Countries And Regions
  • Languedoc Languedoc

    This enormous wine region has been producing wine for more than 2,000 years. Nestled in the southwest of France, where the Mediterranean meets the Pyrenees, it's home to a wide range of down-to-earth wines.

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  • Australian Wine Australian Wine

    The Aussies are as skilled at making a fruity, mellow wine as they are firing up a top-notch barbie. It may be too toasty to grow grapes in much of this sun-scorched country, but they flourish in the southeast corner of Australia.

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  • Loire Loire

    The Loire Valley, stretching more than 1,000km from the Atlantic coast to the west of France, is home to some of the country's top white wines. For generations, French royalty have had their country homes along this valley.

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  • Fair Exchange Community Health Project Fair Exchange Community Health Project

    We teamed up with the Fairhills Association to create better medical care for the wine workers and community of Fairhills.

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  • Portuguese Wine Portuguese Wine

    When you think of Portugal, you probably think of a deep, sweet, fruity glass of Port, accompanied by a slice of cheese after a lovely meal. Port is a fortified wine made from red wine blended with Spanish Sherry or Brandy.

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  • French Wine French Wine

    France is probably the most famous wine region in the world, and we all know why. You will find more well-known wine varieties there than anywhere else.

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  • Eastern European Wine Eastern European Wine

    Despite having a long history of producing wines and being home to lots of excellent grape varieties, this region is still relatively new to the UK market. We're only just starting to find out about the best that Eastern Europe has to offer.

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  • Champagne Champagne

    Nobody needs to be told what sort of wine they make in Champagne, the northernmost wine-producing region of France. This area has been making sparkling white wines since the Middle Ages and has a rich heritage.

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  • Argentinian Wine Argentinian Wine

    Argentina enjoys the same ideal temperatures and climate for making wine as its neighbour Chile. But where Chileans are laid back, Argentinians tend to have a bit more passion and spark.

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  • German Wine German Wine

    Germany's vineyards lie along the Rhine river, which snakes down the western side of the country, growing grapes that are about as far north as it's possible to grow a grape. And yet they produce some of the most delicious white wines in the world.

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  • Australia Grand Wine Tour Australia Grand Wine Tour

    Morrisons Cellar takes you on a Wine tour of Ausralia.

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  • Rhone Rhone

    This is where the Romans brought their vines when they invaded, creating the birthplace of wine production in France and some of the oldest vineyards in France.

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  • Italian Wine Italian Wine

    There's a reason why Italy is such a holiday hotspot for people who love their food and wine. The Italians are known for their good living. Their dinner tables heave with copious delicious dishes and their glasses are filled with mouthwatering wines.

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  • South African Wine South African Wine

    If you have ever visited this colourful country to see its springboks and elephants, the chances are that you have returned with equally fond memories of its delicious wines.

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  • Beaujolais Beaujolais

    You might have heard of the Beaujolais Nouveau, that's the new vintage of the wine from this area, welcomed throughout the world every third Thursday of November with a week of tasting sessions.

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  • Alsace Alsace

    This area in the far east of France is best known for its intense and aromatic white wines. Unlike the rest of the country, the wines here are named by grape type rather than region.

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  • Provence Provence

    If you've been to Provence on holiday, you probably have fond memories of putting your feet up on a terrace with a glass of heavenly rose in your hand.

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  • New Zealand Wine New Zealand Wine

    New Zealand is home to a forward-thinking wine industry, says our New Zealand wine buyer, Simon Cairns. People working in wines here tend to have worked all over the world, harvesting the best ideas and practices from Europe and South Africa.

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  • Chilean Wine Chilean Wine

    With its winning combination of hot days and cool nights, its warm climate, varied landscapes, from deserts to mountains, and breezes sweeping off its long coast, Chile has the ideal conditions for growing grapes.

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  • Spanish Wine Spanish Wine

    There is more to Spain than sun, sea and Sangria, says our Spanish wine-buyer, Melissa York. She is right, Spain has more land planted with vines than any other country in the world.

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  • Burgundy Burgundy

    One of the oldest wine-making regions in France, Burgundy is small but really punches above its weight. It is home to some of the world's best white wines. This is where you'll find classic Chardonnay-based whites, including Chablis.

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  • American Wine American Wine

    The winds from the Pacific Ocean sweep over and cool down the warm state of California, making it a brilliant place for grape-growing.

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  • Bordeaux Bordeaux

    Over on the west coast of France, Bordeaux is one of the most famous French wine regions. With 120,000 hectares of vineyards, it's four times the size of Burgundy and is home to 10,000 wine producers and 57 different appellation.

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  • Chile Grand Wine Tour Chile Grand Wine Tour

    Morrisons Cellar takes you on a tour through the wine of Chile in association with Concha y Toro

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  • New Zealand Grand Wine Tour New Zealand Grand Wine Tour

    Morrisons Cellar takes you on a tour through the New Zealnd wine region.

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