California wine is unique. In most of the world’s major appellations, a region offers one, or even a few types or style of wine.
Italian wine could easily be considered the final frontier of wine knowledge. This is because there are more than 350 common indigenous wine grape varieties in Italy.
For hundreds of years, France basked in the reputation of being the world's greatest producer of wines.
Australia is home to some of the oldest vines in the world that date back to the 1850s. Our wine regions produce more than 100 different grape varieties.
Production is ramping up everywhere from Patagonia to The Pampas, and as it does, winemakers are uncovering a wealth of diversity hidden within some of the New World’s oldest vines.
Washington has emerged as one of the prominent wine-making regions of the world, producing high-quality wines spanning a spectrum of flavors and textures.