Here is Part 2 of this series covering notable wine regions from contributing author Cormac Reynolds:
Baden is known as one of Germany’s sunniest regions. Situated on the southwest border of Germany, in-between France and Switzerland, Baden is home to a wealth of vineyards that are nestled in-between a stunning backdrop of rolling hills, expansive forests and half-timbered villages.
With its idyllic location and reputation for producing some of the world’s finest wines, this is a place where you can taste a wide range of distinctive wines that have been grown on basalt, loess souls and granite!
Baden is surely a notable wine region due to it’s reputation and unique location.
For many of us, if we are asked to name a country notorious for it’s culinary delights and host of stunning wines, Italy instantly springs to mind. Am I right?
Affecteonality known as the “Green Heart of Italy”, Umbria is a land that boasts green rolling hills and valleys, olive groves, and unspoiled vineyards that are responsible for a catalogue of fantastic wine lists that can be enjoyed in around the region.
Umbria is definitely a notable wine region due to it’s rolling hills and expansive catalogue.
Walla Walla, USA
Only a 50-minute flight from Seattle, Walla Walla in the USA is home to more than 120 wineries, and countless vineyards that are responsible for producing an international wine list enjoyed by thousands.
With its wide appeal and idyllic scenery, Walla Walla is mostly known for its friendly, welcoming nature – accommodating tourists from all corners of the globe. If you decide to visit the area, make sure you head to Oregon – some of the world’s best and most visited vineyards can be found here.
Umbria is undoubtedly a notable wine region due to it’s friendly nature and cool environment.
Cormac Reynolds is a lover of fine wine and food. He has worked in the food industry for a number of years and has a great passion for wine. You can get in contact with him via twitter using his handle @brightoncormac