Introduction to New World
Wine
Where in the world
• Old World vs New World
• Example: Argentina, Australia, Canada,
Chile, Mexico, New Zealand, South Afr...
Characteristics
• Style
• Varietal/ Generic Labelling
• Marketing
Old World Vs. New World
• Region Vs. Varietal.
• Decades of ageing Vs. Months before
consumption.
• Mysticism and Romance ...
ARGENTINA
Location on the World Wine Map
ORIGIN
• Mass European
immigration.
• Vineyards around
Andes
• 90% Flood
irrigation
• Organic wine
production
• Promotes M...
Sub-regions
• Mendoza
• San Juan
• Cafayate
• Rio Negro
Commonly used Grape
Varieties
• Malbec
• Torrontés
• Bonarda
• Tempranillo
• Chardonnay
• Cabernet Sauvignon
• Muscat
Famous Houses
• Terrazas Infinitus
AUSTRALIA
DOWN UNDER
PAST PRESENT FUTURE
• First recognised in 1788 in NSW
• Quickly gained sight on the world map
• Promote grape variety than...
Sub-regions
• Victoria
• Tasmania
• Western Australia
• South Australia
• New South Wales
Commonly Planted Grape
varieties
• Chardonnay
• Sauvignon Blanc
• Semillon
• Cabernet Sauvignon
• Shiraz
• Pinot Noir
Famous Houses
• Penfolds Yering station
Chile
Location on the World Wine Map
Soil:
Clay, Loam, Limestone, Tuffeau
Climate:
Maritime influence, Mediterranean climate, Humboldt current
Grape varieties:...
Quality Classification
• Not based on European system
• Minimum 75% of grape variety, vintage and region mentioned.
Major Wine Styles Produced
Fruity clean reds and whites, pink, sparkling and sweet (late harvest)
wines.
Major Wine Produc...
Famous Houses:
•Casillero del Diablo
•Cono Sur
THE UNITED STATES,
CANADA AND MEXICO
Location on the World Wine Map
ORIGIN
• Immigrants grew vine
• Vineyards in all states
• Wine laws: AVA
• Fourth largest wine producer
• California, Wash...
Soil:
Clay, Loam, Limestone, Tuffeau
Climate:
Mediterranean climate
Grape Varieties:
Red & White- You name it we have it
Quality Classification
• AVA i.e. Napa Valley, Santa Barbera
• Not based on European system
• Minimum 75% of grape variety...
Major Wine Styles Produced
Fruity clean reds and whites, pink, sparkling
and sweet (late harvest) wines.
Major Wine Produc...
Famous Houses:
• Titus Silver Thread
Canada
Location on the World Wine Map
CANADA
• Biggest Ice-Wine
maker
• Semi-continental
climate
• Still wines too
• Calcareous +
limestone Soil
• Houses: Cave ...
Mexico
Location on the World Wine Map
MEXICO
• 4th
largest viticulture
• Hecho en Mexico
• Sandy soil
• Coastal influence
• Drip irrigation
• Full bodied reds
•...
South Africa
Location on the World Wine Map
Map of South Africa
Soil:
Clay, Sand & Shale
Climate:
Mediterranean climate, Coastal influence
Grape varieties:
Red: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlo...
Major Wine Producing Areas
Constantia: The region contributes excellent whites from Sauvignon Blanc.
Stellenbosch: well kn...
Famous Houses:
Iona Thelema
New Zealand
Location on the World Wine Map
Map of New Zealand
Soil:
Free draining Alluvial soil
Climate:
Maritime climate
Grape varieties:
Red: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Fra...
Major Wine Producing Areas
North Island
Auckland
Gisborne
Hawkes Bay
Wellington
South Island
Marlborough
Nelson
Canterbury...
Famous Houses:
Cloudy Bay Anthem
Wines of India
• Indian wines getting Recognition
• Growth rate is 9%
• Maximum export to European Countries
including Fra...
Grover Vineyards
Sula Vineyards
Grape Variety
• Cabernet Shiraz
• Chenin Blanc
• Syrah
• Chardonnay
• Cabernet Sauvignon
Regions
• Nasik (Maharastra State): Biggest wine producing
region in India. This region includes Pune, Nasik and
Ahmed Nag...
Wine Brands in India
• Indage Wines- Indage, based in Narayangaon
- on the Pune-Nashik Road. The famous
‘Chantilli’ came o...
Cont..
• Sankalp Wines- The Company is situated
in the Vinchur Wine Park, on the outskirts
of the Nashik city of Maharasht...
