Current and Upcoming Wine Maps

Current and Upcoming Wine Maps

Using our wine map tube labels, here are our plans for continued mapping of the wine world

We would love your input.

Current maps (including Germany which we are now putting the final touches on):

Upcoming maps:

We're now committing the resources to complete all of the maps within the next year.  To be honest, when we started, we thought it would be much easier. But we haven't compromised accuracy, fact checking or quality in putting our maps together. Thank you for your patience.

Any amount of input on our mapping would be greatly appreciated. To show our appreciation, we're giving away a set of our first six maps. To enter, simply write a response to this blog post. A winner will be chosen at random on Friday, November 15th 2014.

Please have a go at any one, a few or all of these questions:

  • Are there any other countries or specific region(s) that you would like to see as well?
  • Would you like to see more folded maps?  We launched a folded version of our Italian map but the sales were just meh - perhaps because it wasn't in a set.
  • Would a boxed set of all 12 maps (similar in format to the image below) appeal to you? What would be a fair price for this?
  • How about electronic version - Ipad, android tablet - of all of the maps? What would be a fair price for this?
  • Our current maps are 24x 36 inches. Would you like to see smaller format maps as well? Larger format?

  • Last but not least, would you like to see more countries/regions in David Gissen's amazing Metro Maps Format? In a boxed and/or electronic format as well?

Any input is greatly appreciated. Thank you for your support!


Wine Map of Italy Wine Map of South America Wine Map of California Wine Map of France Wine Map of Spain and Portugal

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  • I really enjoy the new website. I’m not a fan of the boxed set. I would love an electronic version (iPad). I like to frame my maps so the current size is perfect. I’m looking forward to the Australia map!

    Sarah Larsen on
  • I love the new website, looks great!! I do like the large format of the country maps. I also like the Bordeaux map. I think other regions would be great in a smaller size, a more portable size.

    Sonia Vaughn on
  • really like the ease of the new site, just wondering if the maps will continue to have more of the individual states and Canada provinces

    jo on
  • Love the new site. A box set of foldable maps would be great. I figure around $15-$20 per map. I’m excited for Germany! Keep ’em coming.

    Dick Snyder on
  • Love your maps, and purchase the folded versions to pass out to business associates. The Italian map is an essential. Love the new site; graphically pleasing, elegant and ultra easy to navigate.

    Jon Bruno on
  • - since you have a map of the wineries on long island, could you add the ones from the finger lakes (upstate NY) and the multitude of wineries on the niagara peninsula? How often do you plan to update the maps? – things change. a mobile app would be great. Now waiting with baited breath for the Germany map – did you capture the wineries in the elbe and unstruth valleys? – home, sweet home…

    ellen on
  • I have also purchased all of your 24″×36″ Wine Regional Maps as well as the Metro Maps of California & France. I use the Metro Maps to show where the Wineries are located, true the Metro Maps do not show geography of the different Regions but they do show where the Wineries are located to each other. I have framed all of the Wine Maps & use them when giving demos on Wine Tastings. I would enjoy having the Wine Maps in the digital format so I could project them on the screen. I put together a Wine Presentation of the Wines being shown & the digital Wine Maps would fit into the presentation very nicely. I am waiting for Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Oregon, Washington & an up to date Wine Map of California. I like the 24″ × 36″ format, any smaller and it would be hard to read. I have no use for the folded maps, sorry. When not using the Wine Maps for a presentation they are up on my walls at home to enjoy. A Wine Map of Burgundy would be a must for me-love the Wines. A larger Bordeaux Wine Map would be nice. The price you have put on your Maps has allowed me to purchased all of them. I also enjoy your new website.

    Bob Morris on
  • I’m a big fan of your maps and have had many people pause and ponder the varietals “periodic chart” as I call it. What would be fantastic and perhaps a bit beyond the scope of what is possible for you is to have the periodic chart as an interactive app for tablets. If I were to click on a varietal, up would come other bits of information, maps, etc., of its origin, alternative names, etc.

    Also, Chris mentioned a world map of wine. As I’m retiring and taking my two framed maps ($600 each for the frames and $30 for your maps may tell you that the value of your maps is far higher to me than what you asked me to pay for them.) from my office to our dining room. They will replace a large world map from 1964, the date of the construction of the house. I’d love to have a very large world wine map to go in there instead.

    Regardless, you’re doing great, great work. Congratulations on staying ahead of the game.

    Ed Trotter on
  • I like the new website. I would like to have a boxed set of the maps, I only have so much wall space and can’t imagine hanging everything, but having a ‘complete’ set available for reference would be great. Looking at ~12 maps plus a sturdy aesthetically pleasing box, I think $200 is a good price range.
    While I love the stylish look of the metro maps, I can’t see myself every buying one.

    Chris Hinsz on
  • The maps are good as reference tools teaching wine appreciation class. Would also like to see digital versions available.

    William Dunphy on

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