Welcome to Wine Geography, a site for wine lovers across the globe. Wine Geography provides basic wine industry research for every major wine producing country in the world. Find out what wines are a must try, be fluent in local and regional wines, and make your interaction with wine makers, sommeliers, and other wine lovers more enjoyable. We want you to get the most out of your wine experience whether you're traversing Europe or perusing your grocery store wine section.


Don’t skip over the Greek section of the wine list (or the Greek aisle

Rest of USA

Climate is the biggest challenge facing vintners in most states.

W. Europe

Europe is the most famous continent in the world for wine production. Not

South America

Though it may still be a struggle to find fine South American wine on the


Italy has more than 300 DOC and the more


Spain has over 2.9 million acres planted, making it the most widely


For most American wine lovers Portuguese wine means Port, the rich


While there is some wine production in the provinces of Buenos Aires,


Chile is the fifth largest exporter of wines in the world, and the ninth

S. Africa

In keeping with the spirit of renewal in the South African wine industry,


The Australian wine industry is the world's fourth largest exporter of

New Zealand

New Zealand wine is largely produced in ten major wine growing regions


German wine is primarily produced in the west, and many of the best


Most experts agree, France produces the most "Fine Wine" of any country on


Washington produces wonderful wines, but


Everyone knows Oregon wines mean one thing: Pinot Noir! Indeed, 53% of the


In 2016, not only does 90% of all wine made in the US come from

N. America

San Rafael, Calif. -- The total number of wineries in North America has