Introduction to new world wine
Introduction to new world wine
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  • Argentina emerged as a wine country in later half of the 19th century due to mass immigration from Europe. Mainly Italians, swiss and spanish moved to the country and planted vineyards around Andes.
    Vineyards are located in the rain-shadow area of Andes thus the rainfall is less. That’s why irrigation is used. 90% vineyards attain flood irrigation with water derived from rivers and mountains around them.
    As the area is dry, there are fewer problems of rot or mildew, thus, the vineyards are organically treated and so are the wines.
    For marketing, Malbec and torrontes are promoted. Immigrants brought international varieties too like Bonarda, Barbera, Sangiovese from Italy and tempranillo from spain. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, syrah and Chardonnay are promoted as well
    Argentina was the first country in S.America to have DOC. Both were in Mendoza.
    Production-wise, mendoza and san juan together account for 90% of Argentinean wines.
  • Wine production in Australia in more than 200 years old now. Potential of wine growing and making in India was first recognized in NSW by the mayor of the city.
    Came to notice for its quality wines. From rapid plantations and investment, construction of wineries and use of modern equipment, all came at a great speed.
    Small local domestic market when started. Now its grown manifolds.
    Introduced the idea of informative back labels and designer eye-catching front label
    Took over France to become biggest exporter of wines to UK. In 1984, export only 4% of total production which has now grown up to over half and is still growing
    Quaffable wines: wines that are meant to be consumed within 6 months from its production. Thus, a cash crop
  • Chile is a country in South America which is 4,300 km long and just 177km wide. The country is rich in geographic and climatic diversity rarely found in a single country.
  • Chile provides nearly perfect vine growing conditions in the world. This is contributed to the winds blowing from the Pacific, water from snow melt from Andes and absence of Phylloxera.
  • The soil composition of Chile's vineyards varies from the clay dominated landscapes of Colchagua, which is thus heavily planted with the clay-loving Merlot, to the mixture of loam, limestone and sand found in other regions. In the southern Rapel and parts of Maule, tuffeau soil is present with volcanic soil being found in parts of Curico and Bio-Bio.
    Chile’s geographic barriers—the Atacama Desert to the north, the Andes Mountains to the east, the Patagonian ice fields to the south, and the Pacific Ocean to the west—make Chile a veritable agricultural island.The climate is varied with the northern regions being very hot and dry compared to the cooler, wetter regions in the south. In the Aconcagua region there is a maritime influence due to cold Humboldt current from the Pacific which can bathe a vineyard with a blanket of cool air.
  • Chile's wine laws are more similar to the US appellation system than to European classification of Table wine and quality wine. Chile's system went into effect in 1995 and established the boundaries of the countries wine regions and established regulations for wine labels. There are no restrictions of grape varieties, viticultural practices or winemaking techniques. Wines are required to have at least 75% of a grape variety if it is listed on the label as well as at least 75% from the designated vintage year. To list a particular wine region, 75% is also the minimum requirement of grapes that need to be from that region. Similar to the United States, the term Reserve has no legal definition or meaning.
  • Central valley is the most important wine region. 905 of exports from Chile are contributed from this region.
  • America was not a vinegrowing country. It were the British Dutch and French immigrants who planted vineyards on the eastern seaside.
    Germans planted native American vines. All 50 states have vineyards, some with american vines and some with european vines on american rootstocks.
    America has fedral and state law system. By the fedral alcohol beureau, in 1978, American Viticultural Areas (AVA) was instituted that guarantees the source of the wines but not quality. If AVA is mentioned, 85% of the wine should come from that area.
    USA is the most important wine producer and consumer in the world outside Europe. Only spain italy and france makes more wines than USA.
    California, Washington, New York State, Canada + Mexico remain the most important wine regions. California tops the chart in terms of quality and quantity both
  • Canada makes the biggest proportion of Ice-Wine in the world. Ice –wine in Canada is produced in the Niagara Peninsular and Ontario which offers mild conditions with water bodies around. The wines are made using Riesling and Vidal. Canada makes over half a million litres of Ice-Wine per year.
    Canada also makes bone dry Riesling, some Chardonnay, Pinot noir, Cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, merlot and Syrah. Calcareous soil aids Rieslings and Pinot Noir while Limestone is good for the Pinot family
    North is dominated by calcareous soil while the south enjoys limestone.
  • Mexico is the 4th largest viticultural area of latin america. Majority of the production goes in to distilling brandy, table grapes and making raisins.
