Wine Production

Some articles on wine, wine production:

Mexican Wine - History of Wine Making in Mexico
... legend, Hernán Cortés and his soldiers quickly depleted the wine they brought with them from Spain celebrating the conquest of the Aztec Empire in 1521 ... This area of Coahuila soon became a major wine producer due to its climate and good supplies of water ... Vineyards in the Americas, especially New Spain were successful enough that wine exports from Spain to America plummeted ...
Slovenian Wine - History
... See also History of Slovenia Unlike many of the major European wine regions, Slovenia's viticultural history predates Roman influences and can be traced back to the early Celtic and Illyrian ... the Christian Church controlled most of the region's wine production through the monasteries ... end of the Second World War, co-operatives controlled nearly all of the region's wine production and quality was very low as the emphasis was on the bulk ...
Spring Mountain District AVA - Wine Production
... About 90% of the wine produced in the Spring Mountain District AVA is red ... The predominating grape variety is Cabernet Sauvignon followed by Merlot ...
Provence Wine - Wine Regions - Côtes De Provence AOC
... The Côtes de Provence AOC is a large noncontiguous wine region that covers over 85 communes in the eastern region of Provence ... southeast of the Palette AOC and on the outskirts of the Bandol and Cassis wine area ... in the northeast part of the area includes vineyards that can label their wine as Côtes de Provence ...

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