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Wine by the Glass

Wine by the Bottle

Ancient Civilization Wine

Phoenician trade routes: Morocco, Israel, Lebanon, Greece, Cyprus, 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 Wine

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 Wine

"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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