Wines of America – www.winesofamerica.com
Wines of America is an independent guide to American vineyards and their wines.
Wines of Argentina – www.winesofargentina.org
Wines of Argentina are responsible for promoting the brand “Vino Argentino” in the world.
Wines of Canada – www.winesofcanada.com
In Canada numerous micro-climates produced by the Mountain ranges and bodies of water have provided some of the world’s best areas for growing grapes fertile soil, little rain and warm sunny days resulting in quality fine wines.
Wines of Chile – www.winesofchile.org/
Chile’s vine cultivation area is by width rather than length, climatically speaking. The height of the Andes provides lower temperatures, as we climb upwards. The coast has two great features, its western orientation and icy Humboldt current. These two features make the continental winds cause cool weather on the coastline, allowing viticulture closer to the equator, obtaining wines with higher acidity and elegant aromas.
Wine China – www.winechina.com
China Wine is the first grape wine website in china. Drawing a whole picture for the China wine industry and introducing foreign wine.
Wines of Germany – www.winesofgermany.co.uk
Wines of Germany is the German Wine Institute (DWI)’s site offering information about Germany’s wine styles, grapes, regions, news and events.
Wines of Japan – www.wineofjapan.com
Wine of Japan Import, Inc. is one of the oldest importers of ultra-premium Japanese sake, spirits, and beer in the United States.
Wines of Portugal – www.winesofportugal.com/en
Portuguese winemakers have shown a heroic determination to preserve a heritage of more than 250 native grape varieties – and most of these varieties do not exist elsewhere in the world. They are masters in unlocking the potential of a country full of diversity. Vines are planted in all types of soils, from sand to shale, and exposed to diverse micro-climates, from the influence of the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean to the influence of Continental Europe. The result is an exciting range of wines that is as diverse as it is unique.
Wines from Spain – www.winesfromspain.es
Portal created by the Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade (ICEX ) for the international promotion of the Wines of Spain with information and directory of wineries , wines, appellations of origin, activities , fairs, events and news about the Spanish wine sector.
Wines of the World – www.winesoftheworld.ie
Fine Wine Selection of 300 wines from around the world.
ArenaFlowers – www.arenaflowers.com/features/history-of-wine
A History of Wine
Better Tasting Wine – www.bettertastingwine.com/lessons.html
Written by certified wine educators, our wine course anchors on practical topics that can help you better understand and enjoy wine. We go for quality over quantity when it comes to knowledge.
CellarNotes.net – www.cellarnotes.net
Cellarnotes.net is the personal and private effort of Dan Miller. I spent just under 30 years in the fine wine business in the United States of America. Most of my time in the wine industry was with the fine wine division of Seagram dealing with many of the best wines of France, California and several of the other top wine producing regions of the world.
English Wine Producers – www.englishwineproducers.co.uk
The official website for the English and Welsh wine industry.
INTOWINE – www.intowine.com
The world has literally millions of wine enthusiasts, each with a unique perspective and palate. At IntoWine.com we have made it our goal to aggregate the collective knowledge and experience of the wine community on one site, a site geared purely for those people who are into wine.
Sommelier Guild – http://sommelierguild.com
The National Capital Sommelier Guild provides opportunities for wine enthusiasts and sommeliers to share their enjoyment and broaden their knowledge of wine.
New World Winemaker – www.newworldwinemaker.com
Independent technical web site for new world wine makers sponsored by Anchor Yeast and OenoBrands.
The Wine Curators – http://thewinecurators.com
The Wine Curators offer expert consultation on buying, storing, serving and tasting wine. Buying, drinking and collecting wine is more popular than ever. Regardless of your budget, there are lots of delicious wines out there. Even if you have no intention of being a “collector,” you might find yourself with more than a few bottles, or asking to see the wine list more often.
Vinexpo – www.vinexpo.com/en
Created in 1981, the Vinexpo exhibition has established itself over the years as the key event for major international operators in the wine and spirits sector.
VinoEnology.com – http://vinoenology.com
VinoEnology.com is helping wine industry professionals to expand their business potential all over the world. VinoEnology is the most service-oriented B2B marketplace when it comes to connecting winemakers, distillers, vineyard owners, importers, exporters, wholesalers, suppliers, wine buyers and international trade companies over the internet.
Washington Wine Institute – http://washingtonwineinstitute.org
The Washington Wine Institute (WWI) is THE leading advocate for Washington wineries. For two decades, we have united the dynamic and diverse wineries across this state to ensure the collective strength of our industry’s voice is heard in Olympia.
Wild 4 Washington Wine – www.wild4washingtonwine.com
Two decades of living and wine tasting in eastern Washington, observing the rapid growth of the Washington wine industry, I naturally developed an appreciation for wine; especially Washington wine. In 2005 I began working for one of my favorite local wineries.
Wine Folly – http://winefolly.com/wine-basics-beginners-guide
Wine Basics – A Beginnner’s Guide to Drinking Wine
Worldwide Wine Tours – www.worldwidewinetours.com
Worldwide Wine Tours is a purveyor of winery information and helps travellers locate discount wine tours and wine travel opportunities in those exciting locations. Whether you’re taking a wine vacation or just want to make wine a part of a bigger vacation, you have come to the right place. Wine tours are among the most popular specialty vacations in the world today. Wine lovers are venturing far and wide to explore the world of wine, venturing not just to France for Bordeaux but to far-flung locations in Argentina, Chile, New Zealand, Australia, and even South Africa.
New Zealand Wine – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Zealand_wine
New Zealand wine is largely produced in ten major wine growing regions.
New Zealand Wine – www.nzwine.com
The official New Zealand wine website.
New Zealand Wine Directory – http://nzwinedirectory.co.nz
The New Zealand Wine Directory is the fastest growing NZ wine resource. It’s a collection of over 1,250, categorized links to New Zealand’s Wineries, Vineyards and all sorts of wine related websites and online communities.
New Zealand Trade & Enterprise – www.nzte.govt.nz/en/buy/our-sectors/food-and-beverage/wine/
In a few short decades New Zealand has gone from a practically non-existent wine status to wowing the world in international competitions on a regular basis.
Cellar Club – http://cellarclub.co.nz
Learn about New Zealand wines and wineries from people who work and breath wine; the winemaker, the winery owner, winery representatives, and other wine aficionados. During the monthly tastings compare the wines on offer with those you’re had on your own travels and share your experiences about the wines, the places and the people you have met along the way.
Wine of the Week – http://wineoftheweek.com
Trip Advisor – www.tripadvisor.co.nz
New Zealand Travel Guide – www.travelguide.co.nz
New Zealand Travel Guide comes complete with comprehensive regional information including tourist attractions and travel activities within New Zealand.