The further south you travel in Chile and Argentina means that the grape

The further south you travel in chile and argentina

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The further south you travel in Chile and Argentina means that the grape growing regions become warmer. Two-thirds of all wine produced in Argentine is red wine. Ending of Apartheid in 1994 was the impetus to expansion and international marketing of South African wine. New World Wine: Australia and New Zealand The signature and dominant grape variety for New Zealand has become the A region internationally known for the production of premium quality of Australia’s signature red wine variety known as ‘Shiraz’. A cool climate region in Australia known for production of Pinot Noir, Riesling, and Sauvignon Blanc is The region in New Zealand considered by many wine enthusiasts and wine writers to be among the best in the production of high quality Sauvignon Blanc is: The labelling laws in New Zealand are based on a simple constraint known as the _____ rule? If you were travelling through Australia, you would stop to taste wine at a winery if they had a sign out which said: “Barossa Valley” as found on the label of an Australian bottle of wine would be an example of what Australia views and defines as a “Geographical Indicator” The Australian wine industry got its start in 1825 where? What wine products dominated the beginnings of the wine industry until the 1950s? True/False The majority of wine produced in Australia and New Zealand is marketed and sold for export. New Zealand, like Australia, has a hot and dry climate to grow most of its grapes. Most of the wine produced in Australia comes from the warm humid climate of Northern Australia. Over 50% of the wine production in New Zealand is coming from Marlborough district.
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The largest wine producing region in Australia is Barossa Valley. Yellow Tail, Jacob’s Creek and Lindeman’s makes up 3 of the top 10 Global wine brands in sales and marketing. Yellow Tail is a Gallo brand company. Nearly 70% of all wine produced in New Zealand is Sauvignon Blanc. Wine regions in Australia are too warm to produce cool quality Riesling wine.
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