Little Known Wine Regions

It doesn’t take a lot of research to know that the top wine regions in the world are located in France, Italy, Spain, parts of the U.S., Australia, and now Chile and New Zealand. I’m sure that there are a few others that can be counted among the top wine producers in the world but that isn’t the point of this article. The point is that whether it is a result of better growing practices and exported knowledge of these practices to new regions of the world, or better climatic conditions due to global warming the fact remains that there are a number of unlikely wine growing regions around the world that are now producing some terrific wine.

I’m sure that you are already comfortable with your oak-aged French┬áchardonnay, that wonderful Pinot Noir from California’s Russian River Valley

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