1. France & Its Beautiful Wine Regions: World of Wine

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    Wine Regions in France

    France and wine go hand in hand. At the store, at a restaurant, or at home searching for a bottle of wine? It’s highly likely that you’ll find a wine region in France on one of the labels. There are vineyards scattered throughout the country. And it’s responsible for producing up to 8 billion bottles each year.

    Whether you’re a wine

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  2. Wine Regions Of The United States: 6 More American Regions (World of Wine)

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    United States Wine

    The U.S.A. has been producing wine since before it became a fully-fledged, independent country. Before the original red, white, and blue flag flew proudly in the colonies, grapes were growing. Vineyards had already sprouted all over the fledgling nation.

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  3. Italian Wines: A Beginner’s Guide (World of Wine)

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    Italian Wine Country

    Ciao! Welcome to the wine-rich region of Italy, where the  is delicious, the grapes are plentiful, and the labels are, well, often confusing. Italian wine regions are some of the most difficult to understand. Italy is the leading wine-producing country at around 19%  of the world’s wine, though. So they’re worth learning about.

    There are plenty of Italian wine regions, each with its

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  4. Spanish Wines: The Undervalued Gem of Wines (World of Wines)

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    A Spanish Street Where Wine is Traditionally Sold

    Spain is the reason for a lot of things you know and love —  tapas, paella, sangria, Flamenco, and, of course, the ever-famous siesta. One thing they’re not as well known for — but should be — is Spanish wine.

    Spain has the largest land area of any country dedicated solely to vineyards — about 2.4 million acres, in fact. Yet someh

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  5. Wine Regions Of The United States: 6 States You Need To Know (World of Wine)

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    Wine Regions Of The United States: 6 States You Need To Know (World of Wine)

    The United States hasn’t been producing wine for that long, compared to the Old World. But it has come a long way in a relatively short amount of time. We may be the new kids on the block. But as of 2019, the United States was the fourth-highest wine-producing nation in the world. Pretty good standing for a country that is only 244 years old!

    The States are coming up quickly in the world o

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  6. The Evolving World of Wine-In-A-Can

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    The Evolving World of Wine-In-A-Can

    The evolving world of wine-in-a-can

    Even though it's been around for over a decade now, It's still the new kid on the block. It's the darling of outdoor festivals, concert venues, and sports stadiums. It's working its way farther into the home market.  It's…Wine-In-A-Can!

    The first canned wines came out of California and Oregon, with the Francis Ford Coppola Winery producing t

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  7. NAPA Valley Fun Facts

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    Napa Valley Fun Facts

    About 48 miles (77 kilometers) north of San Francisco, Napa Valley is California’s best-known wine region. To be such a renowned wine region, it is responsible for a ridiculously small amount of all the wine produced in the state–only 4 percent.

    Here are some more fun facts:

    • There are more than four hundred wineries in Napa Valley. Most are small and family-owned.
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  8. 5 Wines to Make the Transition to Fall

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    5 Wines to Make the Transition to Fall

    The first leaves are turning on the trees, and suddenly that Pinot Grigio you are holding seems a little out of place. Then you see the first signs at the local coffee shop announcing that all things pumpkin spice are back. That’s when you know: it’s time to make the transition to fall.

    The transition can be daunting. But don’t worry--for wine, we have you covered. Here is a list of the best

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  9. The Art and Process of Wine Tasting

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    The Art and Process of Wine Tasting

    Wine tasting can seem intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Some people seem to think that you need a sommelier certification, a thesaurus, and a degree in oenology and viticulture.

    But all you really need is some wine, a glass and your taste buds. Taste is subjective. Most people are going to taste things differently, and that’s okay. In this article, we’ll show you the three funda

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  10. Mulled Wine and Hot Cocktails

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    Mulled Wine and Hot Cocktails

    Mulled wine and hot cocktails are winter home bar essentials. Remember winter when you were a kid? Every snowstorm was a potential day off from school. Weekends meant building snowmen, snowball fights, sledding, and cozy nights on the couch, looking at the Toys R Us catalog. Recapturing the magic of the holiday season is hard to do as an adult. Winter doesn’t exactly make us giddy anymore. Without t

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