Vino One is a new series of maps by De Long that are more graphic and concise than the current maps. They're a result of both listening to customers and further developing their craft.
See the detailed view of the NW Spain Region below
Aussie winelovers are interested in this region because this is where the exciting Mencia variety comes from.
The original De Long Wine Map of Spain and Portugal was packed with detail. All official Spanish and Portuguese wine regions were included. It was complicated to fit them all into one page.
The Vino One series represents a significant advance in the clarity and conciseness of wine cartography. They are smaller than the regular De Long maps - 16 x 20 inches instead of 24 x 36 inches. For those of us in the Metric Universe that is about 410mm x 510mm.
However, the maps retain nearly the same level of detail while adding helpful information about vineyard areas and grape varieties.
Aussie wine lovers are interested in this region as many of the popular, and less common, wine varieties used in Australia are prominent here.
Note: Unlike the classic De Long Map this one does not include the wine regions of Portugal.
The cost of this map is $40 for mailing to Australian addresses, including postage. This compares favourably with the price of USD 30 if you order directly from the US, plus you'd have a hefty shipping cost as well.
If you only want one map of Spain you can order directly from my PayPal account.
If you want more than one map (you can mix and match with Vino One or other wine maps) I can give you a discount. Please contact me with full details of the maps that you require, and I will send you an invoice which you can pay via PayPal or direct deposit.
To order these maps from outside Australia please visit De Long's website.
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