Wine Regions of Europe

In this section we visit the wine producing countries of Europe - the Old World. From the heart of the wine world: France; through Italy, with its food-friendly wines; and countries such as Germany, Spain and Portugal, all of who have contributed so much to the evolution of wine.

We also take a look at the lesser known wine producers in Eastern Europe, and of course, not forgetting our very own blossoming wine industry in England and Wales.

France
Is French wine still leading the way?
Germany
The fabulous German Reislings of Mosel and the Rheingau ...
Greece
Although best known for its pine-flavoured Retsina, Greek wineries are now producing a wide variety of fine wines ...
Italy
Italy, home of Valpolicella, Chianti and Soave ...
Portugal
The table wines of Portugal, including the distinctive Vinho Verde ...
Spain
A look at the country most famous for Rioja and Sherry ...
United Kingdom
The UK produces aromatic whites, quality reds and superb sparkling wines ...
Eastern Europe
A look at the wines from Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, and others ...