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Regions

Aconcagua
Chile

Aconcagua

Aconcagua Valley: an alpine, Bordeaux feeling

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Alsace
France

Alsace

Alsace: diverse whites

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Andalucía
Spain

Andalucía

Andalusia: Sherry and more

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Armagnac
France

Armagnac

Armagnac: high-percentage, high-standing, authentic

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Bordeaux
France

Bordeaux

Bordeaux: high prestige, high quality

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Bourgogne
France

Bourgogne

Burgundy: home of the crus

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Burgenland
Austria

Burgenland

Burgenland: Reds, sweets and other wonders

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California
USA

California

California: Lots of fruit and ripe tannins

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Calvados
France

Calvados

Calvados: Apfelpower aus der Normandie

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Campbeltown
Scotland

Campbeltown

Campbeltown: Salzige Eleganz

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Castilla y León
Spain

Castilla y León

Castile and León: Increasing diversity

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Catalunya
Spain

Catalunya

Catalonia: the great range

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Cognac
France

Cognac

Cognac: Hochprozentig edel

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Douro
Portugal

Douro

Douro: from port wine to cult wine

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Dão
Portugal

Dão

Dão: noble crus from the highlands

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Galicia
Spain

Galicia

Galicia: shaped by the cool Atlantic

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Genf
Switzerland

Genf

Geneva: diversity at a high level

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Hawkes Bay
New Zealand

Hawkes Bay

Hawke’s Bay is located in the east of New Zealand’s North Island and is the country’s oldest and second-largest wine-growing region (approx. 4640 hectar…

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Highland-Speyside
Scotland

Highland-Speyside

Speyside: Das Herz der Whisky-Kultur

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Highlands
Scotland

Highlands

Highlands: Clans, Schafe, Whiskys

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Jumilla
Spain

Jumilla

Jumilla: The home of Monastrell

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La Mancha
Spain

La Mancha

La Mancha: beyond Don Quixote

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Languedoc-Roussillon
France

Languedoc-Roussillon

Languedoc and Roussillon: the wine-giant of the south

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Loire
France

Loire

Loire: the regal wine river

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Lowlands
Scotland

Lowlands

Lowlands: Hochprozentig subtil

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Mallorca
Spain

Mallorca

Mallorca: new premium wines from old varieties

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Mendoza
Argentina

Mendoza

Mendoza: Malbec and more

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Mittelrhein
Germany

Mittelrhein

Mittelrhein: small but fine

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Mosel
Germany

Mosel

Mosel: in Riesling territory

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Murcia
Spain

Murcia

Murcia: Home to the Monastrell variety

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Navarra
Spain

Navarra

Navarre: a land of many terroirs

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Neuenburg
Switzerland

Neuenburg

Neuchâtel: the Burgundy of Switzerland

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Niederösterreich
Austria

Niederösterreich

Lower Austria: crus near and far from the Danube

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Ostschweiz
Switzerland

Ostschweiz

Eastern Switzerland: an intriguing puzzle

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Pfalz
Germany

Pfalz

Pfalz: Riesling meets Burgundy

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Puglia
Italy

Puglia

Apulien: Frischer Wind aus dem Süden

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Rhône
France

Rhône

Rhône: northern power, southern charm

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Rioja
Spain

Rioja

Rioja: A legend in upheaval

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Sicilia
Italy

Sicilia

Sicily: more than a wine island

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South Australia
Australia

South Australia

South Australia: Shiraz as a driving force

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Steiermark
Austria

Steiermark

Styria: the fresh, white wave

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Tessin
Switzerland

Tessin

Ticino: the Merlot Mecca of Switzerland

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Valle Central
Chile

Valle Central

Valle Central: the heart of Chilean viticulture

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Veneto
Italy

Veneto

Veneto: land of the Amarone and Prosecco

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Victoria
Australia

Victoria

Victoria: amazing variety

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Waadt
Switzerland

Waadt

Vaud: stronghold of the Chasselas

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Wallis
Switzerland

Wallis

Valais: Alpine wines with class

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