They must be mad with our weather - but somehow they pull it off, and in some style!
Spain has more vineyard planted than any other European country and offers some truly exceptional wines.
Home to Champagne, Bordeaux and more, France can lay claim to the richest wine heritage of any country.
Diverse and fascinating, ranging from lively, spritzy Vinho Verde to rich sumptuous reds from the Duoro.
The wines of Italy offer breathtaking variety. From bright, fresh Pinot Grigio to the deep reds of Barolo.
South African Rosé
With a wine making history stretching back to the 17th century, South Africa is the oldest 'New World' country.
Home to giant conglomerates but also tiny quality-obsessed wineries, the USA is a huge producer of wine.
Australia truly has it all - Choose from good value fruity wines or exceptional boutique winery offerings!
Chilean wines are now among the most popular of all, since top quality is available across the price range.
New Zealand Rosé
New Zealand wines have risen from obscurity to huge popularity within 20 years. Fresh, bold flavours are key here.