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What is Terroir?

Terroir is defined as a region's soil,
climate, terrain, and environmental
characteristics, all which impart
flavor and aroma to wine.

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Old World Wines

Old World Wines

"Old World" refers to growing regions where winemaking grapes originated, primarily in Europe. These wines are often lighter, lower in alcohol, higher in acidity, and less fruity.

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New World Wines

New World Wines

"New World" includes nearly all growing regions outside of Europe—from the Americas, to South Africa, to New Zealand. These wines are often riper with higher alcohol, lower acidity, and a fruitier flavor.

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California

California

California is known for its beautifully expressive and fruit forward wines. With unique growing conditions across appellations, this region produces a wide variety of lush, high-quality wines.

Argentina

Argentina

Argentina produces complex old-growth wines, that are characterized by their bold fruit flavors, deeply rich color, and velvety texture.

Australia

Australia

Recognized mostly for their bright, fruity table wines, we know Australia’s growing regions for their ability to produce diverse wines of more sophistication and depth.

Austria

Austria

With wine making in Austria dating back 4000 years, this old-world region is known for elegant, dry whites and dessert wines.

Canada

Canada

Canada's Niagara Peninsula is the only place in the world where summers are warm enough to grow quality wine grapes and winters are cold enough to make Icewine every year.

France

France

France is home to some of the world's most iconic wines and growing regions, including Champagne, Burgundy, and Bordeaux. These wines are known for their sophistication, earthy characteristics, and distinct minerality.

Greece

Greece

Greece is one of the oldest wine producing regions in Europe with a history dating back over 6,500 years. The world's earliest evidence of crushed grapes have been found here.

Italy

Italy

Italy is known for its beautifully rustic wines. This old-world region is home to several distinguished varietals such as Glera, which is used in the production of Prosecco, Sangiovese, and Chianti.

Japan

Japan

Sake is believed to have originated in Japan around 700 AD, which makes it older than the written Japanese language. Recognized for its range of expression, Sake is defined by its floral, tropical, herbaceous, and earthy flavors.

New Zealand

New Zealand

This cooler weather climate produces world class Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir. Wines are tart, light-bodied, and elegant.

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa's hot climate produces full-bodied, savory reds and rich, fruity whites. These wines are a barbecuer's best friend, as they pair brilliantly with smoky foods.

Spain

Spain

Spanish wine culture has much more to offer than sangria. These exquisite fruit forward and full-bodied wines are extremely food friendly.

"Wine is older than history. Humans didn’t invent wine. We discovered it.“
- Philip Seldon

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