• Cahors, France

    Cahors, France Cahors is a small town forming a part of the southwest of France. Within the designated appellation, AOC Cahors, the dominant variety is the black grape, Malbec. Locally, you will see Malbec is referred to as "Auxerrois” or "Côt." Typical Cahors wine is known for its deep, dark color with aromatics of meat, [...] More
  • Crete, Greece

    Crete, Greece Crete is one of the world’s oldest winemaking regions in continuous use (think over 4000 years)! Crete is also the largest and most populous of the Greek Islands. Cretan vineyards cover 12.8% of Greece’s wine regions and hold the 3rd place among the 9 viticultural areas in the country. Overall in Greece the [...] More
  • Margaret River

    Margaret River, Australia Margaret River, within the Western Australia zone, is located just south of Perth. Being right on the coast, Margaret River has a warm maritime climate and can see high amounts of rainfall compared to other Australia regions. The most widely-planted varietals here are Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, and Semillon. Even [...] More
  • Salta, Argentina

    Salta, Argentina Salta is the most northerly of the vineyard areas in Argentina, closely bordering the country of Bolivia. Due to how far north it lies, Salta has some of the highest vineyards in the world. These vineyard sites can be well over 3000 meters above sea level producing wines of elegance with a strong [...] More
  • Patagonia, Argentina

    Patagonia, Argentina Patagonia, the southernmost wine-producing region in Argentina, is located inland close to the Andes Mountains. Home to two key Argentina wine provinces, Rio Negro and Neuquén, this area sees different climate influences than its northerly neighbors who sit at a much high altitude. In Patagonia grape growing can provide its challenges due to [...] More
  • California

    California, USA Dating back sum 240 years ago, California wine started in San Diego at the Mission de Alcalá, the first Franciscan mission in The Californias. After the gold rush in 1849, wineries then began to populate in Northern California around Sonoma and Napa Valley and the industry took off. Things slowed down during prohibition, [...] More
  • Provence, France

    Provence, France Bordered by the Mediterranean, this picturesque region is known for kind hospitality, the smell of fresh lavender and herbs in the air, and fresh and delicate wines. Provence is primarily known for its production of rosé wine, which accounts for the vast majority of wine, although red wine is also made here. Provence [...] More
  • Rhône Valley, France

    Rhône Valley, France For ease of describing the Rhône Valley, we will associate the region by two distinct areas: The Northern Rhône and the Southern Rhône. The Northern Rhône, follows the River Rhône essentially from Vienne in the north down to Valence in the south. Many of their vineyards are planted on slopes situated next [...] More
  • Loire Valley, France

    Loire Valley, France The Loire is actually the largest river in France and the Loire Valley is a large region that follows as it flows towards the Atlantic. Another cooler climate region in France, the Loire Valley produces many exciting and exceptional red, rosé, and white wines in a variety of styles.  Lean and lively [...] More
  • Alsace, France

    Alsace, France On the border between Germany and France lies the region of Alsace, renown for their aromatic white grape varietals, Gewürztraminer and Riesling. As with many other northerly regions in France, Alsace has a much cooler climate, which is showcased through how their vineyards lie on very steep slopes. These steep slopes, depending how [...] More
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