Established American Viticultural Areas

The following tables list all the established American Viticultural Areas, or AVAs (see 27 CFR part 9 for more information).

These tables are for informational purposes only. The official boundary description for each AVA is contained in part 9 of the TTB regulations. A link to the appropriate CFR section for each AVA is included in the last column.

Currently, there are 267 established AVAs in the United States. California has the most AVAs, with 147.

Last updated: August 15, 2022

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Browse Single-State AVAs by State

Want to see what AVA a particular address is within? Use the AVA Map Explorer

Want to see a list of AVAs arranged by the date they were established? See our List of AVAs by Establishment Date.

Want to see the petition and rulemaking documents for an AVA? Visit the AVA Reading Room.

Want to see only the AVAs for a particular county? Use the AVA Map Explorer.

* Indicates a partial overlap with the AVA listed in the first column

Indicates a multi-state AVA

Page last reviewed: June 29, 2018
Page last updated October 17, 2022  
Maintained by: Regulations and Rulings Division