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BY: Carl Hanson
The Similkameen Valley wine region enjoys the same bone-dry climate as the Okanagan Valley. The poor soils here are grape-friendly, and the vineyards lie at a steep elevation along the Similkameen River.
Weather conditions in British Columbia produce wines that are balanced between ripe fruit and mouth-watering acidity.
Take a tour of America's foremost wine-making state--and find out what foods pair best with California wines.
BY: Allrecipes Staff
More than 700 visitors took our California Wine Quiz, created by Allrecipes Food Editor Carl Hanson. See how their wine knowledge stacked up!
Of all the wine growing regions of the United States, California has the richest history, though certainly still modest by the standards of Europe.
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BY: Nancy Johnson & Carl Hanson
So you want to have some friends over for wine and cheese. Find out what makes up an ideal cheese platter and which wines you should pour.
Chilean wine is an "emerging" wine industry with a long past--find out why Chilean wine took a leap forward in the 19th century.
Take a look at some of Chile's most exciting winemaking regions and get recipes for pairing with the wines that are being made there.
Cabernet Sauvignon is the big star here, Merlot is the next most planted variety, but Syrah is closing in. Get recipes to pair with the region's wines.
Pais is the most planted grape here, but more recognizable grapes like Chardonnay, Riesling, and Gewurztraminer are also found in the Bio Bio Valley.
Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Carmenere dominate the vineyards here--get recipe suggestions for pairing with these wines.
Casablanca Valley is shaping up to be Chile's top region for white wines, excelling at Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, and Riesling.
This is primarily red wine country and a top spot for Chile's trademark grape, Carmenère.
Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Carmenere are the main wines of this Chilean wine region. They are also known for some white wine grapes grown in the cooler vineyards--find out which ones!
Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay are the major red and white grapes grown in the Maipo Valley. Learn more about this Chilean wine region and get recipes for pairing with each glass.
The Maule Valley produces more wine than any other Chilean region--find out which ones and get recipes for pairing.
The San Antonio Valley produces some of Chile's best Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir--get recipes for pairing with these wines.
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