Exploring New Wine Regions

We’re making a splash into the world of wine, exploring some new regions, and sprinkling in some fun facts. Grab your corkscrew, we’re opening the bottle on the top up and comers. 

1. Moldova: The Hidden Wine Gem

Ever heard of Moldova? Well, get ready for a sip of something new! This Eastern European country is a secret wine paradise. They even have the world’s largest wine cellar—think Guinness World Records but for wine! 

The World's Largest Wine Cellar in Moldova

2. Tasmania: Where Cool Climate Meets Cool Wine 

Down under in Australia, Tasmania is making waves in the wine world. Cool climate wines are the name of the game, with Pinot Noir and Chardonnay stealing the spotlight.


3. South Africa: Dry and Fruit Flavors For All

South Africa has the perfect climate for developing dry, and bold-flavored wines. Cape Town, its wine capital, has wine farms dating back to the 1600s.

If you’re looking for crisp whites and full-bodied reds, look no further, South Africa has world-renowned wines that are budget-friendly for the international wine connoisseur. 


4. Uruguay: Tannat Tango Time 

South America’s wine scene is turning heads, and Uruguay is leading the dance with its flagship grape, Tannat. The grape was originally grown in France but is now known as the national grape of Uruguay. It’s bold, it’s robust, and perfect for pairing with tantalizing cuisine. 

It's Time to Toast Texas Tannat - Vintner Project

5. Georgia: The Birth of Wine

Georgia is known as the birth of wine, with its wine practices dating back 8000 years ago! Thousands of years ago monks in monasteries were the producers of wines, taking the practice very seriously.

Although it’s not known as a popular wine region it has interesting wine practices and grapes unique to the area. 


The article was written by Christine Fay Smith

“Christine is a freelance lifestyle writer. She focuses on interior and hospitality design. After graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Christine has embraced her knowledge of the visual world. She mixes this with passion for culture and the exploration of visual experiences.”


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