- Argentina is the 5th largest wine producer in the world. Wines of note include malbec, chardonnay and cabernet sauvignon, as well a wide variety of less expensive blends preferred locally.
- Australia's modern and prolific wine industry produces some excellent vintages available worldwide, but is most known for it's mouthwatering shiraz.
- 9 out of every 10 bottles produced in the United States come out of California. The variety of growing conditions allow for some amazing diversity and creativity in their wines.
- Canada is slowly emerging onto the world's wine scene with excellent ice wine (eiswein) and several white grape varietals (chardonnay, riesling, gewürztraminer and pinot gris) leading the way. Look for many more to follow…
- Chile consistently produces some excellent wines. Most known for cabernet sauvignon, Chile also produces carmenere, pais, merlot, chardonnay, sauvignon blanc and sauvignon vert.
- Chardonnay, merlot and cabernet sauvignon combine for just over 50 percent of wine grape production in Colorado's top five wine regions, but shiraz, cabernet franc, riesling, pinot noir and others are also produced.
- Bordeaux, Burgundy, The Loire Valley, Cognac, Champagne, Alsace, The Rhone, Provence, Languedoc-Roussillon and all parts in between - France is as much about wine as anything else.
- Germany produces some of the finest wines in the world. An almost obsessive devotion to the pure craft of winemaking and unique climates at the extreme northern edge of where grapes can grow combine in wines of exceptional clarity, acidity and finesse.
- The Snake River and Panhandle regions make up Idaho's wine country. Leading Idaho varietals include chardonnay, riesling and cabernet sauvignon.
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