Google earth tour of the German wine regions. In-depth tour of Nahe and Baden with vineyard details. Video created for the Advanced Course 2019.Read More
This is a video tour of the Côte de Nuits I made for the 2018 Advanced Sommelier Course. Moving North to South through each village and major Grand Crus. Premier crus in dark pink and Grand Crus in Purple.
Here, It stops in Vougeot, then Vosne-Romanée to compare size of vineyards.
I especially like the street view of Romanée Conti next to La Grand Rue.
The impressive hill looms over the Rhône river and the towns of Tain l'Hermitage and Tournon-sur-Rhône. The soils are mostly granitic, which provide some footing for vines to cling to on steep terraces.Read More
Map of Pomerol wine region with location and approximate holdings of each Château.Read More
Vino de Pago is a theoretical superior designation in Spain for estates within an existing D.O. The list has grown to 14 over the past few years. Here is an interactive map and single maps of each V.P.Read More
New map of Cornas with names of vineyards.Read More
Map with detail of the villages in the Côte des Blancs. Chouilly to Le Mesnil sur Oger, and a few premier cru villagesRead More
Map of Montagne de Reims, Vallée de la Marne and Côte des Blancs villages classified Grand and Premier CrusRead More
A piktochart of members of the Court of Master Sommeliers Americas by State and Country.Read More
Here is one of my favorite maps to share, an interactive one of all of California’s AVAs.
I could spend hours zooming into each AVA and toggling the base map. Better than a traditional map, this interactive makes you explore.Read More
Name the Wine Regions and Provinces of ArgentinaRead More
This video is about Mezcal producing regions of Oaxaca, Mexico - Advanced 2018Read More
Google Earth Flyover of Champagne regions. Original videos created by Fernando Beteta, MS for the 2018 Sommelier Advanced Courses.Read More
Flyover of South African Wine Regions. Advanced Course 2016Read More
Google Map of Oakville AVA with highlighted vineyards and wineries.Read More
A rare map of the Government of Champagne how it looked in the 1640's. The wine region is much smaller today.Read More
Champagne Grand Cru villages Cramant, Avize and Oiry with hand-drawn map of the single vineyards.Read More
There are 134 different lieux-dits in the Châteauneuf-du-Pape appellation. The first one dates back to 1344 and exemplifies the concept of terroir, a specific named place or vineyard area. I was inspired to draw a map with all the vineyards of CndP. Enjoy!Read More
The River Ebro snakes through each region as it heads south into the Mediterranean, however the importance of the Ebro extends past its own banks. Seven tributaries that create significant valleys.Read More