Wines From Emerging Countries Pick Up Steam With American Consumers

Jun 21, 2014

Ray Isle is the Executive Wine Editor for Food and Wine Magazine. He says wines from emerging places like Texas, are becoming increasingly popular in the United States.
Ray Isle is the Executive Wine Editor for Food and Wine Magazine. He says wines from emerging places like Texas, are becoming increasingly popular in the United States.
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When you think of a good wine, France or California may come to mind but vintners from lesser known areas like Virginia and Croatia are stepping into the market. Executive Wine Editor at Food and Wine Magazine, Ray Isle says wine from emerging states and countries are becoming increasingly popular in the United States. He spoke with Aspen Public Radio’s Marci Krivonen during the Food and Wine Classic in Aspen.