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Where to find the biggest wine selection in the world

The only thing you need to know about Bern’s Steak House is that the wine list is bigger than Tampa’s phone book. And maybe that they serve some of the best steaks in the country. But mostly it’s the wine. Located in Tampa, Fla., Bern’s has consistently been rated one of America’s top restaurants, but more importantly, it boasts the world’s largest wine list, with more than 500,000 bottles in its cellar. The list weighs 5 pounds. The mark-ups are also remarkably low, with wines sometimes being listed at or below retail prices.

If you don’t already want to book a reservation this minute, we’ve got one more item to entice you: a separate floor dedicated entirely to dessert and dessert wines. When you arrive at Bern’s, you will be asked if you would like to order dessert after dinner (uh, duh), and if you do, you will be given a reservation in their upstairs dessert room, where you can choose from dozens of house-made sweets and a confounding array of dessert wines. Does anyone need a dinner date?

You can shop Bern’s incredible wine list here.

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The World’s Top 10 Wine Destinations for 2018

It’s 2018, which means there’s a 12-month-long blank slate in front of you. Why not make this your year of wine travel? Nothing beats the experience of visiting a wine region in person. Winding through vineyards, meeting winemakers face-to-face, and sipping a wine on the grounds where it was grown provides a deeper understanding of that area and its grapes. The world of wine is vast, but some regions are particularly worth exploring now, thanks to their emerging producers, under-the-radar cuisine, and unique cultural attributes.

That’s why we compiled the top 10 destinations that wine lovers should put on their dockets for 2018. Options for adventurers, urbanites, and beachgoers stretch from South Africa to Spain to the South Pacific. If you get to all of them this year, well, consider us wildly jealous. (Also, can we come?)

And if you can’t get to all in 2018, good news: There’s always next year.

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Corsica, France

The most exciting island for of-the-moment, hard-to-find wines

Island wine regions are hot right now. Corsica is the latest to garner attention for its dramatic landscape and increasingly high-caliber wines. Coastal vineyards dotted with seaside towns wrap around the perimeter of the island, framed by the sea on one side and mountains rising from Corsica’s center on the other. Here, oenophiles can access wines that are just beginning to trickle into export markets and onto top wine lists like those of Eleven Madison Park in New York and Canlis in Seattle. While winemaking has a long history in Corsica, most wines are consumed locally. Therefore, many winemakers welcome visitors and sell wines at their wineries, giving visitors truly local, once-in-a-lifetime experiences.

For those looking to complement their tastings with other activities, Corsica is a history buff’s dream destination. Ancient eras unfold at archaeological sites across the island, from the 1500 B.C.E. ruins at Filitosa to the 1769 birthplace of Napoleon in Ajaccio. Beaches are aplenty, of course, and the famed GR20 hiking trail is one of Europe’s most difficult. Visitors can reach the island directly by plane, or from southern France by ferry.

Valle d’Aosta, Italy

A hybrid cultural area with breathtaking peaks for those who love the great outdoors

The Valle d’Aosta is a bit of a secret among Italy’s wine regions, often overlooked in favor of the much larger Piedmont region to its south. Flanked by France and Switzerland, mountainous Valle d’Aosta has its own hybrid culture influenced by all surrounding areas. Italian and French are both official languages, and much of the population speaks the local dialect, Valdôtain.

A hub for outdoor adventurers, the Valle d’Aosta is home to some of Italy’s highest peaks, including Mont Blanc. Hiking is as popular in the summer as skiing is in the winter, with the newly erected Skyway Monte Bianco cable car providing gorgeous views of the mountains year-round. From the city of Aosta in the center of the valley, visitors can travel west toward Mont Blanc or east toward Monte Rosa on the Valle d’Aosta wine trail, tasting wines from local varieties like Fumin or Prié Blanc, as well as Italian or Swiss varieties like Petite Arvine or Nebbiolo, and international grapes.

North Coast, California, USA

In the aftermath of 2017’s wildfires, California’s top wine regions are open for business

News coverage of the wildfire outbreaks in Napa, Sonoma, and Mendocino last year had many jumping to worst-case future scenarios, canceling trips to the region or steering clear of its bottles. That’s a mistake. A drive through California’s North Coast reveals that most wineries or vineyards were left untouched, and yet, the area has seen a serious decline in tourism since the wildfires.

Tourism is a key industry in California’s North Coast, which is why it’s now more important than ever to plan a trip. While wildfires spared most wine properties, they hit residential areas hard, leaving many of those employed in the wine and tourism industries without homes. Visitors to Napa, Sonoma, and Mendocino this year won’t just experience great hospitality and wine they’ll also be making a small difference in helping the people who make it get back on their feet.

Crete, Greece

Local winemakers and chefs return to ancient roots on this affordable island

Greece remains an affordable destination for world travelers, but instead of following the pack to the tourist-filled (though wonderful) Santorini, head to Crete instead. Greece’s largest island has the gorgeous beaches and iconic stone architecture of other islands, but its cities tend to be more cosmopolitan, filled with nightlife and restaurants. The port city of Heraklion, on the northern coast of Crete, anchors the main wine-growing area of the island, where locals place new emphasis on ancient grape varieties and cuisine.

Unlike Santorini, which focuses on Assyrtiko, Crete is still experimenting with its local grape varieties, and for good reason: Many of the grapes found in Crete are unknown to any other world region. Tongue-twisting names like Thrapsathiri, Kotsifali, and Mantilari may seem intimidating, but the wines are wild, varied, and worth exploring. This goes hand-in-hand-with Cretan cuisine, which is founded on foraged ingredients like herbs, seeds, olives, and even snails. Restaurants like Peskesi in Heraklion newly emphasize the Cretan diet, similar to the broader Mediterranean diet but with a wildness and aromatic intensity not found elsewhere in Greece.

Hemel-en-Aarde Valley, South Africa

Seaside adventures abound in the New World’s newest Burgundian region

South Africa is ripe with wine regions, some of which have become popular tourist destinations due to close proximity to Cape Town. Get off the beaten path and head toward the country’s southern coast. The gorgeous Hemel-en-Aarde Valley, aptly translated as “heaven and earth,” is a cool-climate region that produces Burgundian-style wines from Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. If you haven’t heard of it, there’s a good reason why: Until it was made into an official ward 10 years ago, it was just another part of Walker Bay. Now that the Hemel-en-Aarde Valley has garnered status as an individual wine region, new winemakers have landed in the area and followed in the steps of the region’s pioneers to produce complex, balanced wines.

Just an hour and a half southeast of Cape Town, you could visit the Hemel-en-Aarde Valley as a day trip, but an even better idea would be to stay in the coastal town of Hermanus, just down river. Tastings at the region’s excellent wineries, all of which are located quite close to one another, can be interspersed with relaxing sprawls on the beach and seaside adventures like kayaking and whale watching, for which the town is famous.

Alentejo, Portugal

Warm, rural Portugal focuses on nuances within its sub-zones

Skinny Portugal is known for its affordability, inviting cities, and gorgeous coastline, but it’s also blessed with wine regions that cover nearly the entire country. Easy-to-navigate bus and train transit allows even those who don’t speak a lick of Portuguese to confidently explore the country’s winemaking diversity. Americans primarily associate Portugal with fortified Port wine, but regions like the large Alentejo create intriguing dry wines from indigenous varieties.

Historically a value-oriented, homogenous region making rich reds and fruity whites, Alentejo producers are now exploring the nuances that the area’s eight sub-zones can create. The Alentejo Wine Route takes travelers through all of them, from the cooler Portalegre in the north to the warmer Moura in the south, while traversing hilltop villages and ancient ruins. The city of Évora is an excellent home base for travelers, and the region happens to have one other claim to fame: Alentejo is one of the world’s cork-farming hubs, with forests for visitors to explore and cork products beyond wine.

Casablanca Valley, Chile

A vibrant street art scene plus serene, cool-climate winemaking

Chile’s cool, hilly Casablanca Valley is the country’s top region for crisp, fruit-forward white wines, but before the 1980s, winemaking was almost nonexistent. What was once farmland now houses modern wineries with welcoming cellars and tasting rooms. Most wineries offer picnic sites for visitors to sip the Casablanca Valley’s signature Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay against the serene, green backdrop.

Travelers could stay in bustling Santiago, an hour east of Casablanca, but the far more exciting proposition is to bunk in coastal Valparaíso, the vibrant port city that Nobel Prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda once called home. Art takes center stage here, not only through modern galleries, music-filled bars, and the annual Valparaíso Arts Festival, but on the streets themselves. Graffiti leaps off the colorful buildings, a point of pride for most locals. Some companies offer formal tours of the scenes, but it’s all free to anyone with an adventurous spirit and solid walking shoes.

Galicia, Spain

Get to know the light reds and stellar whites of Spain’s most exciting wine region

Situated just north of Portugal, this corner of Spain is unlike any other in the country. Its coastal Rías Baixas region is generally considered a standard-bearer for its Albariño wines, but the entire area is poised with fresh energy right now. Green, wet, and cool, Galicia is home to five wine regions, most of which specialize in acid-driven whites. But dramatically sloped Ribeira Sacra recently garnered attention for its complex, mineral-driven reds.

Historically, Galicia was famous not for its wine, but for religious pilgrimage: The area is part of the Camino de Santiago, a 500-mile route across northern Spain. (More than 270,000 sojourners made the trek in 2016 alone.)

Tokaj, Hungary

Europe’s oldest classified wine region explores dry-wine frontiers

For centuries, Tokaj has produced some of the world’s most famous sweet wines, revered first by nobles before becoming Europe’s first classified wine region. Years of communist rule held back its wine industry from progressing until the 1990s. Now, winemakers in Tokaj are garnering attention not only for the nectar-like Tokaji, but also for dry wines from local grapes like Furmint and Hárslevelű.

