Arroyo Seco

[Salinas River] The Arroyo Seco (`dry riverbed`, usually called the Arroyo Seco River{Citation needed|date=April 2011}) is a major tributary of the Salinas River in central California. {convert|40|mi|km} long, it drains a rugged, semi-arid area of the Coast Ranges and a portion of the agricultural Salinas Valley. ==Name== `Arroyo Seco` mean...
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Arroyo Seco

[Alameda County] Arroyo Seco is an {convert|11.7|mi|km|adj=mid|-long} watercourse in Alameda County, California, that traverses through the city of Livermore. Arroyo Seco means `dry stream` in Spanish. Arroyo Seco lies above the Arroyo Seco watershed, which includes the eastern part of the city of Livermore and also the Lawrence Livermore N...
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Arroyo Seco

[Los Angeles County] The Arroyo Seco, meaning `dry stream` in Spanish, is a {convert|24.9|mi|km|adj=mid|-long} seasonal river, canyon, watershed, and cultural area in Los Angeles County, California. ==Waterway course== The watershed begins at Red Box Saddle in the Angeles National Forest near Mount Wilson in the San Gabriel Mountains. As it...
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Arroyo Seco

Not much has been done with this appellation located in Monterey County and best known for Riesling and Chardonnay.
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