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Wines of Patagonia, Argentina

Sharing is caring!FacebookTwitterPinterestGoogle+LinkedinRedditStumbleUponTumblremailGeography & Climate From the most northernly region of Salta, where conditions are harsh, 1200 miles south of it is Patagonia.  Patagonia shares little similarity with Salta.  Although Patagonia also has its back against the Andes...

Wines of South Australia

Sharing is caring!FacebookTwitterPinterestGoogle+LinkedinRedditStumbleUponTumblremailGeography & Climate Right by the coast of St. Vincent situates the fifth largest city in Australia, Adelaide.  Asides of being a coastal city, Adelaide is surrounded by some of Australia’s best wine regions, some are...

Wines of Mosel, Germany

Sharing is caring!FacebookTwitterPinterestGoogle+LinkedinRedditStumbleUponTumblremailTaking its name from the river Mosel, the most famous wine region of Germany is also the third one in terms of production, and probably the most visited of all German wine provinces. Marked by Mosel’s...

Wines of Rheingau, Germany

Sharing is caring!FacebookTwitterPinterestGoogle+LinkedinRedditStumbleUponTumblremailSituated in the state of Hesse, Rheingau is the smallest wine region of Germany. Though small, this province gained an undisputable reputation, producing some of the best Riesling wines the country has to offer. Rheingau is...

Wines of Rheinhessen, Germany

Sharing is caring!FacebookTwitterPinterestGoogle+LinkedinRedditStumbleUponTumblremailTaking its name from the river Rhine and the Hesse state, Rheinhessen is the largest wine producing province in Germany.  Also known as “the land of a thousand hills”, the region’s scenery is dramatic and conservative,...

Wines of Germany

Sharing is caring!FacebookTwitterPinterestGoogle+LinkedinRedditStumbleUponTumblremailGeography and climate Being the eighth largest wine producer in the world, Germany is best known for its white wines, dry or sweet, unique and elegant. With a history of winemaking going back to the Romans,...