Wine Regions of Europe – Hungary

Ask most wine drinkers what they know about Hungary, and the answer will likely be two wines: Tokaji and Bull’s

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Wine Regions of Europe – Greece

Greece, as we have mentioned, has been producing wine for a long time, but in some way, it has not.

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Wine Regions of Europe – Switzerland

The landlocked European country of Switzerland is more than just watches, army knives, banks, and world-class tennis stars: it produces

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Wine Regions of Europe – England

The English have always taken wine quite seriously, even if they have not been able to grow many vines because

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Wine Regions of Europe – Austria

Austrian wine has changed a great deal over the last few decades—for the better. The improvement took place because of

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Wine Regions of Europe – Luxembourg

Wine has been produced in Luxembourg continuously since Roman times. Luxembourg wine production is centered in the country’s southeast, where

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Wine Regions of Europe – Germany

Germany has thirteen regions, all closely associated with rivers. Eleven are in the old West Germany, two in the old

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Wine Regions of Europe – Portugal

Portugal has lost its fair shares of wars, but one war it has most definitely won: the war against the

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Wine Regions of Spain

The Phoenicians—before the Greeks—brought winemaking to Spain by 1000 BC. Spain has extremely varied climates and terrains, from the arid

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