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Articles in Category "Wine Regions"

Willamette Valley Vineyards: Open Up and Say Yum

by Jennifer Jordan
In my adult years, one of my own personal mantras whenever I go to Portland to visit the world's largest amount of relatives has been, "I'll be with family; so, in other words, I'll be drinking...
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The Greek Wine Industry

by Jennifer Jordan
When it comes to wine, it seems as though Greece should be well beyond every other region; after all, it is Greece, a country that is sometimes overheard bragging to Albania and Bulgaria about how it...
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Washington Wines: Just East of Greatness

by Jennifer Jordan
When people think of the wines of the northwest, chances are they ignore Washington and think mainly of Oregon. With its penchant for Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc, and Pinot Noir, Oregon has seemingly...
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Canada Wines: Ice, Ice Baby

by Jennifer Jordan
I think a lot about wine: Pinot Noir is on my mind whenever dinnertime rolls around, Beaujolais is in my thoughts as the holidays approach, Merlot and Cabernet share time on my brain when I attend a...
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New Zealand Wines: The Two Best Bets

by Jennifer Jordan
Every wine-producing nation has a specialty. From nations good at producing Cabernet to those who excel in Chardonnay, from those who are excellent makers of Semillon to those who know the quality of...
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The Wines of New Zealand

by Jennifer Jordan
No Wine is an Island: It's easy to assume that New Zealand is a lot like Australia with its geographical proximity to the Outback: visitors may often be on the lookout for crocodile wrestling and...
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Making Port Wine

by Jennifer Jordan
I had a friend in college whose life's goal was to move to France, don a beret, stomp on grapes, and make wine for a living. Though I tried to tell her that there was more to wine-making than purple...
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Chilean Wine History and Style

by Tynan Szvetecz
Chilean Wine History: The Buddhists say that life is suffering. The capitalists say that life is a struggle. The communists say that life is a team effort. But the Chileans say that life is...
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Style and History: South African Wine

by Tynan Szvetecz
South African Wine History: One of the few countries within the African continent to produce wine, South Africa owes its production capabilities to the influence of the Dutch. Three hundred years...
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The Unique Wines of Oregon

by Jennifer Jordan
When it comes to wine growing regions, Oregon can be viewed as a bit of a problem child, often caught sticking out its tongue whenever the grape vines aren't looking. Because Oregon contains...
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