MAP RESOURCES

We have put together this page with our favorite website resources and Jessica's hand drawn maps for ease of your studies.

BASIC MAPS

Maps below are hand drawn by Jessica to show you the top winemaking regions of the world. 

CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILED, INDIVIDUAL WINE REGION MAPS

 

OLD WORLD

French Wines
French Wines
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France
France
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Burgundy
Burgundy
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Italian Wines
Italian Wines
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Italy
Italy
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Tuscany
Tuscany
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Spanish Wines
Spanish Wines
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Spain
Spain
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Portuguese Wines
Portuguese Wines
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Portugal
Portugal
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Germany
Germany
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Austria
Austria
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Eastern Europe
Eastern Europe
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Japan Prefectures
Japan Prefectures
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NEW WORLD

California
California
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Oregon
Oregon
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Washington
Washington
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New York
New York
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British Columbia
British Columbia
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Ontario
Ontario
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South America
South America
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South African Wines
South African Wines
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Western Cape Regions
Western Cape Regions
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Australian Wines
Australian Wines
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New Zealand
New Zealand
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The maps and diagrams on this site are the intellectual property of JWaugh Education. The images provided here may be used non-commercially, by any user for their own personal education. These images are not to be published in any manner without the express permission of JWaugh Education. 

RECOMMENDED MAP WEBSITES

SOMMGEO

“SommGeo was born out of the concept that everything in the world of wine, spirits, sake, and beer originated from a physical place. Whether you want to learn about Burgundy, Napa Valley, Piedmont, Sherry, or Scotch; wineries and distilleries have physical locations that you can navigate to, both physically and virtually. The Diagram is a 3D experience of the wine and spirits world, where you can view an entire region or zoom in on a single vineyard, down to the meter. Read up on technical information on the associated area and producers by clicking on pop-up links. Delve into detail on varietals, bottlings, climate, vintages, production techniques, terms, soils, history, laws, parcel connections, producer summaries, and other information to make you the best professional you can be. Your virtual travels will be the next-best-thing to being there.   – Greg Van Wagner