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The wine world continues to evolve and new and exciting wines can now be found in so many different regions across the globe. Use the links below to find delicious wines from the likes of Lebanon, Turkey, Uruguay and more.

Georgia

Wine may have been produced in Georgia for over 7000 years, but that doesn't mean the wine scene has gone stale. Winemaking remains at the heart of its culture today, with pioneering growers marrying tradition (such as fermenting in underground clay jars, or qvevri) with modern innovations to...
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    Lebanon

    If sumptuously spicy reds are your poison, Lebanon is a wine region that needs to be on your radar. Sitting on the western side of Syria and flanked by the Mediterranean sea, the country’s warm climate results in inkily dark reds with intense fruit flavours and an intriguing hit of exotic spice...
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      Morocco

      As far as quality is concerned, the best vineyards in North Africa are to be found in Morocco; surprisingly winemaking here actually predates the Romans. Unsurprisingly, given the climate, Rhône varietals thrive here, especially in the hands of producers like Alain Graillot, whose knowledge and...
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        Serbia

        One of the last of the Eastern European countries to shake off the dusty vestiges of the Communist era, Serbia has reinvented itself as a modern wine producer. Sometimes it pays to be late to the party, though, and Serbia with its ancient winemaking traditions is making the most of these and its...
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          Turkey

          We are delighted that Turkish wine is beginning to gain deserved recognition and you are embracing its truly original wines with enthusiasm. A varied climate means that there are a wide variety of styles on offer; at the time of writing we buy from Vinkara, who are making superb red and white an...
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            Uruguay

            Uruguay has weather! It gets quite a bit of rain compared to its South American neighbours, so no surprise then that the tannat grape, originally brought by the Basques from south-west France, thrives in the moderate Atlantic-influenced climate. Expect freshness and character and increasing...
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