You Can't Teach An Old World New Tricks

“Old World” wine refers to those from traditional wine producing regions in Europe, like France, Italy, and Spain, where winemaking practices have centuries of history. “New World” wine, on the other hand, is produced in countries like the United States, Australia, and Chile, where winemaking traditions have been influenced by their European predecessors. New World countries also usually have fewer winemaking rules or restrictions.


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