This map of Washington's wine country shows the different wine regions along with some of the larger, more popular cities and towns. Click on the wine regions for a complete guide of wineries and wine tasting rooms in that area or click on one of the cities for information about what to. In Healdsburg wine map, we list the best and most exciting wineries in this area of Sonoma County. You can print the Healdsburg wine map from its PDF file to take along with you on your trip. The Healdsburg wine country area has some of the most beautiful backroads where travelers can discover small family-owned wineries. Don’t forget to book your Healsdburg lodging choices and make your.
Wine maps are all the rage
“Wine is geography in a glass,” Hugh Johnson said recently. He and Jancis Robinson were in town to promote the new edition of the World Atlas of Wine. He said that back in 1970, the publisher was unsure if a book of wine maps would really fly. So he had to impress upon the publisher how wine and maps were a natural fit. The market shouted a reply: by 1973, the book had sold 500,000 copies. Lifetime, he said, the volume has sold more than 5 million copies.
The book gained a new lease on life when Jancis Robinson became a co-author in the fifth edition. Jancis and her team do the heavy lifting now and this eighth edition has been fully revised. The tome has added new areas of coverage such as the Savoie and the Judean Hills. In all, it has 300,000 words, 230 maps, 400+ pages and weighs almost five pounds. Even with all this heft, it is admittedly not going to be the last word on any region. But, because of its breadth, it is often the first word for many readers, particularly on far-flung regions.
Someone recently asked me what is the one wine book I would recommend: this is it. If you are trying to generally to learn more about wine and have a slightly more than casual interest, and are not looking for a edge-of-your-seat narrative, this is the one for you. I consult to a restaurant where I put together the wine list and work with the staff. I have this book on the shelf there. It is essential. I use it all the time to show where wines hail from. It’s useful to drill down from a country map, to a regional map and then even villages to let the staff and even some guests see where the wines come from.
There is really a ton of interest in wine maps. Many are available on the internet, but it is fun to really pore over a map in your hands, such as this World Atlas of Wine, or hang them on the wall. Steve DeLong has been making the latter for a decade now, blending his architect’s visual sensibility with his love and knowledge of wine. He has a kickstarter going now for a new product, “Wine Maps of the World.” This set of foldable maps blend cartographic precision with a good design aesthetic. His kickstarter campaign has raised/sold $50,000 and has four days to go.
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Whether you’re hoping to locate your favorite winery or need inspiration for a wine tasting itinerary along the Silverado Trail, our handy winery map makes it easy to view Napa Valley’s wineries all in one place. We’ve even included helpful details like which wineries require reservations and which accept walk-ins. Order a Napa Valley winery map in advance of your wine country vacation. Click Here.
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Though only 30 miles long and five miles across at its widest point, don’t let Napa Valley’s size fool you; Napa Valley is home to 16 distinct sub-appellations, each with unique microclimates, soil types, and grapes planted. Download our map to better understand the region, then read our introduction to Napa Valley AVAs
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