    Hecho en Mexico must be put on the label if the wine is made entirely from grapes grown in Mexico.
    Mexico has a costal influence from the cold Alaska currents that’s causes morning fogs, humidity
    Drip irrigation is the major source of watering the vineyards for which water is drawn from the nearby subterranean aquifers.
    The most successful wines of the region are fuller bodied red wines. Petit Sirah and Zinfandel are particularly successful.
  • South Africa lies in Southern hemisphere. It must be noted that wine has been made in this country by over 350 years but it it still classed under new World. comes
  • which was implemented in 1973 with a hierarchy of designated production regions, districts and wards.
  • Introduction to new world wine

    1. 1. Introduction to New World Wine
    2. 2. Where in the world • Old World vs New World • Example: Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, Mexico, New Zealand, South Africa and the United States
    3. 3. Characteristics • Style • Varietal/ Generic Labelling • Marketing
    4. 4. Old World Vs. New World • Region Vs. Varietal. • Decades of ageing Vs. Months before consumption. • Mysticism and Romance Vs. Practicality and Approachability. • High Price Vs low Price.
    5. 5. ARGENTINA
    6. 6. Location on the World Wine Map
    7. 7. ORIGIN • Mass European immigration. • Vineyards around Andes • 90% Flood irrigation • Organic wine production • Promotes Malbec + Torrontes • DOC in 1992
    8. 8. Sub-regions • Mendoza • San Juan • Cafayate • Rio Negro
    9. 9. Commonly used Grape Varieties • Malbec • Torrontés • Bonarda • Tempranillo • Chardonnay • Cabernet Sauvignon • Muscat
    10. 10. Famous Houses • Terrazas Infinitus
    11. 11. AUSTRALIA
    12. 12. DOWN UNDER
    13. 13. PAST PRESENT FUTURE • First recognised in 1788 in NSW • Quickly gained sight on the world map • Promote grape variety than region • Wine legislation: Geographical Indication (GI) • Biggest exporter to UK • Introduced screwcap • 90% produce quaffable wines • Phylloxera hit in 1875
    14. 14. Sub-regions • Victoria • Tasmania • Western Australia • South Australia • New South Wales
    15. 15. Commonly Planted Grape varieties • Chardonnay • Sauvignon Blanc • Semillon • Cabernet Sauvignon • Shiraz • Pinot Noir
    16. 16. Famous Houses • Penfolds Yering station
    17. 17. Chile
    18. 18. Location on the World Wine Map
    19. 19. Soil: Clay, Loam, Limestone, Tuffeau Climate: Maritime influence, Mediterranean climate, Humboldt current Grape varieties: Red: Pais, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Carménère, Zinfandel, Petite Sirah, Cabernet franc, Pinot noir, Syrah, Malbec, Carignan White: Chardonnay, Sauvignon blanc, Sémillon, Riesling, Viognier, Torontel, Pedro Ximénez, Gewürztraminer and Muscat of Alexandria
    20. 20. Quality Classification • Not based on European system • Minimum 75% of grape variety, vintage and region mentioned.
    21. 21. Major Wine Styles Produced Fruity clean reds and whites, pink, sparkling and sweet (late harvest) wines. Major Wine Producing Areas Aconcagua Region- The region contributes excellent whites from Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay and reds from Pinot Noir. Central Valley Region- most important, 90% exports from here. Outanding source of old Cabernet vines, Merlot and Carmenère. Southern Region- Produces aromatic whites from Riesling and Gewurztraminer
    22. 22. Famous Houses: •Casillero del Diablo •Cono Sur
    23. 23. THE UNITED STATES, CANADA AND MEXICO
    24. 24. Location on the World Wine Map
    25. 25. ORIGIN • Immigrants grew vine • Vineyards in all states • Wine laws: AVA • Fourth largest wine producer • California, Washington, New York State, Canada + Mexico
    26. 26. Soil: Clay, Loam, Limestone, Tuffeau Climate: Mediterranean climate Grape Varieties: Red & White- You name it we have it
    27. 27. Quality Classification • AVA i.e. Napa Valley, Santa Barbera • Not based on European system • Minimum 75% of grape variety, vintage and region mentioned.
