Category: Old World

  • Freshly aerated Cabernet Sauvignon

    What is the best Cabernet Sauvignon?

    Cabernet Sauvignon is the world's most popular red wine grape, formed as a cross from Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Franc, both native originally to France. But when it comes to Cabernet Sauvignon, what is the best?

    A simple question, with a complex answer, for one very simple reason - price! To help you find the best option, we've broken down some different Cabernet Sauvignon bottles at an array of price points, so you'll be able to find one which perfectly fits your price range. Continue reading

  • Old World New World Map

    New World Wines vs Old World Wines

    The terms "New World" and "Old World" are used as geographical references to determine the location where the wine was initially produced. Therefore, the term "old world wines" is reserved for wines produced in Europe and the Mediterranean countries. On the other hand, the world "new world wines" covers wines produced in Australia, the USA, South Africa, New Zealand, Argentina, and Chile. Continue reading