Vineyards of the world

From 1999 to 2004, Dr Peter Dry published a series of articles in the Wine Industry Journal (now Wine & Viticulture Journal) profiling key grapegrowing regions across the world. While it is some time since these articles were published, the information they contain is still highly relevant today. The full set of articles is reproduced here with permission from the publisher, Winetitles.

Argentina


 

Mendoza

Dry, P. Shades of Australia in vineyards of Mendoza Wine Industry Journal 15 (6) : 60-61; 2000.


Canada


 

Niagara

Dry, P. Vineyards of the Niagara Peninsula. Wine Industry Journal 17 (6) : 70-71; 2002.


 

Okanagan Valley

Dry, P. Vines thrive in land of lakes and snow-capped mountains Wine Industry Journal 15 (4) : 40-41; 2000.


 

Vancouver island

Dry, P. Vancouver Island. Wine Industry Journal 18 (6) : 62-63; 2003.


Chile


 

Chile

Dry, P. Change of focus for Chile. Wine Industry Journal 16 (5) : 10-11; 2001.


China


 

Turpan

Dry, P. The Turpan Depression Wine Industry Journal 14 (2) : 61-62; 1999.


France


 

Alsace

Dry, P. Vineyards thrive on the slopes of the Vosges Wine Industry Journal 15 (5) : 60-61; 2000.


 

Chateauneuf-du-Pape

Dry, P. Châteauneuf-du-Pape Wine Industry Journal 14 (4) : 59-60; 1999.


 

Corton

Dry, P. Corton, Burgundy Wine Industry Journal 14 (5) : 52-53; 1999.


 

Hermitage

Dry, P. Roman heritage lives in the hills of Hermitage Wine Industry Journal 15 (3) : 70-71; 2000.


 

Maury

Dry, P. Maury, Roussillon, France. Wine Industry Journal 18 (1) : 74-75; 2003.


 

Medoc

Dry, P. Médoc: the jewel in the Bordeaux crown. Wine Industry Journal 18 (5) : 90-91; 2003.


 

Savoie

Dry, P. Savoie. Wine Industry Journal 19 (4) : 94-95; 2004.


 

St Emilion

Dry, P. St-Émilion. Wine Industry Journal 17 (1) : 44-45; 2002.


Germany


 

Bernkastel

Dry, P. The vineyards of Bernkastel Wine Industry Journal 14 (3) : 49-50; 1999.


 

Pfalz

Dry, P. Pfalz, Germany Wine Industry Journal 15 (2) : 49-50; 2000.


 

Rheingau

Dry, P. Riesling rules in Rheingau. Wine Industry Journal 16 (4) : 10-11; 2001.


Italy


 

Brunello di Montalcino

Dry, P. Brunello di Montalcino (Italy). Wine Industry Journal 19 (5) : 48-49; 2004.


 

Chianti Classico

Dry, P. Chianti Classico. Wine Industry Journal 19 (6) : 38-39; 2004.


 

Franciacorta

Dry, P. Franciacorta shines with Chardonnay. Wine Industry Journal 19 (1) : 22-23; 2003.


 

Trentino

Dry, P. The terraced vineyards of Trentino Wine Industry Journal 14 (6) : 74-75; 1999.


 

Valpolicella

Dry, P. Valpolicella, Italy. Wine Industry Journal 19 (3) : 98-99; 2004.


South Africa


 

Tulbagh

Dry, P. Tulbagh, South Africa. Wine Industry Journal 19 (2) : 70-71; 2004.


Spain


 

Murcia

Dry, P. Murcia Spain. Wine Industry Journal 16 (6) : 10-11; 2001.


 

Ribera del Duero

Dry, P. Ribera del Duero. Wine Industry Journal 17 (2) : 58-59; 2002.


 

Rioja

Dry, P. Rioja revival. Wine Industry Journal 17 (4) : 38-39; 2002.


 

Rueda

Dry, P. The realm of Rueda. Wine Industry Journal 17 (3) : 66-67; 2002.


United Kingdom


 

Kent

Dry, P. Kent United Kingdom. Wine Industry Journal 18 (3) : 106-107; 2003.


United States


 

Carneros

Dry, P. Carneros sparkles. Wine Industry Journal 18 (4) : 50-51; 2003.


 

Dry Creek

Dry, P. Dry Creek, Sonoma Wine Industry Journal 15 (1) : 75-76; 2000.


 

Finger Lakes

Dry, P. Finger Lake, New York. Wine Industry Journal 18 (2) : 58-59; 2003.


 

Napa Valley

Dry, P. Vienyards of Oakville- Napa Valley. Wine Industry Journal 16 (3) : 16-17; 2001.


 

Paso Robles

Dry, P. Paso Robles. Wine Industry Journal 17 (5) : 60-61; 2002.


 

Virginia

Dry, P. Virginia, USA. Wine Industry Journal 16 (1) : 83-84; 2001.


Uruguay


 

Uruguay

Dry, P. Vineyards of the Eastern Shore – Southern Uruguay. Wine Industry Journal 16 (2) : 76-77; 2001.