Homes with an Elegant Finish: Five Homes Across the Nation with Fine Wine Cellars and Nearby Vineyards

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Do you have a nose for wine and a need for the perfect home near your favorite winery? Perhaps, your wine collection just isn't fitting in that wine cooler anymore? Move, Inc., the media leader in connecting consumers with the when, where and how to move, has announced another weekly Trend Spot at http://trends.move.com. This week's spotlight is on five homes for sale across the nation with fine wine cellars. Not only do these homes have the perfect set-up to sip that Chardonnay, but they are also located in unique wine regions and near local vineyards.

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    1. ROOM TO BREATHE --

Temecula, California winegrowers embrace the sunny days and coastal breezes known for making this area so diverse in its range of wines as well as homes. This seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom estate built on 2.53 acres, has its very own vineyard and ample room to breathe while sipping wines from the private wine cellar and taking in the panoramic city views of the Temecula Valley. Let's not forget the full-size tennis court, putting green, and rock pool with grotto and waterfall. All this and so much more for $2,900,000. http://www.realtor.com/Prop/1075143183

2. FULL BODIED --

Washington State is the second largest producer of premium wine and this stunning Kirkland, Washington home is close to a dozen wineries. For $2,250,000, this home offers wine connoisseurs breath-taking views of the surrounding city, lakes and mountains. The five-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath includes a complete guest suite perfect for out-of-town visitors while the 1,500-bottle wine cellar is also large enough to entertain in. http://www.realtor.com/Prop/1067483921

3. WINE LOVERS PALACE --

Leesburg, Virginia's once-a-year wine festival is the oldest on the East Coast, but spend the rest of your year on this 3.63-acre rolling countryside estate holding your own personal wine festival with the 1,400 bottle wine cellar and tasting room. $1,529,000 includes a stadium seating movie theatre, exercise room and game room, perfect to host those who enjoy the finer taste in life. http://www.realtor.com/Prop/1069057694

4. PARISIAN DALLAS? --

Most don't think of Dallas, Texas as having a world-class wine scene but the state is the fifth-largest wine producer in the nation. This Parisian-styled home is fit for wine enthusiasts with its walk-in wine cellar, wet bar, library, and three covered porches. Juliette balconies allow you to enjoy spectacular Turtle Creek views, while the third floor master suite comes complete with an elevator. This mansion is on the market for $2,950,000. http://www.realtor.com/Prop/1061103592

5. CRISP FLORAL NOTES --

As the neighbor to more well-known Napa and Sonoma, California, Marin County's wine industry continues to grow due to the wet winters, dry summers, diverse soil and the abundance of sunshine. This $3,975,000 four-bed, three-and-a-half bath, romantic Belvedere beauty overlooks the water. With magnificent wine cellar included, lazy days can easily be spent relaxing in this home. http://homes.realtor.com/prop/1067977398

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