For hundreds of years, France basked in the reputation of being the world's greatest producer of wines.
For the perfect fusion of food, wine and culture, there is simply nowhere like Italy.
When it comes to wine in Spain there is an incredible array of choices in every price range.
The rich history of Portugal is firmly intertwined with its wines, especially its most famous wine, Port.
Some of the finest white wines the world has ever known come from this noble and ancient land.
Even though Austria is known as the “Alpine Republic”, it produces the world’s finest wines.
So varied is the terrain, the climate and the varietal heritage, that few generalisations can be made.
Argentina's great strength is the quantity of old vineyards it has and particularly of malbec.
Chile has incredible potential for quality and is only just scratching the surface.
South African wine has a history dating back to 1659, around Cape Town.
The wine regions in each of these states produce different wine varieties and styles.
New Zealand might be a relative newcomer to the wine world, but its rise to pre-eminence is extraordinary.
Greece is one of the oldest wine-producing regions in the world
There is a renaissance of the Lebanese wines that marked the active involvement of French in the Bekaa Valley.
The country's legacy of native vine varieties is distinctive, rich and diverse, encompassing.