Are Warm Climate Wines Your Style? | Wine Folly

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Let’s walk through 4 wines from 4 regions around the world and learn how hot climates affect the taste of wine. Get the club here –

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This month’s selection features several wine regions in hot climates worth knowing. Why? Well, these regions produce top-quality wines made with international grapes. It’s a great way to taste familiar varietals and learn what makes a “warm climate” wine.

Also, it’s hard not to mention the deliciousness of these wines! Warm climates are all about ripeness and intensity – their palates feel oily with glycerol, and sweet alcohol warms the back of your throat. Perfect wines to cozy up with on a cold night.

Warm climates in South Africa, California, Spain, and Australia
We wanted to highlight some of the world’s most classic warm and hot climate wine growing regions with the varieties of Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, and Grenache (aka “Garnatxa Negra”):

• Sindicat La Figuera “Vi Sec” Garnatxa Negra 2019 Montsant, Spain
• Yering Station Shiraz-Viognier 2018 Yarra Valley, Victoria Australia
• Eberle “Vineyard Selection” Cabernet Sauvignon 2018 Paso Robles, California
• Boekenhoutskloof Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Stellenbosch, South Africa

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