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Oak aging imparts vanilla notes to the Tempranillo
La Rioja, Spain
La Rioja encompasses the Basque provinces and is divided into three principal zones: the Rioja Alavesa, Rioja Alta and Rioja Baja.
More than the sparkling wine so necessary for any good party
When most people hear the word Champagne, they will immediately think of the celebratory sparkling wine that is so synonymous with the region in which it is made.
Corsican wines, winemaking reminiscent of the Italian tradition
Corsican (Corse) wine producing traditions date back more than 2500 years when the first Phocean traders settled here.
Swiss Wine - rich flavors of the red wines increasingly popular
Grapes came to Switzerland in the earliest time of man. Seeds found in the region date back several millennia. In terms of local wineries, the Vaudois brings a rich history.
Lebanon - ancient vintners bringing old and new flavors to the world
For a bit of Middle Eastern flavor to your wine Lebanon brings a unique experience. Wine production began in this region thousands of years ago with the ancient Phoenicians.
Many celebrated wineries founded by Italian immigrants
Washington, United States
After California, Washington is the second most productive wine producing region in the USA. The climate of the area has much to do with this.
Alsace wineries choose to preserve natural sugars
Alsace wine has much in common with German wines. The grapes that are most commonly seen here are similar to those grown in Germany and Austria.
Oregon wine producers have impressed many in the industry
Oregon, United States
A relative newcomer to the wine scene, Oregon wine producers have impressed many in the industry with their recent success both in terms of sales and quality.
Wine producers decided to use the forbidden fruit
Beaujolais wine is produced primarily from the Gamay grape. Approximately 98% of the wines in this region stem from the variety. This was a conscious decision as the use of Gamay was forbidden in Burgundy in 1935.
Burgundy wine – learning more about the history
One of the most important wine producing regions in France is the Burgundy or Bourgogne area.