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Wine Map
Wine Map

Wine Map
Trip Around the World

The Wine Map is a journey around the world with The Golden Spider, discovering the fruity or delicate, intense and deep or lighter and fresher notes of wines.

Each grape variety, each region of Italy and the world offers us its own distinctive red wine, rosé wine, white wine or bubbly, all to be discovered.

For enthusiasts, The Golden Spider has a really important collection of labels: over XXX wines from all over the world!

We will accompany you in the discovery and search for your favorite wine, suggesting food pairings that can enhance even its most hidden and delicate notes.

Italy

Italy has an important tradition of producing high quality wines that offer pure and unique flavors, perfect for accompanying light meals, regional cuisine and gastronomy.

From the north to the south of the nation, each vineyard has a story to tell, representative of its region of origin.

For this reason, the quality of Italian wines is appreciated all over the world.

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France

France, with its history dating back to the sixth century B.C., has always based its winemaking process on the high quality of grapes.

Thanks to this choice, it has managed to produce wines with a unique and unmistakable style, while also devising a globally recognized product classification model.

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Germany

In Germany, climate has always influenced wine production by balancing the sugar content of grapes.

In the western part of the nation, along the Rhine River and its tributaries, vines have found fertile ground for the production of wines with authentic characteristics and quality.

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Austria

Austria is home to some of the most robust and full-bodied wines in Europe.

The country's heritage is rich in native grape varieties, and its focus on quality has enabled it to produce a multitude of excellent varieties.

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Slovenia

Slovenia, thanks to its mild climate, has developed a traditional method of wine production over the centuries, resulting in dry and sweet, full-bodied and light products suitable for every pairing in the kitchen.

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Chile

Chilean wine production is based mainly on international grape varieties.

The berry grapes white predominantly grown in Chile are Chardonnay, Sauvignon and Sauvignonnasse, while red grapes include Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenère, Merlot and Pais.

A varied production with different alternatives from white to red!

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Argentina

Argentina is the world's fifth largest producer of wine and the first in Latin America.

The two most common varieties are Criolla Grande and Ceretta, while Chardonnay is the grape mainly used for white export wines.

Alongside aromatic and pleasing wines that complement a wide selection to be tried with a cut of meat that enhances its flavor.

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South Africa

A 350-year history of world-class wine production, but a newly discovered reality because of trade embargoes due to Apartheid.

The grape varieties use almost exclusively French grapes, with the exception of the local Pinotage, a cross between Cinsaut and Pinot Noir from which well-known wines are made.

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China

China represents a booming market and the world's sixth largest wine consumer.

Although mainly red wine is produced, there has been a gradual spread of bubbles in recent years.

It is a phenomenon that is gaining momentum, influenced especially by Chinese consumer habits.
And now also appreciated all over the world.

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U.S.A.

Did you know that California alone produces 90% of American wine?

Wine came to the United States with European conquerors around the 16th century, trying to exploit native American grape varieties but without success.

Here is the choice to move to California by going to cross native wines and European specialties, which constitute production with several alternatives to try at dinner.

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