Located two hours east of Budapest, most of Tokaj’s vineyards surround an ancient volcano, their cellars carved into volcanic rock. A car is definitely necessary to get around, as are appointments for tastings but the benefit is that visitors often get one-on-one tours with winemakers. New energy is surging into Tokaj, making 2018 the perfect time to experience it.

Beechworth, Australia

A Gold Rush-era town offers both historical charm and wine innovation

Australia’s Victoria wine region, which fans out from the city of Melbourne, is home to some of the country’s top cool-climate wine regions. Some, like Mornington Peninsula and the Yarra Valley, cozy right up next to the bustling city. Beechworth requires a three-hour drive northeast, but it’s well worth the effort to experience this under-the-radar, gastronomic getaway.

The hot Rutherglen region, famed for its sticky-sweet wines, borders Beechworth to the north. But because the Gold Rush-era town is located at the foot of the Victorian Alps, there is a cool climate influence to the wines. While the majority of Beechworth’s production is red, it has become a standout region for Chardonnay. Other specialties include Shiraz and local Italian varieties like Sangiovese.


Crush Wine & Spirits, NYC

New York is chockablock with wine stores, but for a broad selection that also has a guiding (and very discerning) sensibility behind it, I head to midtown and Crush. The stock skews European, with both benchmark and up-and-coming producers, and offers one of the best Riesling collections in town. Look for anything from young hotshot winemaker Florian Lauer from the Saar, such as his 2015 Peter Lauer Fass 6 Senior Riesling ($26). crushwineco.com.


1. Wine Spectator

New York City, New York, United States About Blog Wine Spectator examines the world of wine from the vineyard to the table and delivers expert reviews of more than 15,000 wines each year, along with tips on how to enjoy them from storing and serving to food pairing to wine-country travel. Frequency 4 posts / week Blog winespectator.com
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2. VinePair

New York City, New York, United States About Blog VinePair is a new way to understand and talk about wine, beer and cocktails. You drink to relax, celebrate and have a good time. Trying to understand and buy a drink should not be stressful. And now it isn't. Frequency 30 posts / week Blog vinepair.com/wine-blog
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3. JamesSuckling.com

Hong Kong About Blog Internationally acclaimed wine critic and journalist James Suckling posts daily wine ratings, wine reviews, HD wine videos, articles, wine tasting notes, and comments from around the world in vineyards, wineries, wine shops, restaurants, and the rest. Frequency 5 posts / week Blog jamessuckling.com
Facebook fans 71.8K ⋅ Twitter followers 54.6K ⋅ Social Engagement 6 ⓘ ⋅ Domain Authority 52 ⓘ ⋅ Alexa Rank 513.7K ⓘ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

4. WineBusiness.com | Homepage for the Wine Industry

Sonoma, California, United States About Blog With the largest circulation in North America, Wine Business Monthly is the trusted resource for wine industry news. Known for its comprehensive editorial, the magazine features the latest in winemaking, grape growing, sales and marketing, and business and technology. Winemaker trials, proprietary survey data, first looks at new products, Industry Roundtables and Varietal Focus are hallmarks of the monthly publication, available both in printed and digital versions. Frequency 28 posts / week Blog winebusiness.com
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5. Decanter | Wine News

London, England, United Kingdom About Blog Founded in 1975, Decanter is the oldest consumer wine publication in the UK and is now quite simply the world's leading wine media brand. Today, Decanter reaches over 750,000 wine lovers every month from over 100 countries around the globe. Decanter provides authoritative content, independent advice, and inspirational events and competitions. Frequency 7 posts / week Blog decanter.com
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6. Sean P. Sullivan - Washington Wine Report

Seattle, Washington, United States About Blog Washington Wine Report is an independent publication focused on bringing Washington wine to you and bringing you to Washington wine. My goal is to help you select Pacific Northwest wines at a variety of price levels to keep you up-to-date about the Northwest's wineries, vineyards, and individuals to help you plan trips to wine country, and to connect you to the larger wine community. Frequency 2 posts / week Blog wawinereport.com
Twitter followers 10.1K ⋅ Social Engagement 124 ⓘ ⋅ Domain Authority 37 ⓘ ⋅ Alexa Rank 6M ⓘ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

7. Wine Industry Advisor

Healdsburg, California, United States About Blog Wine Industry Network is the business resource for the North American Wine Industry sharing news and information, supplying products and service resources, and providing education & industry networking opportunities. Frequency 30 posts / week Blog wineindustryadvisor.com
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8. Wine & Spirits Daily

United States About Blog Our vision of the wine and spirits world, our style, and our whole philosophy are somewhat different from other trade publications. We focus on the United States commercial wine and spirits industry, while always keeping an eye on international events to gauge their effect here. We stress the links between politics, personalities, law, and business. Frequency 6 posts / week Blog winespiritsdaily.com
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9. Wine Folly

Seattle, Washington, United States About Blog Behind the scenes in wine and spirits through video episodes, articles and online 'drinking' courses. Frequency 1 post / week Blog winefolly.com/blog
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10. Wine 365

About Blog Wine365 has what you need to take your wine knowledge to the next level, learning about wine every day - wherever you are in your wine journey. Learn about wine a day at a time, through daily drops of wisdom, industry insider secrets, food pairing advice, wine region profiles, challenging quizzes, and much more. Frequency 1 post / day Blog wine365.com
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11. Oregonlive.com » Oregon Wine & Wineries

Portland, Oregon, United States About Blog We are the #1 news source in the Pacific Northwest. Follow this feed for the best coverage of Oregon Wine & Wineries news articles and stories. Frequency 1 post / day Blog oregonlive.com/wine
Twitter followers 362.2K ⋅ Social Engagement 846 ⋅ Domain Authority 86 ⋅ Alexa Rank 9.5K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

12. Vivino | Wine News

San Francisco, California, United States About Blog Vivino is the world's largest online wine marketplace and most downloaded wine app, powered by a community of millions. Vivino's unique wine shopping experience uses community data to suggest personalized wine recommendations, making wine discovery and purchase fun, accessible, and effortless for wine drinkers of every level. Get the latest news about wine at Vivino, the largest wine community in the world. Frequency 1 post / month Blog vivino.com/news
Twitter followers 49.8K ⋅ Social Engagement 1.8K ⋅ Domain Authority 75 ⋅ Alexa Rank 11K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

13. Vindulge | Wine Education

Portland, Oregon, United States About Blog Providing wine education services to Portland, Oregon, and the greater Pacific Northwest. Wine food travel lifestyle blog Frequency 3 posts / month Blog vindulge.com/category/wine-2
Facebook fans 92.3K ⋅ Twitter followers 5.6K ⋅ Instagram Followers 10.1K ⋅ Social Engagement 47 ⋅ Domain Authority 46 ⋅ Alexa Rank 79.4K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

14. Wine Insiders

Los Angeles, California, United States About Blog Cultivate your love of wine by exploring our Wine Insiders blog! We're always adding helpful food pairing guides new wine showcases ideas from sommeliers and chefs and profiles of top wine regions, varietals, and winemakers. There is so much to learn--it's like school if the homework were delicious. Frequency 1 post / week Blog wineinsiders.com/blog
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15. Grape Experiences | swirl.sip.savor

Chicago, Illinois, United States About Blog My wine blog, Grape Experiences, will let you know a little about me and more about wine. I hope you'll enjoy reading my interviews with winemakers, winery owners and others, wine reviews, articles about my travels, food and wine pairings, and more. All are meant to be an insightful and hopefully, an entertaining way to help guide you towards your next wine experience. Frequency 1 post / day Blog grape-experiences.com
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16. Onehope Wine

Newport Beach, California, United States About Blog We are a Napa Valley winery built on hope and rooted in purpose. From humble beginnings and a lofty vision, our founders started selling wine on a mission to change the world. Since then, they have helped thousands to do the same by creating a career opportunity that provides a sense of purpose through sharing wine and raising money for causes closest to them. Frequency 3 posts / week Blog onehopewine.com/blog
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17. Natalie MacLean: Canada's Largest Wine Review

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada About Blog Wine Reviews and Ratings: LCBO, SAQ, BCLDB, ANBL wines by Natalie MacLean help you find the right wine every time plus food pairings. Drink better wine tonight! Frequency 2 posts / week Blog nataliemaclean.com/blog
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18. Just Wines Blog

Australia About Blog Looking through the Just Wines website is like having your own adventure traveling through Australia's best wine regions. Frequency 1 post / week Since Apr 2013 Also in Australian Wine Blogs Blog justwines.com.au/blog
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19. Vinfolio Blog

San Francisco, California, United States About Blog Vinfolio is your trusted partner in fine wine. Created by passionate collectors with decades of experience, Vinfolio fully understands and embraces the needs of the wine aficionado. We combine proprietary technology with exceptional service to help serious collectors manage every aspect of their wine collection. Frequency 4 posts / month Blog blog.vinfolio.com
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20. IWA Wine Blog

Napa, California, United States About Blog Everything for the Wine Lover. International Wine Accessories (IWA) is dedicated to helping our customers create a rich and cultured wine lifestyle. With decades of experience, our seasoned team of IWA wine and cellar specialists provides our valued customers with unparalleled access to the widest array of quality wine accoutrements on the planet. Frequency 2 posts / week Blog blog.iwawine.com
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21. The Reverse Wine Snob

Savage, Minnesota, United States About Blog Jon Thorsen's mission is to liberate you to enjoy the wines you love on their own terms, whether it be 'wine snob' approved or not. Start here to free yourself from the incorrect notion that wine has to be expensive to be good. Frequency 3 posts / week Since Jan 2011 Blog reversewinesnob.com
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22. The Wine Cellar Insider

