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The term 'new world' refers to wine produced in new world wine producing countries such as New Zealand, America, Australia, Chile, Argentina, or South Africa- in essence, all wine producing countries outside of Europe. They are referred to as New World because these countries did not start producing wine until the 15th, 16th, or 17th centuries.

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