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Wine-growing regions

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  1. A fresh look at German wines
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    A fresh look at German wines

    Refreshing, tasty, plentiful, and more accessible than you might think, discovering German wines is easy and lots of fun!

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  2. Rioja: Reserved for good times
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    Rioja: Reserved for good times

    Flavourful and complex, Rioja wines provide comforting pairings for fall and winter meals. Reserva wines, in particular, give a sense of elegance to special occasions – without breaking the bank.

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  3. Apple season
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    Apple season

    Your guests will delight at this beautiful apple dessert – and only you’ll know how easy it is to make!

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  4. Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne
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    Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne: ‘Tis the season

    The Champagne fame is such that eyes light up at the mere mention of its name. Whether enjoyed by a discoverer or a connoisseur, this French appellation embodies classicism, pleasure and happiness every time. It brings excitement to moments big and small and can be served both as an aperitif or paired to a fine meal.

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  5. Campari: bitter’s better
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    Campari: bitter’s better

    Italy has created a wealth of aperitivo and amaro, bitter liqueurs based on special blends of herbs, spices, roots, citrus peel, and other secret ingredients. Here’s how to use some of the most famous ones.

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  6. "Bella Italia!"
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    "Bella Italia!"

    They’re intense, passionate, romantic and proud; their melodious language embodies different accents from region to region, as do their culinary specialties and wines. Italians love to talk, to eat and to linger at the table, as if time didn’t matter, because this moment reunites two very important values for them: pleasure and family.

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  7. Australia: Diversity on a continental scale
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    Australia: Diversity on a continental scale

    Having over 100 grape varieties spread over a landmass larger than all of Europe is a recipe for diversity. As Aussie winemakers embrace it more than ever, it’s time to invite them back to your table.

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  8. South Africa, the Land of a Thousand and One Wines
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    South Africa, the Land of a Thousand and One Wines

    Building on a 360-year history and a renewed and forward-looking energy, South Africa produces a range of wines as distinctive and diverse as its amazing landscapes.

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  9. Elqui Valley
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    Chile’s new horizons

    After charming the world with its affordable, quality Cabernets, since the 1980s, Chile has incessantly been seeking out new opportunities and opening new wine territories.

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  10. Val de Loire Charmingly French!
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    Val de Loire Charmingly French!

    Elegant chateaux and historic villages, welcoming temperatures of valleys and plains... the Val de Loire is a treasure trove of happiness from diverse wine discoveries to classic French charm.

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  11. Torres family in their vineyard.
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    Torres & Earth

    One of the most admired wine producers in the world. A wonderful recognition for a family estate, 5 generations strong. But the influence of Bodega Torres extends far beyond its wines...

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  12. Emilia-Romagne
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    Emilia Romagna: unsung hero

    Tucked between the Apennines and the Adriatic in Italy’s northeast, there’s still a lot to learn in the way of wines from this region, although we already know quite a bit about local gastronomy.

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