About Blog The Wine Cellar Insider publisher, wine writer covering Bordeaux, Rhone, Calif. Wine tasting notes, ratings, photography, cooking, travel, music, the good life. Frequency 16 posts / quarter Blog thewinecellarinsider.com
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23. Wine News | The Pocket Wine Web Site in Italy

Italy About Blog Wine News is a communications agency daily focusing on the wine & food world. It has been online since May 1st, 2000 (partners with Symbola, the Foundation for Italian Quality), currently counting 40.000 unique readers a day, and is on the top search engines. Since 2000, Wine News has established optimal relationships with media in the Italian wine & food world. Frequency 11 posts / week Blog winenews.it/en
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24. Vinography: A Wine Blog

San Francisco, California, United States About Blog Vinography began on January 15th, 2004 as a personal project for founder and editor Alder YarroThe site is now a respected source for non-mainstream wine writing, and one of the most influential wine blogs on the Internet. Featuring wine and sake reviews, restaurant reviews, editorials, book reviews, wine news, and wine event coverage, Vinography publishes new content daily to a global readership. Frequency 1 post / day Blog vinography.com/category/wine..
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25. Jamie Goode's Wine Blog

London, England, United Kingdom About Blog This is the blog of wine journalist Jamie Goode. The wine blog of Jamie Goode, featuring wine reviews, producer profiles, tastings, wine photography and reports from the road. Jamie Goode is a London-based winewriter who is currently wine columnist with UK national newspaper The Sunday Express. Frequency 1 post / month Since Feb 2010 Also in UK Wine Blogs Blog wineanorak.com/wineblog
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26. Costco Wine Blog | Reviews of wines found at Costco

Atlanta, Georgia, United States About Blog The #1 Source For Independent Reviews of Wines Found at Costco. We are rating wines on the commonly used and widely accepted 100 point scale. Wines of particular quality for the price will be listed in the Value Picks section. Frequency 1 post / day Blog costcowineblog.com
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27. Texas Wine Lover

Houston, Texas, United States About Blog The premier website for Texas wine news and information. There are some great wineries in Texas. The website has the most content on Texas wine than any current website and we are constantly adding more. The most accurate winery listings and map including Texas vineyard listings are there, plus a podcast, plus so much more. Frequency 2 posts / week Since Mar 2011 Also in Texas Blogs Blog txwinelover.com/blog
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28. Glass Of Bubbly

United Kingdom About Blog The Home of Champagne & Sparkling Wine Frequency 5 posts / week Blog glassofbubbly.com
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29. Gold Medal Wine Club

California, United States About Blog Our wine blog features our favorite regional & international wineries, new wine releases, & of course, the latest news at Gold Medal Wine Club. Frequency 1 post / week Blog goldmedalwineclub.com/blog
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30. O'Briens Wine

Dublin, Ireland About Blog We are an Irish family-owned business and the largest family-owned drinks retailer in Ireland. We import almost all our range of over 1,000 wines directly from over 180 wineries worldwide. Many of these are family businesses too our strong relationships help us bring one of the most authentic and exciting and well-priced ranges of wine in the Irish market to our customers. Our aim is to deliver the best possible customer experience and our knowledgeable, enthusiastic teams are delighted to share their knowledge and help customers to find their perfect wine. Frequency 1 post / week Blog obrienswine.ie/blogs/news
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31. Cellar Tours

Madrid, Madrid, Comunidad De, Spain About Blog Cellar Tours Blog featuring food, wine & travel reports from Chile, France, Ireland, Italy Portugal, South Africa, and Spain. Frequency 3 posts / month Blog cellartours.com/blog
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32. Travelling Corkscrew

Victoria, Australia About Blog I'm Casey and I LOVE wine, love to blog and love to share my experiences with whoever is keen to listen. Frequency 9 posts / month Since Jul 2010 Blog travellingcorkscrew.com.au
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33. Wine Bounty

About Blog Two guys passionate about wine with a simple idea. find the best wine deals across the Internet and make them available in one place. No need to constantly check multiple sites or subscribe to numerous emails or social media feeds. What started off as a pet project to simplify our personal search for wine deals has become Wine Bounty. Happy hunting! Frequency 2 posts / week Since Dec 2019 Blog winebounty.com/blog
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34. My VanCity

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada About Blog My VanCity is published by Valerie van der Gracht celebrating the Dining, Wine, and Travel scene in and around Vancouver, BC Wine Country, and the Okanagan. Frequency 9 posts / week Since Apr 2016 Blog myvancity.ca/category/wine
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35. Cult Wines | Wine Investment Blog

London, England, United Kingdom About Blog The latest wine investment news from around the World. Everything you need to know about wine investment. Whether buying, selling or advice. With more than 15 years of experience in fine wine and as one of the UK's largest fine wine investment companies, we are perfectly positioned to assist and advise our private clients to exploit the full potential of investment in this market. Follow this blog to get the latest wine investment news from around the World. Frequency 3 posts / week Since Mar 2013 Also in Investment Blogs, UK Investment Blogs, Wine Investment Blogs, UK Wine Investment Blogs Blog wineinvestment.com/wine-blog
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36. Wine Tasting, Vineyards, in France

About Blog This website is about the outstanding men and women behind our favorite wines : how talented artisan growers and winemakers rejuvenate the wine world through tradition Frequency 1 post / month Blog wineterroirs.com
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37. MyWinePal

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada About Blog Enjoy Wine, Food, and Travel with Karl MyWinePal. Frequency 1 post / day Blog mywinepal.com
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38. Temecula Valley Winegrowers Association Blog

Temecula, California, United States About Blog News from Southern California Wine Country. The Temecula Valley Winegrowers Association is a nonprofit regional organization (501 (C) (6) dedicated to promoting the making and growing of quality wine and winegrapes in the Temecula Valley and South Coast Appellations. Our members produce some of the finest wines and winegrapes in the world. Frequency 3 posts / month Blog temeculawines.org/blog
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39. Please The Palate

About Blog Please the Palate specializes in marketing and event planning for the wine and spirits industry. From product launches to regional promotions to consumer education, Please the Palate creates and tailors packages to fit your needs. Frequency 1 post / day Blog pleasethepalate.com/blog
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40. Rockin Red Blog

Dallas, Texas, United States About Blog Rockin Red Blog is one of thewinner of top 100 Most Influential Blogger Award 2015. Find everything related to wine on the blog by Michelle Williams. Frequency 1 post / month Blog rockinredblog.com
Facebook fans 1.1K ⋅ Twitter followers 32.3K ⋅ Instagram Followers 4.8K ⋅ Social Engagement 1 ⋅ Domain Authority 39 ⋅ Alexa Rank 1.3M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

41. 1 Wine Dude

About Blog A Serious Wine Blog For the Not-So-Serious Drinker Frequency 2 posts / week Blog 1winedude.com
Twitter followers 34.1K ⋅ Instagram Followers 1.2K ⋅ Social Engagement 20 ⋅ Domain Authority 47 ⋅ Alexa Rank 1.2M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

42. Wines In Niagara

Niagara, Wisconsin, United States About Blog Wines In Niagara is a website that focuses primarily on the wonderful wines and food made in the Niagara Peninsula. The mission is to be as complete, current, interactive and informative as we possibly can be. Frequency 2 posts / week Blog winesinniagara.com
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43. Wine Casual

Norwalk, Connecticut, United States About Blog Wine Casual is a resource for focusing your wine learning in a systematic and casual way. I take a decidedly casual yet systematic approach to learning about and reviewing wines. Frequency 1 post / day Blog winecasual.com
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44. Tim Atkin | Master of Wine

Spain About Blog I'm an award-winning wine writer and Master of Wine with 35 years' experience. I write for a number of publications, including Harpers, Decanter, The World of Fine Wine, Gourmet Traveller Wine, and The Drinks Business, and am one of the Three Wine Men. I am a co-chairman of the International Wine Challenge, the world's most rigorously judged blind tasting competition, and have won over 30 awards for my journalism and photography. Frequency 1 post / week Blog timatkin.com/articles
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45. Tablas Creek Vineyard Blog

Paso Robles, California, United States About Blog The Tablas Creek blog provides thoughts, reports, photographs and the occasional video from Tablas Creek Vineyard, in Paso Robles, California. Tablas Creek is a vineyard and winery in north-west Paso Robles, and one of the pioneers of Rhone varietals in California. Frequency 1 post / week Blog tablascreek.typepad.com
Facebook fans 9.7K ⋅ Twitter followers 9.9K ⋅ Instagram Followers 17K ⋅ Social Engagement 18 ⋅ Domain Authority 42 ⋅ Alexa Rank 1.9M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

46. Fermentation - The Daily Wine Blog

Napa, California, United States About Blog A wine insider's view of that place where culture, politics, wine and I mingle. Frequency 2 posts / week Blog fermentationwineblog.com
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47. Unraveling Wine

Greece About Blog I'm Anna Maria. I'm a Certified Sommelier and owner of Chania Wine Tours. I love talking about wine and teaching others how to taste and enjoy wine. My wine blog dedicated to helping you along on your wine journey. Helpful and useful information about wine, wine travel, food pairing, and plenty of fun! Frequency 1 post / week Blog unravelingwine.com
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48. Red Wine with Breakfast

Dallas, TX Hawaii, HI About Blog My sweetheart Gary and I have some key traits that we love about each other: We both love thoughtful films, worthwhile theater, a dynamic symphony, relaxing beaches, exhilarating travel, stellar wine, delicious food, and bringing new and old friends together over a meal in our home. Frequency 3 posts / week Blog redwinewithbreakfast.com
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49. Owen Bargreen

Seattle, Washington, United States About Blog Dr. Owen Bargreen is the founder/executive editor of OwenBargreen.com, formerly Washington Wine Blog. He is a clinical psychologist and has his private practice in the Seattle area. He has been writing about wine for more than ten years and has reviewed thousands of wines from around the world. Owen has also traveled extensively in Washington, Oregon, and California, as well as throughout wine regions of the world, including the Bordeaux and the Rhone valley in France, Spain, Germany, and Italy. Frequency 6 posts / week Blog owenbargreen.com/blog
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50. The Academic Wino

