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Mornington Peninsula

Mornington Peninsula, Australia

History of Mornington Peninsula, Australia Sitting to the West of Port Philip and South of Melbourne is the beautiful and historic city of Mornington. This region of Victoria is home to over 150,000 people known for their hospitality and warm-heartedness. In addition to its picturesque

Oregon Wine

Oregon Wine

The History of Oregon Wine The state of Oregon has become known worldwide for its amazing ability to produce dry and sweet wines. However, the production of wine in Oregon did not kick off until the late 1970s. Oregon ranks third in wine production in

winemaking in Southern Tuscany

The History of Winemaking in Southern Tuscany

The history of winemaking in Southern Tuscany Italy is home to some of the best wines in the world. It is nonetheless interesting to know that Italy’s wine-growing and winemaking are spread across the various parts of the country, with no single region taking all

Montalcino Wine

The History of Montalcino Wine           

The History of Montalcino Wine Brunello di Montalcino is a DOCG red wine. It is made only from grapes grown within the administrative boundary of the Municipality of Montalcino in the Province of Siena in south-eastern Tuscany. The Ombrone, Asso, and Orcia Rivers run through

Yarra valley

The History of Yarra Valley

History of Yarra Valley Australia is packed with fun destinations — from its breathtaking lavender fields to art galleries and parks and historic wineries with cellar doors. The local food, scenes, spectacular getaway locations, and wines make Yarra valley a fantastic place in Australia. In

Chardonnay grape

Chardonnay Grape

Chardonnay One of the most common grape varieties in the world, Chardonnay is produced in various ways, from slim, sparkling Blanc de Blancs to rich, creamy white wines matured in oak. Main flavors Yellow apple Carom Pineapple Vanilla Butter  Profile of taste: Dry Body Medium

Burgundy Ariel


Burgundy Burgundy is one of the most prestigious wine regions in the world. Its capital city, Dijon, lies in north-central France along the valley of the river Saône and has been inhabited since at least 4200 BC. The region is home to several different wine

Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir Grape

Pinot Noir Grape Variety Pinot Noir is the 10th highly grown grape variety in the world. Wines made with Pinot Noir have cultivated a large following of hardcore wine lovers. Pinot Noir is the greatest widely held light-bodied red wine in the world. It is


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