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America
America

The United States is an increasingly important wine country on a world scale – and the fourth most prolific. California is by far the predominant wine-producing state, followed by New York, Washington, and Oregon.

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Argentina

Argentina’s extreme and diverse, high-altitude landscapes provide a range of climates suited to varieties ranging from Malbec to Pinot Noir.

Australia
Australia

Best known for Shiraz, Australia capitalizes on its steady climates and technologically savvy wineries to make a variety of wine ranging from jammy reds to bone dry Riesling.

Australia
Chile
Chile

Known for its dry summers, Chile always produces healthy fruit. Though it was first planted by Spanish conquistadores in the 16th century, today Chile is mostly planted to French varietals.

Chile
France
France

France enjoys a reputation as the most revered and prolific wine producing country in the world, with diverse terroirs ranging from warm Mediterranean climates to cool hillsides in Burgundy.

Germany
Germany

Most commonly associated with Riesling grown on the Mosel’s steep slate hills, Germany makes a variety of long-lived, acidity-driven wines.

Germany
Italy
Italy

Italy has the highest percentage of land planted to vine in the world. Among Italy’s 20 wine-producing regions, Tuscany and Piedmont are the most famous.

Newzealand
New Zealand

New Zealand’s cool, maritime climate is perfect for wine production. Best known for its iconic Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand’s diverse vineyards also grow Pinot Noir, Bordeaux and Rhône varieties.

New Zealand
Portugal
Portugal

Portugal’s terraced Douro vineyards are responsible for the production of Porto, possibly the world’s longest-lived wine.

Portugal
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South Africa

South Africa’s dramatic vineyards, generally flanked by mountains on one side and water on the other, are rapidly gaining interest world-wide.

South Africa
Spain
Spain

Spain has the most acreage planted to vine in the world. Best known for the wines of Rioja – an idyllic region shielded from weather extremes – Spain has dozens of unique wine appellations.

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