Colchester, Vermont, United States About Blog The Academic Wino is a blog dedicated to dissecting current research in enology, viticulture, and more, while adding in a little fun into the mix! Frequency 1 post / month Blog academicwino.com
Facebook fans 2.3K ⋅ Twitter followers 20K ⋅ Social Engagement 15 ⋅ Domain Authority 45 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2.2M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

51. Wine, Wit, and Wisdom The Official Blog of the Society of Wine Educators

Washington, District Of Columbia, United States About Blog The Society of Wine Educators societyofwineeducators.org was founded in 1974. We are a non-profit educational organization whose goal is to foster and promote the professional education and development of the individual in particular, and the professional education and development of the wine and spirits industry as a whole. Frequency 2 posts / week Blog winewitandwisdomswe.com
Facebook fans 20.9K ⋅ Twitter followers 7.2K ⋅ Social Engagement 23 ⋅ Domain Authority 31 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2.2M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

52. Sommelier India - India's Premier Wine Magazine

New Delhi, Delhi, India About Blog The exclusive publication for Indians around the world who enjoy wine and the wine lifestyle Frequency 4 posts / week Blog sommelierindia.com
Facebook fans 7K ⋅ Twitter followers 2.1K ⋅ Instagram Followers 1.3K ⋅ Domain Authority 35 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2.2M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

53. Wine Tourism in Portugal Blog

Portugal About Blog Discover the best wine travel tips and advice in Portugal. Articles about wine tasting tours in Portugal and the best wine hotels and restaurants. Frequency 1 post / week Also in Wine Tourism Blogs Blog blog.winetourismportugal.com
Facebook fans 11.5K ⋅ Twitter followers 3.7K ⋅ Instagram Followers 2.9K ⋅ Social Engagement 3 ⋅ Domain Authority 44 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2.3M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

54. The Wine Curmudgeon

About Blog The Wine Curmudgeon is a blog that focuses on the wine most of us drink cheap wine. And it's written by someone who has made cheap wine his life's work and isn't embarrassed about the choice. Follow to keep up with articles about wine, what it tastes like, as well as tips and advice about buying and drinking wine. Frequency 5 posts / week Since Nov 2007 Blog winecurmudgeon.com
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55. The Wine Chef

New York, United States About Blog The Wine Chef is the top online site for everything food and wine. You'll find easy-to-follow recipes, restaurant suggestions, and travel tips, all with a wine and spirits focus. Frequency 5 posts / month Also in Chef Blogs Blog thewinechef.com/blog
Facebook fans 329 ⋅ Twitter followers 715 ⋅ Social Engagement 37 ⋅ Domain Authority 25 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2.8M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

56. Appetite for Wine | The Story Behind the Wine

Roseville, California, United States About Blog Reviews, musings, ponderings, and thoughts about wine. Frequency 1 post / week Blog appetiteforwine.blog
Twitter followers 375 ⋅ Instagram Followers 1.3K ⋅ Social Engagement 1 ⋅ Domain Authority 15 ⋅ Alexa Rank 1.8M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

57. Steve Heimoff Wine Blog

Oakland, California, United States About Blog A blog about the world of wine Frequency 5 posts / week Blog steveheimoff.com
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58. Liz Palmer

About Blog Liz Palmer is a well-respected award-winning author and wine journalist since 2004 and has an international reputation as a critic and judge. Liz has had the pleasure of interviewing and tasting with some of the industry's leading winemakers, professors and personalities. Frequency 4 posts / week Blog liz-palmer.com
Twitter followers 11.6K ⋅ Instagram Followers 12.6K ⋅ Domain Authority 27 ⋅ Alexa Rank 3.3M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

59. Intravino

About Blog Intravino wine is a collective blog, original and independent daily publishes information, samples and news about the world of wine. Language : Italian Frequency 9 posts / week Blog intravino.com
Facebook fans 19.4K ⋅ Twitter followers 12.5K ⋅ Social Engagement 128 ⋅ Domain Authority 47 ⋅ Alexa Rank 4.1M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

60. Vertdevin

Bordeaux, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France About Blog Vertdevin is an tri-annual English-speaking magazine. Inside there are various sections : interviews, Wine & Food pairings created by a famous french chef, a Buying guide and 600 Wine & Spirits reviews. Frequency 4 posts / quarter Blog vertdevin.com/en/homepage
Facebook fans 5K ⋅ Twitter followers 2.5K ⋅ Instagram Followers 2.7K ⋅ Domain Authority 24 ⋅ Alexa Rank 4.4M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

61. Australian Wine Review

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia About Blog Wine and beer ramblings since 2008. No punches pulled. Blog by Andrew Graham. Frequency 3 posts / week Since Apr 2008 Blog ozwinereview.com
Facebook fans 1.4K ⋅ Twitter followers 6.2K ⋅ Instagram Followers 1.5K ⋅ Domain Authority 28 ⋅ Alexa Rank 4.8M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

62. Thoughts of La Wina

About Blog Welcome! Bienvenidos! Let's decode the basics of wine together. A wine world, a place where consumers come to learn about fine wine appreciation. This is a wine blog for beginners, together we decode wines, one bottle at a time Frequency 1 post / week Since Nov 2018 Blog thoughtsoflawina.com
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63. Savage Times | Savage Vines

United Kingdom About Blog Vines, Wines an Good Times! Savage Vines takes the stress out of wine selection. Join the Savage movement. Frequency 1 post / quarter Blog savagevines.co.uk/savage-times
Facebook fans 2K ⋅ Twitter followers 2K ⋅ Instagram Followers 9.7K ⋅ Domain Authority 22 ⋅ Alexa Rank 5.9M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

64. The wine daily

About Blog Your resource to stay on top of the wine scene, including news, trends, and culture. Frequency 1 post / month Blog thewinedaily.com
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65. Tim Gaiser, Master Sommelier

About Blog Tim Gaiser is an internationally renowned wine expert and lecturer. He is one of 269 individuals worldwide to ever attain the elite Master Sommelier wine title and is the former Director of Education and Education chair for the Court of Master Sommeliers, Americas. He is also a former adjunct professor for the Rudd Center for Professional Wine Studies at the Culinary Institute of America at Greystone in Napa Valley, and a current lecturer at the Napa Valley Wine Academy. Frequency 2 posts / quarter Blog timgaiser.com/blog
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66. FoodWineClick

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States About Blog FoodWineClick features experiments in wine and food pairing shown with high quality photography. Frequency 1 post / week Blog foodwineclick.com
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67. The Wining Hour

Long Island City, New York, United States About Blog I'm Li, and if you enjoy reading about all things wine, Italy, and/or global travel (occasionally in Italian), you are in the right place! The Wining Hour boutique is dedicated to wine lovers across the globe and markets all wine-related items. For wine, wine barrel furniture, wine decor, storage, preservation, and cooling options, stemware, barware, wine accessories, gifts, and more. Frequency 1 post / week Blog discover.thewininghour.com
Twitter followers 27K ⋅ Social Engagement 22 ⋅ Domain Authority 18 ⋅ Alexa Rank 8.1M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

68. Miquel Hudin

Catalunya, Spain About Blog A native Californian, I've been writing about wine and traveling to wine regions around the world for over 15 years. I'm now based in Catalunya, Spain and for the past seven years. Follow to get updates. Frequency 3 posts / week Blog hudin.com
Twitter followers 3.1K ⋅ Domain Authority 48 ⋅ Alexa Rank 7.5M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

69. WINE

About Blog WINE is a creative and inspired ministry to invigorate women's groups and parishes through encouraging, supporting, and nurturing women in the Catholic faith and by equipping and mobilizing women as intentional disciples of Christ. Frequency 1 post / day Since Jan 2015 Blog catholicvineyard.com/index.p..
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70. A Time for Wine

About Blog The purpose of this blog is to share our love of wine - but rather than taste and review obscure, impossible to find wines, we are chiefly focused on affordable, easily obtained, every day wines. These are to be found on supermarket and High St store shelves. We have travelled widely tasting wine across France, Italy, Spain, Argentina and California. Frequency 7 posts / quarter Blog atimeforwine.blog
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71. Terroirist: A Daily Wine Blog

United States About Blog Some wine blogs offer value recommendations. Others catalog tasting notes. Many cover the wine industry. Just about all sit dormant for weeks at a time. David White launched Terroirist on November 9, 2010 to change all that by covering everything, daily. Frequency 5 posts / week Blog terroirist.com
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72. In The Wine Cellar With Dave DeSimone

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States About Blog I am a French Wine Scholar with Bourgogne Masters Level Certification from the Wine Scholar Guild in Washington, D.C., and I am a member of the Circle of Wine Writers in the United Kingdom. I trained as a wine judge through the American Wine Society. Several times I participated in The Symposium for Professional Wine Writers at Meadowood in Napa Valley, California. Frequency 1 post / month Blog daveswinecellar.com
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73. California Wine Country Getaways Blog

Burlingame, California, United States About Blog This unique wine country website recommends which wineries are worth visiting and why. The site gives individual winery recommendations and maps out tours for visiting the best wineries in each California wine region. Frequency 1 post / quarter Blog winecountrygetaways.com
Facebook fans 1.6K ⋅ Twitter followers 5.3K ⋅ Social Engagement 15 ⋅ Domain Authority 45 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

74. Bigger Than Your Head

Memphis, Tennessee, United States About Blog Fredric Koeppel was born, of course, and went to school in several places, as most people do, and after teaching English in various universities and colleges for 17 years became a journalist and wrote a weekly national print column about wine for 20 years before leaping onto the Internet. KoeppelonWine was launched in December 2004 and the blog BiggerThanYourHead two years later and still going strong. Frequency 2 posts / week Since Dec 2006 Blog biggerthanyourhead.net
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75. The Feiring Line | The Natural Wine Newsletter

