Wine can be made pretty much anywhere.
Decent wine requires a decent climate.
But if you want GREAT wine, you need to look toward one of the world’s great winegrowing countries — nations most often blessed by a Mediterranean climate.
Those are the countries spotlighted in The World of Wine Club, which brings members a wide array of taste-tempting wines throughout the year.
Here’s a look at some of the countries that have been featured in The World of Wine Club… and what we love about them…
FRANCE — When it comes to impressive history, no country beats France, which is responsible for some of the world’s most coveted wines from some of the world’s most famous wine regions: Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne, et al.
ITALY — Another historically important wine country, Italy also makes a wide array of wines, and reflecting its family-oriented society, almost all of them are extremely food-friendly. Many families continue a centuries-old tradition of weekly family meals, and no authentic Italian meal is complete without wine.
SPAIN — Like in Italy, food-and-wine pairing is important in Spain, which explains why the country’s tapas bars are so popular. For a wonderful social experience, it’s hard to beat sharing small plates of taste-tempting dishes, washed down by glasses of delicious Spanish wine.
AUSTRALIA — Home to some of the world’s most creative winemakers, the land Down Under produces not only fruit-forward varietal wines, but also amazing multi-varietal blends.
The World of Wine Club also features specially curated collections from Argentina, Chile and New Zealand.
In other words, wherever great wine is made, The World of Wine Club will take you there. Best of all, there’s no need for a passport.