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Featured Locations

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Italy

Home of winemaking; one of the most diverse and entertaining territories on earth.

Read more ▸ 20 regions 418 appellations 603 producers 1145 wines

Switzerland

Switzerland is a mountainous country in Central Europe famed for chocolate, cowbells and sweeping vistas of dramatic alpine scenery. But is wine the nation’s best kept secret?

Read more ▸ 6 regions 16 appellations 24 producers 20 wines

Basilicata

Small region in the south of Italy known predominantly for Aglianico del Vulture DOC.

Read more ▸ 2 appellations 16 producers 23 wines

Burgundy

For many, Burgundy is the most fascinating wine region on earth and offers a lifetime of study. White wines from Chardonnay and reds from Pinot Noir is what to expect, but quality ranges from rubbish to utterly sublime.

Read more ▸ 6 sub-zones 63 appellations 157 producers 165 wines

Alentejo

Alentejo is the largest wine region in Portugal and the source of a wealth of good quality wines from a multitude of different grape varieties. Red wines dominate in this sun scorched region, particularly from Touriga Nacional and Allicante Bouchet, but there are are also plenty of examples of respectable whites produced too.

Read more ▸ 2 appellations 5 producers 10 wines

North Macedonia

Until the country’s recent and long awaited name change, North Macedonia was known as The Republic of Macedonia. It is a small but high potential territory special in red wines from international varieties and the regional Vranec.

Read more ▸ 6 regions 1 appellation 14 producers 42 wines