About Blog The Feiring Line is the newsletter that focuses solely on natural, organic and biodynamic wines from the ground up. Perfect for geek as well as the new enthusiast. Frequency 5 posts / year Blog thefeiringline.com
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76. Wine & Spirit Education Trust Blog

London, England, United Kingdom About Blog The Wine & Spirit Education Trust provides globally recognised education and qualifications in wines, spirits and sake, for professionals and enthusiasts. Frequency 1 post / week Since Apr 2015 Blog wsetglobal.com/knowledge-cen..
Facebook fans 59.4K ⋅ Twitter followers 17.8K ⋅ Instagram Followers 55.6K ⋅ Social Engagement 54 ⋅ Domain Authority 61 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

77. Ever Wonder Wine

California, United States About Blog The wine world can be a bit intimidating. Ever Wonder Wine is written to share basic information regarding wine. From the growing of grapes to the tasting of wine, this site is intended to provide simple information for those seeking to learn about wine and for those continuing to develop their passion for wine. Frequency 1 post / day Blog everwonderwine.com/blog
Twitter followers 3.3K ⋅ Instagram Followers 1.1K ⋅ Domain Authority 19 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

78. Joie De Vin - The Joy of Wine

Highlands Ranch, Colorado, United States About Blog Welcome to the Joie de Vin wine blog. Here we take you on a journey of wine discovery, wine tasting, visits to wine areas and wineries, trade tastings, pairing the perfect wine and food, dining, and party wine reviews. Frequency 1 post / month Blog joiedevin.com/wine-blog
Twitter followers 389 ⋅ Domain Authority 2 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

79. DiVino

New York City, New York, United States About Blog DiVino is a creative agency focusing primarily on the promotion and communication of wine. Frequency 3 posts / month Blog divinonyc.com/blog
Facebook fans 722 ⋅ Twitter followers 543 ⋅ Instagram Followers 3.1K ⋅ Domain Authority 17 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

80. The Wine Diplomats

Santiago, Chile About Blog The purpose of the blog is to share our experiences discovering Chilean wine as wine-loving expats living in Chile so that you may also enjoy Chilean wines in your country or perhaps someday visit Chile. At the same time, we don't only drink Chilean wines, so we may review wines from other places or compare them to Chilean wines. This could include travel to different wine countries and general wine tips. We also have hundreds of Chilean wine tasting notes. Frequency 1 post / week Since May 2020 Blog winediplomats.com/blog
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81. JvB UnCorked

New York, United States About Blog JvB UnCorked is an honest, hopefully fun, and from-the-heart perspective on wine that serves the entire wine community- everyone from the novices, every day wine drinkers, oenophiles and somms to the growers, makers, distributors and shops. Jim van Bergen is the author of the blog. Frequency 1 post / quarter Blog jvbuncorked.com
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82. Brianne Cohen

Los Angeles, California, United States About Blog Brianne Cohen is a Los Angeles based event and wedding producer. Now a certified sommelier, Brianne offers wine education to help people up their wine game and DRINK BETTER! Frequency 2 posts / quarter Blog briannecohen.com/blog
Twitter followers 3.4K ⋅ Domain Authority 22 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

83. Dallas Wine Chick

Dallas, Texas, United States About Blog My name is Melanie Ofenloch and I have a philosophy no wine snobs allowed. While my profession is marketing communications, my passion is drinking wine. I don't consider myself a wine expert just an everyday person with a love for the grape, a few annual Pilgrimages to wine regions and at the end of each year, an ugly Visa summary to prove it. Frequency 4 posts / month Blog dallaswinechick.com
Twitter followers 15.4K ⋅ Instagram Followers 3.5K ⋅ Social Engagement 30 ⋅ Domain Authority 31 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

84. Wino sapien

Wilmington, North Carolina, United States About Blog The author of this blog is a long past 40, married and have two beautiful children. His main calling in life is medicine, but for the last decade his main obsession has been wine. Frequency 1 post / month Blog wino-sapien.blogspot.com
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85. Wine Dine Slovenia

Republic Of Slovenia About Blog Welcome to Slovenia's FOOD & DRINK blog, with information about tasty Slovene cuisine & drinks, especially wines + top food & wine events. Slovenia's gastronomic scene is extremely diverse, and the country is host to a broad range of delicious wines. Frequency 1 post / week Since Mar 2019 Blog winedineslovenia.com
Facebook fans 695 ⋅ Twitter followers 133 ⋅ Instagram Followers 584 ⋅ Domain Authority 12 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

86. Port to Port wine

About Blog Port to Port wine is a new way to understand and talk about wine. In this blog, you will find the latest wine articles, reviews, updates, and more. Frequency 1 post / month Since Aug 2014 Blog porttoportwine.blogspot.com
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87. Grape Wall of China

China About Blog A China Wine Blog: The Scene in the World's Largest Market. Grape Wall covers the China wine scene, from consumer events and imported and local wines to winery visits and talks with trade people. Frequency 9 posts / quarter Blog grapewallofchina.com
Facebook fans 546 ⋅ Twitter followers 2.1K ⋅ Social Engagement 1 ⋅ Domain Authority 49 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

88. Wine Woman & Song

London, England, United Kingdom About Blog Welcome to the Wine Woman Song blog by Juel Mahoney about London, fine wine and the wine trade. Frequency 2 posts / month Blog winewomansong.co.uk
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89. Thomas Girgensohn's Australian Wine Reviews - and Beyond

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia About Blog I am a very interested amateur wine taster and drinker. I have collected wine since 1983 and hold a 1500 bottle wine collection of mainly red Australian wine, but also some wine from France, Italy and other countries. A blog of new and mature wine reviews for the discerning wine consumer. Frequency 1 post / week Since Jun 2008 Blog australianwinereviews.blogsp..
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90. Social Sips

Calgary, Alberta, Canada About Blog Nicole is a Wine Writer, Consultant and Marketing Specialists who holds her Level 3 Certification from the Wine & Spirit Educational Trust. Through this blog, she shares wine reviews, winery visits as well as food pairings and restaurant experiences. Frequency 2 posts / month Since Jul 2015 Blog socialsips.ca
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91. Jacky Blisson

Montreal, Quebec, Canada About Blog Mildly entertaining wine geek. Master of Wine candidate. Frequency 3 posts / month Blog jackyblisson.com
Twitter followers 799 ⋅ Instagram Followers 1.2K ⋅ Social Engagement 23 ⋅ Domain Authority 17 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

92. saufwein

About Blog I'm writing about the wines I drink. There are stories of Drinking, Eating and other related stuff on the blog. Frequency 4 posts / month Since Mar 2019 Blog saufwein.com
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93. The Drunken Cyclist

Houston, Texas, United States About Blog The blog is a creative outlet where the author writes about a few of his passions. The author loves wine as well as cycling therefore he named his blog 'The Drunken Cyclist' as he thought he would write about wine and cycling but, not too far along, his focus became almost exclusively on wine. Frequency 4 posts / week Blog thedrunkencyclist.com
Facebook fans 1.4K ⋅ Twitter followers 69.9K ⋅ Domain Authority 37 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

94. LCBO Vintages Wine Picks & Reviews

Toronto, Ontario, Canada About Blog The blog provides bi-weekly wine picks from LCBO Vintages release, plus wine reviews and tips. Learn about wine and shop for wine accessories. Frequency 4 posts / week Blog vintagewinepicks.blogspot.com
Twitter followers 4K ⋅ Instagram Followers 1K ⋅ Domain Authority 24 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

95. QWine - Australian Wine Reviews

Australia About Blog QWine Independent wine reviews. Meandering my way through the world of wine. Frequency 6 posts / day Since Jun 2011 Blog qwinereviews.com
Twitter followers 3.7K ⋅ Instagram Followers 3.6K ⋅ Domain Authority 22 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

96. Talk-A-Vino

About Blog This is a blog about wine, food, and life. I plan to talk here about wine. As a glass of wine is part of my daily routine, I usually rate the wines I drink. I plan to talk about places where wine is made when I'm lucky enough to visit them. I also plan to talk about good places to buy the wine as long as your definition of good at least partially depends on value, or QPR, we will do just fine. Frequency 1 post / day Blog talk-a-vino.com
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97. Wine Oh TV

San Francisco, California, United States About Blog Want more from your wine videos? Wine Oh TV is the best place to learn about wine and have fun at the same time. Wine Oh TV voted the best wine show on television and online. Wine Oh TV with Monique Soltani is a fun, fresh and informative syndicated wine, travel and lifestyle show. Frequency 2 posts / quarter Blog wineoh.tv
Facebook fans 10.1K ⋅ Twitter followers 7.5K ⋅ Instagram Followers 2.2K ⋅ Social Engagement 40 ⋅ Domain Authority 36 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

98. Palm & Vine

About Blog Palm & Vine is dedicated to inspiring your next food and wine adventure with original recipes, pairings for your favorite varietals, wine reviews, winery guides and travel stories for when you craving a getaway. Frequency 3 posts / month Blog palmandvine.com
Facebook fans 130 ⋅ Instagram Followers 3K ⋅ Social Engagement 4 ⋅ Domain Authority 11 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

99. Wine Investment

London, England, United Kingdom About Blog Sam has industry-leading expertise in online PR, social strategy, e-commerce and news websites. Find articles on wine investment. Frequency 1 post / quarter Since Mar 2020 Blog vinopolis.co.uk
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100. Vino Travels

Boston, Massachusetts, United States About Blog Sharing my love for my Italian heritage, travels throughout Italy, Italian food pairings with my passion for Italian wines! Frequency 1 post / week Blog vinotravelsitaly.com
Facebook fans 776 ⋅ Twitter followers 6.1K ⋅ Instagram Followers 592 ⋅ Social Engagement 21 ⋅ Domain Authority 34 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

