Cellar's Wine Club Explains Differences Between Old and New World Wines With Their Latest Blog Post

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Cellars Wine Club shows how differences between Old world and New world growing techniques has produced controversy in the wine world.

Cellars Wine Club Old World Wine Versus New

Cellars Wine Club Old World Wine Versus New

The company encourages wine enthusiasts to let their five senses do the judging for them in selecting their favorite wines.

Locally based wine of the month club membership provider, Cellars Wine Club, sheds light on the Old World Wine/New World Wine controversy. By discussing the lesser known differences between these two wine growing philosophies, the company hopes to meet its goal of educating its members not only in the taste of different wines but also the history and thought processes behind winemaking.

One of the most outstanding observations between these two types of wine, the Old World Wine and the New World Wine, according to Cellars Wine Club, is the region where the grapes are grown and harvested. With the Old World Wine including Europe and areas of the Mediterranean Basin, the New World Wine encompasses a wider variety of wines producers. If a wine enthusiast were to adhere to a group based simply on variety, Cellars recommends the New World wines.

Cellars Wine Club, however, also states that the philosophies behind the productions of these wines might appeal to personal philosophies of some wine enthusiasts. For example, the Old World Wines are produced with a philosophy that is centered on tried and true methods for vine growth and crop production along with a careful selection of environment, climate, and topography. This philosophy of wine production might appeal to one group of wine enthusiasts, while the production philosophy of New World Wines might draw a very different crowd with its emphasis on scientific innovations for wine production and quality as well as the emphasis on the winemaker.

While winemaking philosophy and growth regions might pull a wine enthusiast toward one group of wines, the company encourages wine enthusiasts to let their five senses do the judging for them in selecting their favorite wines.

About Cellars Wine Club

Cellars Wine Club has been distributing wine of the month club memberships since 1999. With twelve different wine of the month club selections, the company is able to cater its wine clubs to meet any budget needs through the differing prices. They ship their wines all over the US, delivering the wine straight to its customers’ doorsteps. Cellars Wine Club does not require a monthly time commitment and allows wine of the month club members to change from one club to the next each month as desired.

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