Growers’ Association

~ “An exciting and fun reading experience, presenting us with a multifaceted and colorful image of America’s oldest new Florida wine and people behind it.” – Dr. Violeta M. Tsolova – Professor and Director, Center for Viticulture and Small Fruit Research, Florida A&M University

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