101. vinonotebook

Hobart, Tasmania, Australia About Blog A place for thoughts and words on wine and the world. A winedrinker located in Hobart and trying to juggle my everyday job and search out great wines. Frequency 3 posts / week Blog vinonotebook.com
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102. Ruma Singh | Between the wines

Bangalore, Karnataka, India About Blog With this blog, I am putting down my thoughts, my experiences, my interactions with people from the world of wine and food, and my exposure to the subject. Here will be articles, features, interviews, travel to wine regions, memorable wine and food experience. Along with comments and opinions. And plenty of India perspective as well. Frequency 1 post / quarter Blog rumasingh.com
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103. MARISA FINETTI | Food & Wine Writer

Las Vegas, Nevada, United States About Blog Marisa Finetti writes in a refreshingly synesthetic manner in which wines become nuanced characters with a life, a history, and a drama all their own. Frequency 2 posts / quarter Also in Alcohol Blogs Blog marisafinetti.com
Twitter followers 1.1K ⋅ Instagram Followers 1.3K ⋅ Domain Authority 15 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

104. Creative Fabien

France About Blog Fabien Laine Creative & Digital Content Creator & Expert in Travel, Wine & Food Frequency 1 post / month Blog creativefabien.com/category/..
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105. Wine Musing

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia About Blog Lisa Johnston is a Sydney/London based wine educator, writer and wine business consultant who believes that wine should be fun, sometimes contemplative and never intimidating. A firm believer that the wine experience is one that should be shared, winemusing.com will celebrate the best wines, winemakers and wine experiences from Australia to London and beyond. Frequency 3 posts / week Since Aug 2009 Blog winemusing.com
Twitter followers 1.5K ⋅ Instagram Followers 38.1K ⋅ Domain Authority 23 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

106. Canadian Wine Guy

Canada About Blog One Sip At A Time Frequency 1 post / week Blog canadianwineguy.com
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107. Shall We Wine

Chicago About Blog At Shall We Wine, our highly trained wine specialists conduct engaging and educational wine, spirits, and beer tastings in retail locations. Read More about Shall We Wine specializes in producing wine and spirit focused events. Frequency 2 posts / month Blog shallwewine.com/blog
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108. Pull That Cork

Stockton, California, United States About Blog Nancy and I started this blog to be a place where wine lovers can meet without worrying about their knowledge level or expertise. A place to share our and your experiences enjoying wine. We are relatively new at seriously looking at the wines we drink and are not experts by any means. Frequency 1 post / week Blog pullthatcork.com
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109. The Gray Report

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110. On the Wine Trail in Italy

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111. Jameson Fink: Wine Without Worry

Brooklyn, New York, United States About Blog Learn to appreciate wine with writer, blogger, and retail wine expert Jameson Fink. Poured freshly and with humor. Frequency 1 post / week Blog jamesonfink.com
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112. The Morning Claret

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113. Matthew Jukes Wine Blog

London, England, United Kingdom About Blog In a wine trade survey (Harpers), UK retailers were asked which wine writer has the most influence over their customers. The answer was, unanimously, Matthew Jukes. In another list, compiled by OLN in May 2011, Matthew was voted the most influential wine writer in the UK. In March 2013 Matthew was given the Journalism Award at the Portuguese Wine Awards. Frequency 7 posts / week Blog matthewjukes.com
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114. The Vinsomniac - Stuart Robinson

Brisbane, Queensland, Australia About Blog An Australian Wine Blog by Vinsomniac

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115. Wine Camp Blog: a points-free zone

Grants Pass, Oregon, United States About Blog Wine Camp by Craig Camp. A winemakers look at the world of wine and winemaking from Oregon's Applegate Valley. Frequency 1 post / month Blog winecampblog.com/journal
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116. LeDomduVin

Hong Kong About Blog 'LeDom du Vin: a Wine blog to enjoy 'til the last drop!' Tasting everything from anywhere, from the multimillion dollar Chateaux to that small, unknown cellar ending a dirt path surrounded by vineyards. Frequency 4 posts / week Blog ledomduvin.com
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117. Beyond the Corkscrew

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118. Wine Cellar Door | Adventures in UK Wine Tourism

England, United Kingdom About Blog Elisabeth Else and Ian Hardwick share their visits and musings on English and Welsh Wines. We would like this blog to provide interesting information and share our enthusiasm for English wine to those with a general interest in the English countryside or local food & drink to experienced wine lovers and anyone in between. Frequency 1 post / week Blog winecellardoor.co.uk/blog
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119. Secret Sommelier - Wine blog UK

London, England, United Kingdom About Blog Wine interview series with producers and experts. Vineyard visits and tastings. Immersed in the enjoyment of everything associated with wines and vines, from the source to the glass. Frequency 5 posts / month Blog secretsommelier.com
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120. Sip NZ Wine

Auckland, New Zealand About Blog Sip NZ Wine celebrates New Zealand wine: wineries, makers, regions, new wines, events, bars and wine related news. Frequency 8 posts / quarter Blog sipnzwine.com
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121. Strong Coffee to Red Wine

About Blog Strong Coffee to Red Wine - Powering through the day drinking coffee until it's acceptable to drink wine. Frequency 1 post / week Blog strongcoffeetoredwine.com
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122. Vino-Sphere

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123. The Wine Ninjas A funny UK wine blog

Brighton, England, United Kingdom About Blog Welcome to : a wine-flavoured online magazine, pouring out irreverent wine food and travel features for those who want to know more about what's in their glass. Frequency 4 posts / quarter Since Sep 2016 Blog wineninjas.org
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124. Wine Tasting Bliss

About Blog Wine Tasting Bliss is all about enjoying wineries, wine and fellow wine lovers. We write about our experiences, so our range is a bit limited but our opinions are definitely our own! We cherish family, good food and wonderful wine. Frequency 3 posts / month Blog winetastingbliss.com
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125. Wine Blog by Jo Diaz

About Blog Juicy Tales by Jo Diaz - A Wine Educator, Wine Writer, Photographer, Wine Blogger, Public Relations Specialist, Marketer, Copy Writer, Executive Director of Wine Variety Group Frequency 2 posts / month Blog wine-blog.org
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126. Napa Food and Vine | Wine. Travel. Eats.

Napa, California, United States About Blog This blog is about the joys of tasting wine and sampling food in and around Napa Valley and beyond. Frequency 1 post / month Since Mar 2016 Blog napafoodandvine.com
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127. All Wine Tours

Bordeaux, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France About Blog Book the best wine tour in Europe or plan your own tour with my travel advice. Which wineries to visit in Tuscany? Where to stay in Bordeaux? Wine tasting in Rome? Read about the wine tours and a collection of tips for all traveling wine lovers. Frequency 5 posts / week Blog allwinetours.com
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128. Dracaena Wines

Paso Robles, California, United States About Blog The story that tells all about us. How we decided to get into the wine industry and why we chose Dracaena Wines. Our Wines Your Moments = Great Memories Frequency 3 posts / month Blog dracaenawines.com/blog-2
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129. BCWineTrends

British Columbia, Canada About Blog Your First Source for the Best Value BC Wine Frequency 2 posts / week Since Sep 2015 Blog bcwinetrends.com
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130. Peninsula Underground

About Blog Since 2013 our mission at Peninsula Underground has been to help our followers find great wines, at reasonable prices, that are ready to drink right away. Frequency 2 posts / quarter Blog peninsulaunderground.com
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131. The Corkscrew Concierge

Houston, Texas, United States About Blog The Corkscrew Concierge is a blog featuring information about wine, travel, and experiences. Our mission is to share the wine world and make it accessible to all. Frequency 1 post / week Since Jul 2015 Blog thecorkscrewconcierge.com
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132. Around the World in 80 Harvests

United States About Blog Discover wine regions, winemakers and wines as we travel around the world in 80 harvests. Articles, videos and photography on global wine regions in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Oceania and Africa. Frequency 3 posts / month Blog aroundtheworldin80harvests.com
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133. Planet Grape Wine Review

San Francisco, California, United States About Blog Planet Grape Wine Review delivers short, non-technical reviews for regular people. Follow to get down to earth wine reviews. Frequency 24 posts / week Since Oct 2013 Blog planetgrapewinereview.com
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134. Joanie's Wine Blog

Canada About Blog Joanie's wine blog aims to share wine tales and adventures by sharing experience and knowledge. Follow to know more as she shares her adventures with wine bottles, travel to the magnificent wine regions of the world, wine & spirits events, amazing people and of course lots of joy and happiness. Frequency 1 post / month Since Jul 2016 Blog joaniemetivier.com
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135. Lodi Winegrape Commission Blog

Lodi, California, United States About Blog Official voice of LoCA - The Wines of Lodi, CA! Talkin' about our handcrafted wines, passionate growers & vintners, and 60 tasting rooms. Come Frequency 1 post / week Blog lodiwine.com/Blog
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136. The Italian Wine Girl | Good Taste is a state of mind

California, United States About Blog Laura Donadoni is The Italian wine girl on a mission: spreading wine education and wine culture. She founded LA COM Wine Agency, a strategic P.R. and communications firm focused on wine and food industry. Frequency 1 post / month Blog theitalianwinegirl.com
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137. Knackered Mother's Wine Club

United Kingdom About Blog I'm Helen McGinn, author of The Knackered Mother's Wine Club, an award-winning wine blog and best-selling wine book. I'm an exsupermarket wine buyer and spent almost a decade sourcing wines around the world. Frequency 4 posts / quarter Blog knackeredmotherswineclub.com..
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138. Triangle Around Town

