South Africa is one of the most exciting countries when it comes to producing wines. Not only are the wine regions famous for producing delicious but affordable wines, it is also responsible for producing higher-end wines too.
Once a country that did not seem ideal for winemaking, thanks to new scientific developments, grape varieties, and a noticeable shift in climate, England wine production is now booming. In this article, we'll explore the wine regions of England and discover it's most successful wines.
The wine regions in France are plentiful making this country a holiday favourite for most wine enthusiasts. Each region is responsible for producing a wide range of wines sure to suit different tastes and preferences.
New Zealand is Known best for it’s Marlborough region, due to it’s much loved Marlborough sauvignon blanc. However, there are more than 2000 vineyards stretching across this country. Here is a list of New Zealand's most popular wine regions.