Mapping Terroir

You don’t need a passport; Mapping Terroir takes us to famous winemaking regions and historical spirits locales across the globe. Armchair travel through regions, appellations, and places. Discover why they are essential aspects that help shape our favorite bottles.

texas map
Discover Texas Wine and Its 8 Official Growing Areas

Vineyards that make Texas wine, similar to those living in the Lone Star State, are…

chianti vs chianti classico
Understanding Chianti vs Chianti Classico Through Their Tangled Pasts

Trying to understand Chianti vs Chianti Classico is a little like driving in Italy –…

San Luis Obispo Coast
Coast Meets Vines: The ‘Cool’ San Luis Obispo Coast AVA

Nestled along the Pacific Ocean, on the central coast of California, lies the San Luis…

Lake Chelan wine
A Taste of Lake Chelan Wine: 4 Exemplary Wineries To Try

Washington State’s Lake Chelan is one of the deepest in the U.S., shimmering with beauty…

Cienega Valley
The Cienega Valley Soil Secret That Gifts Affordable Bourgogne-Style Wines

As Bourgogne wine prices continue to skyrocket, consumers search for more affordable options elsewhere. Unfortunately,…

winemaking in patagonia
From Penguins to Pinot, a Glimpse at Winemaking in Patagonia

Think of Argentine wine, and you’ll likely assume Malbec from the Andean foothills of Mendoza.…

Argentina wine Atlantic coast
A Closer Look at the Winemaking Climate of Argentina’s Atlantic Coast

Argentina is home to more than 220,000 hectares of grapevines. The majority, approximately 95%, are…

Middle Loire Valley Wine Regions
A Definitive Guide to the Middle Loire Valley Wine Regions

The Loire is the longest river in France and a cradle of French history and…

Left Bank vs Right Bank: The Main Differences of Bordeaux

Updated December 2023 Bordeaux can be intimidating. From the pronunciations and price tags to classifications…

Burgundy Wine Classification System
Ultimate Guide to the Burgundy Wine Classification System

There is a deep reverence for Burgundy (aka “Bourgogne”). The complexity of the Burgundy wine…

South Okanagan Wine
How Desert-Like Terroir is Bolstering South Okanagan Wine Quality

Oliver, Osoyoos, and the Similkameen Valley are not globally recognizable wine regions. But in Canada,…

Gavi Piemonte
Why the Terroir in Gavi Is Prime for Making White Wine

The rolling hills of Piemonte provide a plethora of delicious, world-renowned wines. From Barolo and…