Raleigh, North Carolina, United States About Blog Triangle Around Town is filled with 'must read' blogs, wine/beer industry news and exclusive interviews with wineries and breweries as well as slideshows and events. Frequency 2 posts / week Blog trianglearoundtown.com
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139. Sudsy's Cellar

Pleasanton, California, United States About Blog Expanding your knowledge of wine, one grape at a time. I grew up in the Midwest (Ohio) and, because there are not a lot of opportunities to taste wine, I found myself a master consumer of White Zinfandel. Frequency 1 post / quarter Blog sudsyscellar.com
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140. Grape Observer

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia About Blog Grape Observer is a wine blog authored by Sean Mitchell Dip WSET and established in 2009. It is an independent journal written for the love of wine. Frequency 3 posts / month Blog grapeobserver.com
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141. Woodinville Wine Blog

Woodinville, Washington, United States About Blog Chic and delightful wine tasting adventures in Woodinville. Frequency 2 posts / month Since Apr 2017 Blog woodinvillewineblog.com
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142. Vino Views

Hertford, England, United Kingdom About Blog Hi, I'm Dave Cronin aka VinoViews bringing you wine reviews and wine-related events, see my thoughts on affordable and easily accessible wines, with a simple cork rating and honest opinions. Salude & drink well. Frequency 1 post / week Since Apr 2017 Blog vinoviews.co.uk
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143. Virginia Wine Time

Virginia, United States About Blog Virginia Wine Time is a wine blog written by two wine enthusiasts who enjoy Virginia wine. Warren is the writer and Paul is the photographer and webmaster. Frequency 2 posts / month Blog virginiawinetime.com
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144. Berrys' Wine Blog

London, England, United Kingdom About Blog Welcome to the official Berry Bros. & Rudd Blog offering news and views from our Masters of Wine and those with a finger on the pulse of the wine world. Have your say by joining in the debates. Berry Bros. & Rudd Wine Blog Contributors are highly knowledgeable and respected staff. Frequency 4 posts / week Blog blog.bbr.com
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145. The Wine Shop Bristol, Bath, WsM, Somerset | Blog

United Kingdom About Blog The wine shop's wine blog, here you will find regular updates on what we've been tasting, upcoming events and plenty more. Our aim is to demystify the subject and bring wine to you to be enjoyed as it should be! Frequency 1 post / quarter Blog thewinetastingco.com/wine-blog
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146. Serbian Wine Guide

About Blog Violeta Jakovljevic and Mileta Popovic have been discovering the world of Serbia wines as lovers amateurs. On their blog you will find reviews about Serbian Wines and much more. Frequency 1 post / month Blog serbianwineguide.com
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147. Drink the Bottles

Fishers, Indiana, United States About Blog Drink the Bottles is a fun wine blog about wines of the world for everyone to enjoy. Subscribe us to discover wonderful wines at all price points from around the world and share at this gathering place. Frequency 1 post / month Blog drinkthebottles.com
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148. History & Wine

Miami, Florida, United States About Blog Wine Reviews & Musings about the 'Wine Lifestyle' in South Florida and Beyond. Frequency 1 post / month Blog historyandwine.com
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149. Word on the Grapevine

Birmingham, England, United Kingdom About Blog Wine resource and blog for all, from the casual wino to the committed oenophile. Frequency 2 posts / month Blog wordonthegrapevine.co.uk
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150. Purple Teeth Club

About Blog A wine blog dedicated to providing educational tips and tools, and making wine less pretentious and more approachable for all drinkers and consumers to enjoy. Features wineries and wines from the California Central Coast, including Monterey, Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and more. Frequency 1 post / month Since Jun 2020 Blog purpleteethclub.blog
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Top Wine Drinking Countries

While one might expect the big countries like the United States, China, France, or Italy to top the list of the countries that drink the most, the proud holder of the title is Andorra. The tiny country with a population of just over 69,000 people consumed over 3.9 million liters of wine in 2014 according to the Wine Institute, which translates to 59.6 liters of wine per capita. This means each person in the countries empties 76 bottles of wine each year. If Andorra is surprising, then the second placed country, Vatican City, is more than surprising. Vatican City has a population of about 800 people, none of whom are children. It consumed 56.2 liters of wine per capita. Several factors may contribute to the high rate of wine consumption in Vatican City, including the use of wine in the religious sacrament of communion, demographics, and the availability of tax-free wine in the country. Croatia, Portugal, and France complete the top five wine drinking nations in the world.

Europe is a Major Consumer of Wine

European countries dominate the top ten countries that consume the most wine worldwide, with Slovenia, Macedonia, Switzerland, and Italy joining the other top five countries. In fact, nine of the top ten countries are from Europe. Most of these European countries are also the top wine producers in the world, with Italy and France leading the pack. Moldova, Austria, and Greece complete the list of top wine drinking countries in Europe, and are among the top 20 in the world. Wine is part of almost every meal in Europe. It is not only enjoyed by the rich and royal, but also by college students, especially during parties and nights out.

Wine Consumption in the Caribeean

Caribbean countries also rank highly among the wine drinkers. With the sweet winter sun that is rare in some parts of the world, tourists flock the region to enjoy the sun. The Falkland Islands and Saint Pierre and Miquelon drink the most wine in the Caribbean, with the former ranking 8th overall with a record 38.5 liters of wine consumption per capita. Aruba, the Cayman Islands, and Sint Maarten also feature among the top 40.


The 100 Best Selling Liquor Brands In The World [INFOGRAPHICS]

What’s the most popular liquor brand in the world? If you guessed something you can find at a typical American bar, you guessed wrong. When it comes to volume, no one drinks quite like Koreans — so it’s no surprise their national drink of choice, soju, took the global top spot (and #4 spot) in 2014. Yes, the best selling liquor in the world last year was HITE-Jinro’s Jinro brand soju. The map and three infographics below reveal a few more surprises about the 100 best selling (by volume) liquor brands in the world.

MAP: Where The 20 Best Selling Liquor Brands Are Made

Limiting ourselves to the twenty top selling brands reveals a few interesting facts. While India dominates the top twenty, every continent aside from Australia and Africa make appearances. Want an interesting piece of trivia? The world’s best selling brandy and gin are both made in the Philippines. The best selling whisky and rum? You’ll head to India for those bottles. Click the map to see a full-size version.

Exploring The Type Of Liquor The World Loves

What’s the world drinking? A whole lot of whisk(e)y — particularly Indian Whisky. In fact, six of the top twenty brands in the world are Indian Whiskys!

The Companies Who Own The Big Brands

The graphic below groups together the top 100 liquor brands in two ways — by type of liquor and by the company who owns the brand(s). You can see both companies who have multiple entries in the top 100, and companies with single brands, ‘small’ and monstrous. We should note that many of the companies represented on the graphic below have many other brands beyond the world’s 100 best sellers.

The Top 100 Liquor Brands In The World

Want to dig a bit deeper into the data? Here’s the entire top 100. If you find anything interesting, let everyone know in the comments.


A selection of winners

Wine List of the Year

Restaurant Mosaic at The Orient,

Best Long Wine List in the World 2019

Best Designed Wine List in the World 2019

The Restaurant at Meadowood, Napa

Best Airline Wine List in the World 2019

Champions’ League World’s Best Wine List 2019

Eleven Madison Park, New York

Champions’ League Best Spirits List 2019

The Barn at Blackberry Farm, Tennessee

Visit The World of Fine Wine to see the full list of winners


1 Milestii Mici – 2 million bottles

The world’s biggest winery is an underground wine city, which stretches as far as 250 kilometers. The cellar complex is a maze, where streets are named after various types of wine which include Sauvignon, Cabernet, etc. A car is needed to drive from one part of the winery to the other, and the cellar’s own employees use a bike to travel within the winery. Milestii Mici is recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records for the size of its wine collection. The breakdown of wines within the cellar is 70% red wine, 20% white, and 10% dessert.


Top 10 Largest Grapes Producing Countries In The World

The grape production industry, commonly referred to as viticulture, has always been considered to be an ever-evolving sector of the market considering the enormously growing wine production industry which depends heavily on it. However, the horrifying shift in the global warmth patterns has somewhat had an adverse effect on the grape growing regions.

The models analysing this change have suggested a reduction in the precipitation level in sub-tropical regions and an increase in rains in the northerly latitude regions. Therefore, there have been several changes in the grape producing regions in the past few years. Analysing the changes, this is a list of the largest grapes producing countries in the world in 2019.

10. South Africa

In South Africa, the viticulture industry is witnessing a systematic change with enormous experimentations being carried out in the wine industry. Grape production usually takes place in South Africa in an area with a mild Mediterranean climate which is suitable for growing a wide range of noble vine varieties. According to a report of 2017, South Africa’s annual grape production in metric tons was recorded at 1,587,913.

9. Chile

Chile is considered to be the largest grower and exporter of fresh deciduous fruits in the Southern Hemisphere with over 230,000 hectares planted in orchards, including table grapes. Grape production occupies 36% of this area making the country one of the largest grape producers in the world. Chile is known for growing two varieties of grape, namely Vinifera Grapes and Table Grapes. As of 2017, the total annual grape production in Chile is estimated to be 2,122,775 (in metric tons).

8. Iran

Even though a full alcohol ban is imposed in the country of Iran, the wine industry continues to endure. Iran is ranked high on the lists of the largest production regions of fruits like pomegranate, dates, cherries, grapes, etc. The major high yielding grape production in Iran takes place in the Malayer region of the Hamadan Province. The Iranian grape production industry stats show that the total share of non-renewable energy used totals up to an estimated 61%. Standing one spot above Chile in the grape production rankings, Iran’s annual grape production, in terms of metric tons, was recorded at an estimated 2,298,413 as of April 2017.

