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Wine Regions of the World – Wine Maps (.kmz)

Welcome to our series, Wine Regions of the World! As part of an ongoing series, we will take you on a journey throughout the world to learn about appellations and sub-appellations, region varietals and winery information, most of which will be graphically displayed with the use of satellite imagery, maps, terrain data using Google Map and Google Earth technology.

Wine maps are useful whether you are educating yourself about a particular region, involved in planning your next wine country trip or simply interested in looking at all of the great information our maps provide. To date, our list is small, but we will continue to build upon this list until all regions are covered.

We hope you enjoy and appreciate the Wine Regions of the World series. To get started, click on one of the regions or maps below, and check back often as we reveal and release the next great region!

AUSTRALIA
Hunter Valley
FRANCE
Rhône
Châteauneuf-du-Pape
Côte-Rôtie
Vacqueyras
NEW ZEALAND
Hawks Bay
SPAIN
La Rioja
USA
California
Anderson Valley
Paso Robles
Idaho
Snake River Valley
New York
Finger Lakes
Oregon
Willamette Valley
Washington
Walla Walla

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50 Responses to “Wine Regions of the World – Wine Maps (.kmz)”

  1. Deborah says:

    Great start. Now…
    1) Let’s see all those other Oregon and OR/WA AVAs! See Greg Jones, SOU wine climatologist, for GIS data.
    2) Bordeaux, SVP?
    3) Portugal? (I’m going in January-) (Alentejo, Douro)

  2. enobytes says:

    Looks like I have my work cut out for me! I’m on it Deborah and thanks for the contact name. ~Pamela

  3. Marco says:

    Very nice!
    How about the new Portuguese region Tejo ?

  4. enobytes says:

    Marco, thanks for the suggestion! Do you know where I might find a map of the region and winery names for the area? This would help tremendously! ~Pamela

  5. Marco says:

    Hi Pamela, actually i can! I work in Tejo wines, so i can provide you info, and lots of contacts. I´ll email some details of the region a.s.a.p.!

  6. enobytes says:

    That would be awesome Marco, thank you.

  7. Marco says:

    Hello again, Pamela! Sorry for the delay but i have been translating our site… Go to http://www.cvrtejo.pt , English version, and you´ll find info on the region and a list of our producers. Later i´ll add more details.
    Marco

  8. enobytes says:

    Awesome, Marco, thank you.

  9. Bob Johnston says:

    South African wines are having a big impact all over the world, but no mention on this site. Why?

  10. enobytes says:

    One of these days we’ll get to the SA map Bob! Lots of work in these maps and we unfortunately haven’t had the time to finish them…

  11. Barry Schenck says:

    This is a wonderful write-up, I located your weblog researching bing for a related subject matter and arrived to this. I couldnt come across to much different information and facts on this blog, so it was wonderful to find this one. I probably will end up being back again to look at some other articles that you have another time.

  12. Morgan says:

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  13. Margret Schauf says:

    Great review! You actually overviewed some nice news in your post. I came across it by using Yahoo and I’ve got to admit that I already subscribed to the RSS feed, will be following you on my iphone :)

  14. herndon virginia says:

    Great information. Thank you for posting this map. Love it!

  15. Nickolas Taruer says:

    I am actually studying these regions, so thanks for your for your help!

  16. Ronna Ernst says:

    Salutations! Very good tip on this article!

  17. Brandon says:

    Thanks for the advice. Will put it to work!

  18. Jax says:

    Its like you read my mind! I’ve been searching for wine maps because I have many vineyard trips planned. Magnificent blog, fantastic read. I will definitely be back.

  19. Sana Yamauchi says:

    Hello there! I know this is kinda off topic but I’d figured I’d ask. Would you be interested in exchanging links or maybe guest authoring a blog article or vice-versa? My site covers a lot of the same subjects as yours and I think we could greatly benefit from each other. If you’re interested feel free to send me an e-mail. I look forward to hearing from you! Terrific blog by the way!

  20. Ernesto says:

    Great series, bless you!

  21. brebbon says:

    I do love the way you have presented this map. Thanks!

  22. winemaster says:

    Way cool, love this map.

  23. markhenrle says:

    Hello, I adore your site and the wine region maps. Will you make one for Italy soon? Bless you.

  24. vela says:

    I enjoy this series but you are making me spend too much time on Google Maps!!!! :)

  25. Erkek says:

    Been reading you guys for a while now so how did I miss these wine maps??? Good stuff.

    • enobytes says:

      Well, lets just say Google ate our maps, sort of like the dog eating my homework (no, seriously!). Our maps disappeared for a bit and magically reappeared. Long story :)

  26. Tamra says:

    Fantastic post altogether, you just gained a new reader.

  27. spice says:

    Definitely a great series of maps, much better than most I’ve found on the internet. Kudos!

  28. jumpmen says:

    Awesome maps, and can’t wait to see more!

  29. plusieurs says:

    Cela a été une carte de grands vins! Allez-vous créer plusieurs cartes pour les régions françaises?

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