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Wine from the Rest of the World
Vintages 2001 through 2004 have all been very good in South Africa.

Wine from the Rest of the World
Château Indage and Grover Vineyards produce the best wines coming out of India today.

Wine from the Rest of the World
China and Japan produce wine, but it's nothing to write home about—yet. Ironically, China made the world's first wine about nine thousand years ago, which was made from rice.

Wine from the Rest of the World
England and Wales have started producing some very good dry white wine, especially those made from the hearty Müller-Thurgau and Seyval Blanc grapes that can withstand the cool climates and lack of sunshine. These wines tend to be very crisp and refreshing. Good summertime options. Wine from the Rest of the World

Wine from the Rest of the World
Brazil and Uruguay are two countries in South America, other than Chile and Argentina, that make some promising wine.

Wine from the Rest of the World
Generally, commercial vineyards are only viable between two bands of latitude 30–50° north and 30–50° south of the equator. Outside of these broad strips, it's difficult to make wine of any real quality. For that reason, not all countries make wine.

Wine from the Rest of the World
Global warming is slowly changing the climates of every country. In time, more regions of the world will be able to make wine; places that are too cold to make anything but white and sparkling wines will be able to grow red grapes, too; and tasting profiles of classic wines will shift.

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