The wine Mecca of America. One of the most treasured, yet also one of the smallest one regions in the world. Napa Valley is the place that put America on the wine map.
There is no doubt that the top quality wines produced in Bordeaux are among the most famous wines in the world. The grape varieties of Bordeaux have made French wines legendary.
Washington State is somewhere between Napa Valley power and Bordeaux in terms of climate, acidity, and tannin structure. This wine region provides a really great balance of power and elegance.
Tuscany is probably one of the most well-known wine regions of Italy and no grape is as widely planted or as identified with Tuscany as Sangiovese. Viticulture in Tuscany predates the rise of the Roman Empire, dating back to at least the eighth century.
The Spanish wine region has a long history with wine production and is an important player on the world wine stage.
Portugal is old Europe and has actually been growing grapes and making wine for some three and a half thousand years.
Argentina has a rich wine-drinking culture that has contributed to its status as one of the world’s largest producers of wine. Argentina is best known for Malbec and for its more inexpensive wines.
The diversity of Chile is one of its greatest strengths. Chile is an intriguing country that’s been making wine for nearly five hundred years what makes it so special.