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By Annette Brown
Special to Valley News 

Growth and visitation remain strong in Temecula Valley Southern California Wine Country


Last updated 10/25/2018 at 11:35pm

Visit Temecula Valley recently announced the results of its 2017 economic impact study of Temecula Valley Southern California Wine Country. Led by Dean Runyan Associates, a research services firm emphasizing travel and economic development, with input from Riverside Agriculture, the study tracks data pertaining to case production, revenue, employment and visitation gathered from 36 winery members of the Temecula Valley Winegrowers Association. The Temecula Valley American Viticultural Area has an annual economic impact of over $64 million on the regional economy and supports 1,300 jobs.

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