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Wine by the Glass

Ancient Civilizations

Phoenician trade routes: Morocco, Israel, Lebanon, Greece, Sicily, etc. The wines of Phoenicia had such an enduring presence in the Greek and Roman world that the adjective "Bybline" – from the Phoenician town of Byblos – became a byword denoting wine of high quality

Old World

Roman spread of viticulture, "Old World" countries have a long-established history of wine production and are predominately from Western Europe – most notably France, Italy, Germany, Spain, and Portugal – These are the original sources of the New World's vitis vinifera vines

New World

"Immigrant" vines from the Old World. Wines produced outside the traditional wine-growing areas of Europe and the Middle East – Argentina, Australia, Chile, New Zealand, South Africa and the United States

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