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Argentina has proved to be one of the best and most surprising wine countries in South America and it is the biggest wine producer there. A country of high altitude, where the Malbec grape variety has found a perfect home in the foothills of the Andes mountain range. The production and consumption of wines in the country goes back to the...


Australia is the sixth biggest wine country in terms of production with immense potential for much more and it is one of the biggest wine exporting nations. Known as one of the leading New World wine countries Australia wine history is not new at all, it goes back to 1825 when James Busby considered the father of the Australian viticulture has...


Italy is one of the world's largest wine-producing country and one of the oldest, with regions that have produced wine as far back as the 10th Century B.C. The Italian wine culture is closely related to the Greeks, which brought their vines to the peninsula, and on the island of Sicily as well as Campania and Calabria. After that, the...


Moldova is an old wine-producing country located just north of Romania in the Black Sea basin, where the vine originates. The wine history of the country is very rich with numerous archaeological finds, such as amphorae and grape seeds which are proving that viticulture has been practiced there for over 5,000 years. Moldova is a small...

New Zealand

New Zealand is the southernmost wine-producing country in the world located in the South Pacific Ocean, south-east from Australia. The Island of New Zealand is one of the relatively new wine-growing areas in the world with first planted vines in Northland region from the James Busby in 1819, who is considered the father of the Australian...

San Juan


San Juan is probably the second most important wine-growing region in Argentina after Mendoza with large plantings of Malbec and Syrah. It is situated just Nord from Mendoza in the foothills of the Andes mountain range. All vineyards are planted between 600 - 1200 m altitude, which is the standard in all neighbouring regions. The region is...

South Africa

South Africa is one of the most prominent wine countries from the so-called New World, although the viticulture has been established quite early in 1652 from the Dutch doctor Jan van Riebeeck who has brought the first vines from Europe. The country is the 8th biggest wine producer and boasts one of the best value for money wines. Most of the...

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