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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  • These maps are useful tools that make great additions to the cellar or study walls of anyone who appreciates wine. I would like to see electronic versions as well. Taking into consideration the lower production costs for electronic versions and competitive offerings, I think $3-5/map would be a good price point.

    Colin on
  • Steve, the current map size is just right for me. I have one and a friend has a different one that we both just think are great! The folded version would be a good idea. The rolled,hang version is what we both own and refer to constantly. Thank you so much.

    joseph kelly lahey on
  • Neglected to add New York State, Texas, Canada.

    Valerie on
  • Hi
    I am most likely to hang a map on the wall, would need small versions to have room, perhaps sized to a standard frame size so custom-framing would not be necessary. Ipad format would be of interest, too — $5 per map would seem of interest to me. It would seem like a nice marketing avenue might be wine clubs and classes focused on specific regions, i.e., a “take home” at a class featuring Australian wines would be a nice map, maybe with some sort of markers for the wineries featured.

    Valerie Jarvie on
  • I would absolutely be interested in app versions of the maps. I’m in the sales part of the business and your maps would blow away what is currently out there. $2.99-$4.99 per map would work.

    Scott Clayton on
  • Preparing for a staff update on some wines, and was thinking it would be great to bring along a few maps. I was looking at the ones I have on the wall, and thinking this is too much to cart along. What if I drop one? However, the folded set would be ideal for this purpose!

    Burgundy map is a must. Also in need of Australia and New Zealand maps.

    Richard on
  • Love what you do – keep it up!
    As for folded maps, maybe they’re not a hit because people would rather hang than fold. Seems that full sets would be a hit for wine schools(?).
    Electronic versions? Yes! How much? Five bucks per map, maybe?
    And, to the question of expanding the Metro Maps – sorry, but you lost me with CA. The Metro is the Metro…only in Paris.

    Noel Kaplan on
  • I second the $100 box set – I think that would be a great retail price point. How about an eastern Europe map. I too like the idea of electronic maps for both Ipad and Android, but I think $3-$5 each would be the limit. I think the size you have now is perfect. Thanks for doing such a good job.

    Jeff Cameron on
  • Steve, I love your maps. I think electronic versions would be fantastic. I also like the letter size region maps (I am in sales and it’s nice to have them on hand when the need arises. Immediate reference tool.) More of those would be awesome! Thanks.

    Jessie McKeon on
  • See my answers in all caps

    •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? YES!

    •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? YES! THE METRO MAPS ARE FANTASTIC. I’D BUY THEM ALL FOR SURE.

    Xavi Tores on

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