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Wine-growing regions

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  1. stones
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    White bordeaux

    There's more than just reds in Bordeaux—discover the region's whites, starting with Graves.

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  2. Greece
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    Santorini wine: An Assyrtiko crush!

    Santorini is overwhelmingly beautiful. Perched on a volcano that looks as though it could crumble into the Aegean Sea at any given moment, the Cyclades Island is often a destination for newlyweds looking for breathtaking photos. Cyclades also beckons for wine lovers who have a serious crush on Assyrtiko grapes!

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  3. Spain
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    The taste of Spain

    To understand the spirit of Spanish wine growers and their greatest wines, you have to keep two things in mind: the weather and the oak. Barrel aging has been a key part of the Spanish style for two centuries, with a balance that has changed a lot in the last thirty years.

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  4. Italian vignard
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    Italy from head to toe

    To show off Italy’s dizzying wine diversity, what’s more perfect than a little tour of three of the country’s winemaking regions? Here’s to a quick sip of Italy, from Alpine peaks to sloping coastal regions.

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  5. Spain
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    Spain from all sides

    Spanish wine is where it’s at and the proof is in the pudding - they’ve got the most vineyard surface area on the planet. We talked with José Peñín, author of Spain’s foremost wine guide, which covers a country with far-reaching traditions and awe-inspiring creativity.

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  6. Portugal
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    Portugal, land of sea and mountain

    With cities, towns and vineyards clinging picturesquely to steep hillsides, Portugal boasts wines that reflect a unique environment – varied, seductive and original.

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  7. Piémont
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    Asti&alba: piedmont’s barbera duo

    In a blind taste test, would you be able to tell a Barbera from Asti from a Barbera from Alba? If you think you could, what’s your secret? Because I’ve never been able to figure it out myself!

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  8. Snapshot of Veneto
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    Snapshot of Veneto

    Soave, Valpolicella, Pinot Grigio, Prosecco, Amarone: Veneto bottles some of Italy’s most popular wines.

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  9. Ontario wine
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    Wine getaway in Ontario

    Wine aficionados and foodies should keep Ontario in mind for their next trip—it has a lot to offer!

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  10. tannat grapes
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    Tannat: beyond Madiran

    Quebec knows this cepage as the source of Madiran wines. Yet it has also seen great success in other soils!

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  11. niagara peninsula vineyard
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    The Niagara Peninsula

    What do you think about when you think of Niagara Falls? Certainly, there are hotels with heart-shaped beds, haunted houses and plenty of miniature golf courses... But besides the tourist centre that’s frozen in time and the majestic Falls themselves, Niagara is also a wine region worth checking out—particularly since it’s practically our next-door neighbour!

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  12. Wine cellar
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    Bordeaux supérieur

    Think Bordeaux and what usually come to mind are the well-known Grands Crus and their stratospheric prices. But there are pearls to be found in some of the smaller appellations.

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