7. Argentina

Argentina is the fifth largest producer of wines in the world. Argentina has been in the wine production industry for a significant period of time, first emerging with its unique variety of high yielding pink skin grapes, Cereza and Criolla Chica. The Pedro Gimenez grape is considered to be the country’s widest grown wide grape variety as its crops take up approximately 36,000 hectares of the land. The grape is used for producing full-bodied wines and is one of the major supplies for the country’s wine production industry. As of 2017, the Argentine grape production industry is believed to produce an estimated 2,519,678 (metric tons) annually.

6. Turkey

Turkey is believed to have an extensive variety indigenous grape varieties (600 to 1200) out of which only 60 are commercially grown. Approximately, 3.6 million tons of grapes are produced in an area spreading up to 480,000 hectares. The major grape production of the country takes place in the Aegean and the Mediterranean regions (61%). As of 2017, the country recorded an annual grape production level of 3,763,544 in terms of metric tons, leaving Argentina far behind.

5. China

China has been a major producer of grape for the past 2000 years and has even been declared the leading grape-producing country in the world in the past. The Xianghuan village is evident of the developing agriculture sector of the country as it has adopted modern technological methods to make itself a national high-quality grape production base. In 2016, the grape production levels recorded from this base showed comprehensive results with the exact reading being 2,600 tons. As of 2017, the grape production sector of China has recorded annual grape production level of an estimated value of 5,212,322 (in metric tons).

4. Spain

With over 2.9 million acres of land planted, Spain is the most popularly known wine producing nation in the world. Spain bears an extensive variety of grapes (almost 600) out of which only 20 varieties are used for the production of wine. Airen is the country’s most planted variety and is common throughout Central Spain. This grape variety is used in the production of full-bodied wines bearing a high level of alcohol. With recent developments in the grape production industry of the country which includes blending international varieties and adopting modern technologies, the annual grape production level was recorded at an estimated 5,676,985 in 2017.

3. United States

The grape production industry has a significant standing in the American Economy as nearly one million hectares of land is utilised by grape bearing crops (table grapes, etc.), that is, nearly 25,000 farms are growing grape crops. Grape is considered to be highest value fruit crop in the US and is valued at a hefty value of $5 billion. The high grape production level is directly proportional to the country’s high wine sales totalling an amount of nearly $35 billion. The annual grape production of USA was recorded at a high value 6,206,228 (in metric tons) which makes up 10% of the world’s grape production.

2. France

France is one of the largest wine producers in the world with a high production level of nearly 35 hectoliters per annum. Known for the extensive grape varieties, France has been a significant part of the grape and wine production industry for a long period of time. The commonly found French grape varieties include Merlot (taking up 116,715 hectares of land), and Grenache (97,171 hectares of land). However, with the drastic climate change, France expected the worst grape harvest season in 2017 since 1945 with an estimated fall by 18%. Despite the poor season, the annual grape production level of the country was recorded at 6,740,009 (metric tons) as of 2017.

1. Italy

Italy is the largest grapes producing country in the world by a considerably monumental margin. With its wine industry at its peak, Marche and Abruzzo are the regions which are popularly known for the production of White Verdicchio and Red Montepulciano grapes, respectively. The Sangiovese grape variety which is used in the production of full-bodied red wine is the most planted grape variety in Italy taking up nearly 72,000 hectares of land. Other majorly common grape varieties grown in the country include Trebbiano, Catarratto, Merlot, Chardonnay, Barbera, etc. Topping this list by a fair margin, the annual grape production level of Italy was recorded at 8,307,514 (metric tons) as of 2017.

The grape production industry, complementary to the wine production industry, has a significant role to play in the mechanism of the world economy. The countries mentioned in the above list have been ranked according to their annual grape production levels and their significance in the global grape production as of 2019.


The World’s Top 10 Vodkas According To The International Wine & Spirits Competition

Vodka is the one spirit that is truly international. It is consumed in around 200 countries around the world, and is produced in approximately 100 countries. There are over a 1,000 different vodka brands. Collectively, they sell more than 330 million nine-liter cases, with a value of more than $42 billion. The top 10 brands sell about 100 million cases yearly. The US alone consumes around 75 million cases a year. Vodka is the largest spirits category in the US, and represents roughly one out of every three dollars spent on spirits.

The International Wines & Spirits Competition recently announced the top vodkas from the 2020 judging. Only 10 names out of the hundreds of vodkas submitted to the competition were awarded the IWSC’s highest medal award, IWSC Gold Outstanding. Significantly, none of the global brands that dominate the international vodka market appeared among the IWSC’s top ten vodkas. Nor did any American brands make the list.

Below is a list of the world’s top 10 vodkas along with tasting notes from the IWSC’s judging panel.

Dom Wina, Dwór Sieaków Śliwa z tarniną, ABV 40%

Dom Wina is an artisanal Polish vodka that is flavored with plums and blackthorn and linden honey. The fruit is macerated in the vodka for up to six weeks before it is filtered and bottled.

Aromatic sloes are joined by kirsch and ripe plums on the nose. An interplay between sweet apricot and tea develops on a lovely, dry palate. Festive spices and marzipan evolve into a cooling, herbal finish. Absolutely divine.

Dom Wina, Dwór Sieraków, Superior Vodka, 40% ABV

Full floral nose of freshly perfumed orange blossom, sweet honeysuckle, ripe apple and gingerbread. Clean citrus notes and a touch of orange oil and rosewater on the palate, ripe fecund fruit and flowers, laced with cotton candy. Lovely.

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Famille Naud French Vodka, 40% ABV

Famille Naud is a French Cognac producer who also produces a pot still, winter wheat-based vodka. The grain is sourced from the agricultural region to the northeast of Paris.

Superbly luxurious expressive vodka, smoky citrus notes, meet vanilla and coconut, ripe stone and tropical fruit. There is a delicious sweet warming quality, almost rum-like and a candied chocolate creaminess to boot

Tayport Distillery, Malt Barley Vodka, 40% ABV

The Tayport distillery is located in Fife, Scotland, northeast of Edinburgh, just across from the Highland line. Tayport’s vodka is based on a mash bill of malted barley.

Comforting cacao nibs enveloped in rich chocolate loaf and laced with malted spiced vanilla. Smooth and luxurious a gorgeously unctuous textured sweet nectar. Highly accomplished.

Mamont Vodka, 40% ABV

Mamont Vodka is a six-time distilled Russian vodka made at the Itkul distillery in the Altai region of Siberia from locally grown, malted, white winter wheat. The vodka is flavored with the addition of some cedar nut spirit, and is then filtered through silver birch charcoal. The bottle is shaped like a mammoth tusk.

Delicately perfumed on the nose with a touch of almond. Mouth-watering apricot, lime juice, and grapefruit zest tingle on the palate, A sense of savouriness develops with a slightly salted mouthfeel balanced by a gentle sweetness. The overall profile is sublime, the texture rich and delicious. An exceptional vodka.

Polska Fabryka Wódek Old Distillery, Maxus Organic Vodka, 40% ABV

Polska Fabryka Wódek (Polish Vodka Factory) is one of Poland’s leading distillers. They produce a variety of beverages including Paderewski Vodka.

Symphonic equilibrium, a lifted arc on the mid-palate is laced with both luscious and zesty notes, creating a refined, balanced elixir. Peppered yet velvet soft, we journey magnificently towards a long languorous finish. Faultless.

Cyprus is one of around 100 countries that produce vodka. Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Hiram Walker and Sons, Polar Ice Arctic Extreme Vodka, 45% ABV

Polar Ice Arctic Extreme vodka is Canada’s fourth best-selling vodka. It’s a quadruple distilled, three-time filtered vodka, and is produced at the Hiram Walker and Sons distillery in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Per the distillery, the vodka is inspired by Canada’s pristine Arctic north and utilizes a unique, 6° C chill filtration process designed to produce an exceptionally smooth vodka.

Supremely clean nose with unctuous liquorice, anise, and the tiniest touch of chocolate and walnut evolving on the palate. Sublimely complex with exquisite texture and balance. Stylish, bold and absolutely superb.

Prodal 94, Stalinskaya Silver Vodka, 40% ABV

No, Stalinskaya is not inspired by Joseph Stalin. Actually, both names were inspired by stal, the Russian word for steel. The term denotes strength. The Romanian vodka is distilled from top grade wheat using a proprietary three step distillation process. According to the company, it is then “filtered through birch charcoal and silver ions for smoothness and exceptional clarity.”

Grand and luxurious, the nose opens with cacao and hazelnut and the palate introduces faint notes of nutmeg and clove before rich chocolate and tonka bean emerge. (Tonka bean is extremely aromatic, offering up aromas of almond, vanilla and sweet pipe tobacco. It has high levels of the chemical coumarin and is illegal to sell in the US for human consumption). Beautifully poised with excellent weight this is decadent and truly outstanding vodka.

Halewood Wines and Spirits, Vestal Vintage 2015 Potato Vodka, 40% ABV

Halewood is a British based artisanal wine and spirits producer that operates 12 distilleries around the world. Their Vestal Vintage 2015 Potato Vodka is sourced in Poland. The use of potatoes as a base gives the vodka an exceptionally smooth, viscous character with a pronounced palate weight.

Sublimely Autumnal earthy sweet soft clods of steamy cooked vegetal aromas laced with rich velvety asparagus, agave and white pepper. Luxuriously ripe red fruits, crumbled marvelously into Autumnal garden essence. Honeyed, complex and profoundly enjoyable.

Georgian Bay Spirit Vodka, 40% ABV

Georgian Bay Spirit Vodka needs no introduction. It has already been selected as the Best Vodka at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition. The distillery uses water from Elmvale Ontario, which it considers “the purest water on the planet.”

Elegant, subtle, refined and achingly sophisticated. Seasoned with delicately nuanced notes of cherry, malted vanilla, stone fruit, and even a dusting of chocolate. The palate features a touch of lemon and lime – a transcendental touch! Nothing ordinary here.



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