Home of the Tango, Argentina is a multi-faceted country with a culture rich in European sophistication and indigenous tradition. Nestled between the Andes Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean, Argentina’s poor soil, semi-arid climate, intense sunshine and high altitudes yield astonishing grapes for the cultivation of the noble vine. At these higher altitudes, the temperature swings between day and night permit intense ripening of the grapes as well as time for recovery to yield wine with intense flavor profiles. More Info


chile   Chile is renowned for producing world-class wines including luscious reds and flavorful fruit forward white wines. Chile is a viticultural paradise. Its unique combination of geography and climate make it ideal for winegrowing. Blessed by nature Chile is bordered on the north by the Atacama Desert, the Patagonian ice fields to the south, the Andes Mountains to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west which together create ideal growing conditions for the noble vine. More Info






France is world renowned as a producer of great wines. In a paradox of nature, the poor soil and generally unfavorable weather conditions produce grapes of stellar quality to create world-class wines. The varied terroir that nurtures the vine allows the grapes to garner the flavor of the specific region. The wine is the soil and soil is the wine. Consequently the same varietal planted in different locations will develop a different set of flavor and style characteristics. More Info







Italy is home to some of the world’s most prestigious wine estates. Wine has been produced there for almost 4,000 years. The country’s diverse terrain is predominately hilly or mountainous with a climate ideal for wine production. 

Italy is divided into 20 regions that are then broken down into provinces. Laws governing Italy’s wine production specify which grape varieties can be grown in which region. More Info



South Africa




The Cape Winelands region is located in the Western Cape. It is the southwestern most province in South Africa and includes the fabled Cape of Good Hope. The province is flanked by the Atlantic Ocean on the west and the Indian Ocean in the south. Generally speaking, the climate is classic Mediterranean: mild, wet winters and long hot days with evenings cooled by ocean breezes and billowing fog during the growing season. The climate is much like parts of France and northern California. The mountain ranges throughout the Winelands area create a stunning backdrop for the hillside and valley vineyards. More Info





During the past decade and a half, the number of designated Spanish wine regions (Denominaciones de Origen or DOs) has grown by more than a third to a total of 69, and Spain has created a new set of laws, doubling the wine quality categories and introducing top wines from regions never known for quality wine or, more often, never even heard of at all. Understandably, this proliferation is creating remarkable confusion about what Spanish wine is, what it’s made from, and where these amazing wines are grown. More Info






Wine production in the United States is as varied as the country itself. California is world-renowned for its classic varietal wines followed by New York, Washington and Oregon. California has proven that it is possible to take classic European grapes varieties and re-interpret them into a style all their own style. Noted California wine appellations include Napa, Sonoma, the Russian River Valley and the Central Valley. New York State is the champion in the northeast. With a warm temperate climate, Long Island’s North Fork produces critically acclaimed Chardonnay, while upstate New York has achieved accolades for its Cabernet Franc and Pinot Noir.  More Info

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