Great wines from unexpected regions? via /r/wine

Great wines from unexpected regions?

This is very similar to another post I saw here where Mexican Nebbiolo was recommended as an underrated wine/region. I'm wondering if there are any more examples like that of a very popular style known for being from a specific region but is also popping up elsewhere in lesser-known or unknown regions. For example, Aglianico is apparently showing up in the US and Australia, according to Wine Folly. And I know Malbec was originally from France, but it seems more difficult to find a French Malbec these days so I would count that as well.

Submitted July 15, 2019 at 09:16AM by daffyboy
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Other things to do during the weekend around Beaune via /r/wine

Other things to do during the weekend around Beaune

Domaines are typically closed to visitors at weekends, but there are are other limestone-based activities available – you could visit the Abbaye of Saint Vivant about 15 minutes drive from Beaune, and/or, the cleared and now painted quarries just above Nuits St.Georges, home to occasional concerts too…

Abbaye de Saint Vivant

Music and art… (http://villart.fr/actu/#prochainement)

Submitted July 15, 2019 at 03:11AM by billnanson
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