Exciting experiences await for you to walk down in vineyards smelling the fresh fragrance of grapes of your favorite wine. The taste of wine is more different and enchanting in the atmosphere where it is produced, so weather you plan to visit one location, or them all you will be sure to have a rich and flavorful experience!
1. Castello Banfi, Tuscany, Italy
The red blends of the region are some of the most flavorful wines of Italy which made it one of the most famous vineyards in the world; though it would be hard to complain if you paried ANY wine in this region with pizza!
2. Montes, Colchagua Valley, Chile
The most common grapes found here are Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Pinot Noir. Coincidentally, these grapes are of the best quality and can be bottled and enjoyed at inexpensive prices. Not to mention, it is the only wine destination in the world where the wines are aged with Gregorian chants being played in the background. Here, the hills are literally alive with the sound of music!
3. Ken Forrester, Stellenbosch, South Africa
To get a better sense of this destination, it is best to imagine a Mediterranean climate and scenery reminiscent of the Napa Valley- without the crowds. South Africa has prestige to own Stellenbosch as the wine capital of South Africa. Who would’ve thought!
4. Bodega O’ Fournier, Mendoza, Argentina
The world’s finest Malbec wine of dark purple grapes is the most famous variety of wine produced by Mendoza. The snowy mountains of the Andes accentuate the beauty of winery and its unique shape. If you were thinking it looks like a spaceship, so were we!
5. Napa Valley, California
As the American capital of food and wine, Napa Valley is heavily made from rich traditions and specialties of the family-owned and world-renowned wineries. One can easily spend a full day here exploring or a week here vacationing enjoying Beringer Vineyards and nostalgic scenery all while embracing American winemaking.
6. Felton Road, Central Otago, New Zealand
Central Otago is the southernmost wine region on the planet. The visitors as well as the workers of wineries enjoy their unique location right in the shadow of snow from the Southern Alps.
7. Bodegas Ysios, Rioja, Spain
Rioja, is the name of the infamous wine named after the iconic region of La Rioja in Spain. A winemaker in Rioja developed the first bottled version of the wine-based punch we know and love as, Sangria. Bodegas Ysios is not only famous for its wine but the unique architecture designed by Santiago Calatrava which resembles the mountains behind the winery. #WhatAView
8.Quinta do Portal, Douro Valley, Portugal
If you have had enough of white and red wines and want to taste something different, then Quinta do Portal is a place to visit! Here you can taste Port wine at its finest. At Quinta do Vesuvio, for instance, there are the rewards 15 years of great Port production to choose from. Talk about stimulating your tastebuds!
9. Chateau Lynch-Bages, Bordeaux, France
Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc grapes produce incredible Pomerol, Graves and Malbec wines that must be tasted by every wine admirer. The wines produced in Bordeaux region are synonym of high quality and punchy-flavor!
10.Peter Jakob Kuhn Oestrich, Rhein/Mosel, Germany
Trust me, the name gets easier by the glass. Here the Mosel River which creates the gorgeous backdrop for most complex and popular wines in the world lies in German landscape. With the scrumptious taste of its popular wine Riesling, Mosel have been the king of wines and been listed in top 10 wine destinations in the world.