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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 Canada, Lebanon, Turkey and Uruguay.

Canada

We are delighted to list the exceptional, Burgundy-inspired wines of Canada’s Norman Hardie. A former sommelier, Hardie opened his small winery in Prince Edward County in 2004 and has 10 hectares of vineyard planted to pinot noir and chardonnay. These are among Canada’s very finest wines and well...
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    Georgia

    Wine has been made in Georgia for over 7,000 years, and remains an important part of the country’s culture. Today, a number of excellent growers are marrying tradition (such as fermenting in underground clay jars, or qvevri) with modern innovations to produce some very exciting wines. We hope...
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      Israel

      For such a small country Israel enjoys a rich range of climatic conditions, from semi-desert to coastal Mediterranean. Sea breezes prevent coastal vineyards from scorching while inland vineyards tend to be at higher (and thus cooler) altitude. New investment in vineyards and cellars and technical...
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        Lebanon

        Chateau Musar has been followed by members enthusiastically for years. But Lebanon’s wine scene has seen the arrival of new producers like Massaya and improvements among historic growers, such as Ksara. All these wines are highly individual and well worth trying....
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          Morocco

          The best vineyards in North Africa can be found in Morocco; also to be found now are producers like Alain Graillot, whose knowledge and experience from winemaking in the Rhône are paying dividends here....
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            Uruguay

            Uruguay’s moderate, Atlantic-influenced climate with 1,100mm of rainfall per annum (Mendoza has 200mm and Santiago 500mm) is so different to that of Chile and Argentina. The wines reflect this: alcohols are lower, tannins are firmer and acidity is higher. There is an appealing freshness to these...
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