Wine’s family tree

genealogy of wine

If you are a wine geek like we are, you’ll be interested in the ancestry of Riesling, or how Cabernet Sauvignon is related to Malbec, right? Well, the kind folks at Pop Chart Lab researched the connection between wines, a project that took them all of 18 months. It is seriously intricate, as you can see. Make your way to this Huffington Post article to meet distant wine cousins with names like the Spanish Bastardo Espanol (we kid you not), Hamvas from Greece or Vranac from Montenegro. You can download a larger version of the family tree Huffington Post, the download is about 5 Megabites.

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