    28. 28. Major Wine Styles Produced Fruity clean reds and whites, pink, sparkling and sweet (late harvest) wines. Major Wine Producing Areas • California • Washington • Oregon • New York
    29. 29. Famous Houses: • Titus Silver Thread
    30. 30. Canada
    31. 31. Location on the World Wine Map
    32. 32. CANADA • Biggest Ice-Wine maker • Semi-continental climate • Still wines too • Calcareous + limestone Soil • Houses: Cave Spring, Le Clos Jordanne, Inniskillin (Ice-Wine), Lailey
    33. 33. Mexico
    34. 34. Location on the World Wine Map
    35. 35. MEXICO • 4th largest viticulture • Hecho en Mexico • Sandy soil • Coastal influence • Drip irrigation • Full bodied reds • Houses: Calaghan Vineyards, Gruet, Viviano.
    36. 36. South Africa
    37. 37. Location on the World Wine Map
    38. 38. Map of South Africa
    39. 39. Soil: Clay, Sand & Shale Climate: Mediterranean climate, Coastal influence Grape varieties: Red: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinotage, Pinot noir, Shiraz, Ruby Cabernet White: Chardonnay, Sauvignon blanc, Sémillon, Muscadel, Hanepoot Quality Classification: • 60 appellations within the Wine of Origin (WO) system Major Wine Styles Produced Fruity clean reds and whites, pink, sparkling and sweet (late harvest) wines.
    40. 40. Major Wine Producing Areas Constantia: The region contributes excellent whites from Sauvignon Blanc. Stellenbosch: well known for Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinotage and Shiraz. Whites used are Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc & Chenin Blanc Franschhoek Valley: Full flavoured whites with noticeable acidity. Breede River Valley: Chardonnay, Shiraz, Muscadel & Hanepoot wines Overberg: Sauvignon Blanc from Elgin Paarl: Produces Fortified wines
    41. 41. Famous Houses: Iona Thelema
    42. 42. New Zealand
    43. 43. Location on the World Wine Map
    44. 44. Map of New Zealand
    45. 45. Soil: Free draining Alluvial soil Climate: Maritime climate Grape varieties: Red: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Pinot noir, Shiraz, Malbec, Tempranillo, Sangiovese White: Chardonnay, Sauvignon blanc Riesling, Gewürztraminer, Pinot Gris, and less commonly ,Chenin Blanc, Pinot Blanc, Müller-Thurgau and Viognier., Major Wine Styles Produced Fruity clean reds and whites, pink & sparkling
    46. 46. Major Wine Producing Areas North Island Auckland Gisborne Hawkes Bay Wellington South Island Marlborough Nelson Canterbury Otago
    47. 47. Famous Houses: Cloudy Bay Anthem
    48. 48. Wines of India • Indian wines getting Recognition • Growth rate is 9% • Maximum export to European Countries including France • Grover Vineyards' (Bangalore based Winery) premier red wine, La Reserve, has been named as one of the top-ranking wine brands in the world market by the Decanter magazine.
    49. 49. Grover Vineyards
    50. 50. Sula Vineyards
    51. 51. Grape Variety • Cabernet Shiraz • Chenin Blanc • Syrah • Chardonnay • Cabernet Sauvignon
    52. 52. Regions • Nasik (Maharastra State): Biggest wine producing region in India. This region includes Pune, Nasik and Ahmed Nagar. It is above 800 meter sea level. Several top wineries are located in this area including Chateau Indage and Sula Wines. • Sangali (Maharastra State): This region includes Solapur, Sangali, Satara and Latur. It is above 800 meter sea level. • Bangalre (Karnataka State): Nandi Hills located about around 45 kilometer North of Bangalore City. Grover Vineyards is located in Nandi Hills. It is above 800 meter sea level. • Himachal : It is located at Northern India. It is upcoming state for the wine production. Temperature varies from 20 C to 40 C. Unique Climate of this region attracts the wine make to produce delicate wine grapes.
    53. 53. Wine Brands in India • Indage Wines- Indage, based in Narayangaon - on the Pune-Nashik Road. The famous ‘Chantilli’ came out in the year 1989. The wine brand was the first to make wines that were ‘bottled in India’, • Grover Vineyards- Grover Vineyards, the Bangalore-based winery, was established in the year 1989. • Sula Wines- Sula Wines, launched in the year 2000, wineries based in Maharashtra.
    54. 54. Cont.. • Sankalp Wines- The Company is situated in the Vinchur Wine Park, on the outskirts of the Nashik city of Maharashtra. It launched its brand Vinsura Wines in 2003. • Vintage Wines- Vintage Wines, yet another winery situated near Nashik, has been given the credit of producing one of the best wines in India today.
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