Countries and Regions
Wine grapes are mostly grown between the 30th and 50th degree of latitude, both in the Northern and in the Southern hemisphere.
Some grape sorts can grow beyond this range, and this might bring wines from areas in the World that was very little expected, but still with very good results.
The Top 10 wine producing countries is France, Italy, the United States, Spain, Chile, China, Argentina, Australia, South Africa and Germany. Portugal is #11, and Russia #12, wich might be some kind of surprise! Se the full list on Wikipedia.
Vineyards and Breweries
Italians stood together and was shown outside the historical town of Vinci where thirty winegrowers decided to join the system.read more
The Berones inhabited the Rioja and the cities of Tricio, Varea and Leiva marking the territory of the Berones region which are today the city of La Rioja.read more
Australia has a lot to offer when it comes to wine and this might be a surprise to many but the climate seems to do well for the grapes.read more
Situated in Barcelona with a stock of over 2 and a half million bottles, a state of the art winery and an estate that lies 250 metres above sea level.read more
Began when Kathleen Kohn Fetzer, a farm girl living on a cattle ranch when she decided to move in with her sister in Oakland California.read more
Located in Catalonia, Spain is the oldest and second largest producer of Cava or sparkling wine that is made with the traditional method of Champagne.read more
Two Degrees – found in the most scenic wine region of New Zealand.read more
Situated in the Canelon Chico Region in the South of Uruguay is the Bodegas Pizzorno Family Estatesread more