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Italy's individuality and long history, and stubborn campanilismo (hometown pride) has developed a remarkably diverse array of wines across practically all styles and prices.
A thrilling mixture of tradition and innovation: Spain is producing quite brilliant wines across a remarkable breadth of styles.
Though famous for its grand châteaux and high prices, Bordeaux produces a remarkable array of wines, with delicious options for all palates and pockets.
New Zealand might be a relative newcomer to the wine world, but its rise to pre-eminence is extraordinary.
Chile is 3,000 miles long, spanning most of the world climates, allowing most of the world's grape varieties to be grown in an ideal climate.
Exciting, dynamic and more diverse than many give it credit for, Australia is continually proving that its wines have quality in abundance.
Burgundy is home to some of the world's finest wines. Its reds are made from pinot noir, whilst its white wines show the chardonnay grape at its very best.
The UK is the Languedoc's first export market and it's easy to see why: a wealth of good-value, characterful reds is available to suit all occasions and budgets.
Home to the celebrated regions of Sancerre and Vouvray, but encompassing all manner of styles, the Loire is one of France's most spectacular and diverse regions.
There is little that can match the fragrant fruity flavours of Beaujolais, and most of the wines are delicious upon release.
'Dynamic' is the only way to describe the Cape's current wine scene: an ever-changing picture driven by producers striving for constant improvement.
Substance, generosity and sun-ripened fruit are the essence of the Rhône's wines.