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Regionality

A term coined in the New World, especially in Australia and California, which describes the dependence of the distinctive characteristics of a wine on the climatic and soil-specific location of a vineyard. It is, however, less geographically defined than the French appellation and also not to be understood as comprehensively as terroir. See also under AVA and Generic.

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