The Wine Country

1-800 505-5564 2301 Redondo Avenue
Signal Hill, CA 90755
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We specialize in California wine, French wine, German wine, Italian wine, Spanish wine, Champagne, dry Rosé wine and are food and wine pairing specialists. Remember to bookmark us and buy wine online at The Wine Country. We stock one of largest selections anywhere of German wines, boutique wines, French wines, Champagne from small houses, and hard to find California wines. The Wine Country's Gourmet Wine Gift Baskets are unmatched for quality and value. – Description from dvoristanac

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  • Hello wine lovers! My name is Chris and I live in Woodinville wine country. We have a lot of great wine tasting rooms (Well over 125) within minutes of our front door. My wife and I have started a local company here in Woodinville that has created the worlds best portable wine holder made that is VERY innovative. This wine glass holder holds bot... Read More

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  • The world is waking up to Portuguese wines. The country's vinho uncorked a healthy discussion this past year when one of the Spanish neighbor's ports was named best wine in the world this past year. In the wake of the honor, New York Times reporter Eli Gottlieb journeyed through Portugal's Alentejo wine region. “Long a destination for travelers ... Read More

    From the article NYT Reporter Roams Though Portuguese Wine Country


  • The French are the superior wine producers, but the British don't mind floating the cost. The Financial Times is reporting that Britons will spend more on wine in the next four years than the French, according to a recent study by Vinexpo and the International Wine and Spirits Record.  “British wine lovers are set to outspend their French counte... Read More

    From the article Tally-Ho! British To Track Down, Surpass French In Wine Spending


  • Boutique wineries are the fulcrum of the Israeli wine industry and their winemakers are ready to bring the country's wines to the international stage. This past week The Daily Mail published an Agence France-Presse (AFP) story about Israel's tight network of boutique wineries, emphasizing the role the small operations play in the overall big ope... Read More

    From the article Little Israeli Wineries Trying To Make Big Splash


  • Greece, Spain, Turkey or France? It's hard to predict the world's next “it” wines; one might as well be using a crystal ball to predict the weather. However, this past week an Irish Times columnist gave his predictions about where the world's next favorite wines will come from in 2015. Reporter John Wilson said this year's predicted favorites wi... Read More

    From the article Irish Times: Where Will The World's Best Wines Come From This Year?


  • The Indian government's palate is winning the bars and minds of the people. According to the English-language Indian news site Deccan Herald, the country's policymakers are promoting the conversion of liquor-focused bars in the state of Kerala into watering holes which focus on wine and beer. This is good news for Karnataka, one of India's two t... Read More

    From the article Raising the Bar: Indian Government Promoting Creation of Wine & Beer Parlors


  • I used to think I just didn't like wine, but after finding one made from my FAVORITE grape on earth, the scuppernong/muscadine that happened to be made near where I lived, I fell into a snuggly affair with that one, the Duplin Hatteras Red and decided to try a few more.  So far, the only other wine I've tried and liked enough to purchase again i... Read More

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  • Australia sent out the call and Tasmania listened.  This past month, the small island's wine association to the south of Australia sent to the Australian government's Agricultural Competitiveness Taskforce its submission for the country's Agricultural Competitiveness Green Paper. According to the Green Paper's informational manual, the paper is ... Read More

    From the article Tasmania's Wine Industry Sends Submission for Ag Green Paper


  • Well Al, most of the wine in Germany is white and most of that is Riesling, although of course there are other whites - Schuerbe, Sylvaner, etc.. They're trying more and more reds but it's not really red country -  Dornfelder, Regent, St. Laurent, Spatburgunder, Zweigelt and others just don't come anywhere close to the whites.But Germany isn't o... Read More

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  • Al, where were you in Brazil?  It's not an easy country to visit because the Visa process is practically a deterrent.  You probably have a decent number of bottles and it seems you guys are ripping through at a good clip!  You should try and get your hands on some older California cabs.  I was looking on E-Bay the other day and there's a place b... Read More

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