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Wine Cultures of Ancient Greece

Wine Cultures of Ancient Greece While viticulture appears to have flourished as early as the Neolithic era, 6,500 years ago, the history of wine in Ancient Greece is first documented in the 15th century BC. Modern wine culture also started in ancient Greece, when drinking

Rhone Valley

Everything You Need To Know About Rhone Valley

Everything You Need To Know About Rhone Valley With its rich history, stunning views, and unparalleled growing conditions, the Rhone Valley deserves its reputation as one of the most famous wine regions in the world. But just like any other wine region, it has its

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Wine for Happiness: How Drinking Wine Can Improve Your Mood

Wine for Happiness: How Drinking Wine Can Improve Your Mood Wine is enjoyed by people worldwide for its unique flavor and aroma. Recently, scientists have been investigating the connection between wine and happiness and have found that people who drink wine are generally happier than

Tasting Room

Wine Tour Chronicles: What to Expect at a Tasting Room

Wine Tour Chronicles: What to Expect at a Tasting Room Wine tasting tours are a great way to learn about wine, and these are present in many cities. Wine tours are a stellar way to explore the world of wine, and most wineries have everything

Wine soil

Why Does Soil (Or Terroir) Matter So Much to Fine Wine?

Why Does Soil (Or Terroir) Matter So Much to Fine Wine? Terroir is a term that the French invented and like to claim as their own. Terroir is the interplay of climate, terrain, soil, and geology, which gives a wine its unique taste. Together with

Willamette valley

Why Is Willamette Valley Unique?

Why Is Willamette Valley Unique? Whether you prefer red or white wine, the Willamette Valley is likely to have an award-winning version of your favorite. This lush valley, which surrounds the Willamette River and stretches roughly from Portland in the north to Eugene in the

The Willamette Valley AVA

Willamette Valley AVAs

The Willamette Valley AVAs Oregon started wine production in the 1840s, and the wine industry flourished in the 1960s. Currently, Oregon is the 4th largest producer of wine in America and possesses 19 wine-growing regions called American Viticultural Areas (AVAs). Each AVA region in Oregon

Mornington Peninsula

The Ultimate Guide to The Mornington Peninsula

The Ultimate Guide to The Mornington Peninsula Nestled in Victoria’s southeastern corner, the Mornington Peninsula stretches 100km from Frankston to Warneet. This coastal region boasts over 300 wineries and vineyards, with wine grape varieties including Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, and more. About the

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American Wine Industry and the Rise of Illegal Winemaking

The fall of the American Wine Industry and Rise of Illegal Winemaking American wine country’s history cannot be complete without mentioning the early 20th-century Prohibition. December 5th, popularly known as Repeal Day, is the most loved and famous day among wine lovers. It was the

NAPA VALLEY

NAPA VALLEY

NAPA VALLEY AND THE WINE HISTORY The Early Napa Valley Wild grapes used to grow across Napa Valley until George Calvert Yount, a settler in the region, discovered the area’s potential for the cultivation of grapevines. He started by building one of the initial homesteads

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