Did I ever mentioned that I am a wine enthusiast?! Well yes... I totally am ! Even though I don't drink wine all of the time, I like to enjoy a good wine here and there. During college I took a course to learn about the wines of the new world because I wanted to learn something outside my major..I know what you are saying "Great pick Stephanie" ! Well I believe it was definitely worth it. The professor was very good at explaining the history of each geographic location where the different types of grapes are harvested. If I had the opportunity of retaking this class or the other classes in this segment, I would definitely do it. In this post I will share a picture gallery of some of the wines that I had the pleasure to taste. A few things I've learned from this class include a more developed sense of smelling the different aromas notes, and flavors. The wines of the new world class depicted the different geographical locations from which the different types of grapes grow. The main locations we learned about were Australia, Africa, France, Italy, Argentina, and New Zealand. When I am on the search for a good wine I take the location into consideration because the type of terrain the grapes grow will determine how great the wine will be. That's right ! each type of vine grows best in their specific locations and that is why researching the company beforehand can give you a greater experience on which wines to buy. Click the link below for more.