Other Europe

The wine world continues to expand apace and new and exciting wines can be found now in so many different regions. Use the links below to find delicious wines from Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, England, Greece, Hungary and more.

Austria

Wine writer Jancis Robinson MW called Austria 'the best kept secret in the wine world'. It's time to spread the word! With an enviable array of indigenous varieties, the country is home to some excellent-quality, unique and thought-provoking reds and whites that are well worth discovering....
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    Bulgaria

    Bulgaria was ahead of the pack in the 1980s, seducing many of us with its cheap and cheerful varietal wines long before the Australians arrived to beat them at their game. Though the wine scene hit the doldrums in the late 1990s, there has been enormous progress in the last decade. New wineries...
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      Croatia

      An increasing number of small and high-quality wine growers exist in Croatia, but as the country’s tourism industry burgeons so too do prices. We buy on quality and on value, and are keeping our ear to the ground in what is a wine-producing country to watch....
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        England

        English wine is in the ascendency. Investment in existing and new vineyards and wineries is on the increase and the quality of both sparkling (see here) and still wines has improved enormously. If you have been reluctant to try an English wine up to now, then be bold and include a bottle or two in...
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          Greece

          The quality of Greek wine has never been higher. When the Greek wine renaissance began, producers relied on international varieties to add glamour, and these are still popular with the Greek chattering classes and play their part in blends. We believe, however, that Wine Society members will find...
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            Hungary

            Nobody can doubt that Eastern Europe and beyond, once a cradle of wine production, has huge potential. That potential is being realised best by smallish individual estates which are the dynamic drivers of quality....
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              Madeira

              By enduring such an extreme heating process in its youth, fortified wine from Madeira withstands possible oxidation problems and can last for years and years. Once opened, a bottle can last for months. Malvasia is the Portuguese name for the malmsey grape and suppliers are increasingly using the...
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                Moldova

                On the far eastern edge of Europe, sandwiched between Romania to the west and Ukraine to the east, Moldova is a significant wine producer with a history going back to at least 3,000 years BC. It has the highest density of grape cultivation in the world, with vineyards accounting for 7% of all...
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                  Slovenia

                  Nobody can doubt that Eastern Europe and beyond, once a cradle of wine production, has huge potential. That potential is being realised best by smallish individual estates which are the dynamic drivers of quality....
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                    Switzerland

                    An extraordinarily small amount of Swiss wine is exported - just 1.5%! As such, Switzerland's rich winemaking history and its delicious spoils remain something of an unknown territory to many. We hope you enjoy exploring these fine Alpine wines....
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