Mendoza, Argentina Retail $12-$14
Catalonia, Spain Retail $10-$13
Minho, Portugal Retail $10-$11
Aix-en-Provence, France Retail $12
Maule Valley, Chile Retail $17
Los Carneros, California Retail $10
Retail $13-$17 The number of wineries in Washington state has increased 400 percent in the last decade and the state is second to California in wine production.
Cotes de Provence, France
Retail $16-$20 Dry rose is on a roll, with sales volumes increasing by 20-40 percent annually and demand extending year round.
Retail $15-$17 Tokaj, one of Hungary's northeastern wine regions, produces many sweet dessert wines, but it also makes this semi-dry blend.
Retail $17-$20 Malbec, a French varietal best known for its use in Bordeaux blends, thrives in the high altitudes of Argentina's largest wine region, Mendoza, at the edge of the Andes Mountains.
Retail $20-$22 Northern Spain's Rioja region is the nation's answer to France's Bordeaux.
Retail $10-$16 Located in central Italy among hilly terrain, Umbria is the only region without a coastline, which means there are no maritime influences on its grapes.