Explore and experience the beauty of drinking different flavours of wine with each representing various culture and traditions.
There is nothing more captivating than a trip toa beautiful vineyard and tasting some of the finest produce available. If you’re lucky, and really keen on exploring the finer things in life, you could get lucky at getting access to the best vintages available at the vineyard’s cellar.
Each wine style like: Sherry, Madeira or even in that case for Champagne, which all belong to the same family, represent different cultures and traditions of a nation.But what are the factors that make each wine different and how do we judge the quality of a wine? If it’s fresh, light and contains good amount of acidity, the drink is worth its money. So, making sure that you get to taste some of the best wines from around the corner, we bring you five amazingly captivating places with some of the finest vineyards that spell scenic beauty and are sure to leave you awestruck.
World-class wines and a warm welcome by the winemakers will make your trip to Burgundy memorable and delightful. Just to make it easier for you to enjoy your holiday, always remember that there are only two grape varieties used for making all the vintages across the nation. One is Pinot Noir and the other one is Chardonnay, highly elegant, aromatic and complex grapes available in Burgundy.
Tuscany has always been always been the home to some of the world’s most notable wine regions which includes Chianti, Montalcino, and San Gimignano. Not just the red, white and dessert wines but the amazing rolling hills and beautiful landscapes that make Tuscan a must visit place for all who are looking to explore the wide world of wines.
Napa and Sonoma County, California
If you are looking for some place that produces some of the finest wines, than we would suggest that you should book your tickets for Napa and Sonoma County in California right now. With over 400 wineries in Napa County and another 200 in Sonoma, this place is for sure a fantasy destination for all the wine lovers.
Cape Town, South Africa
Along with mile-long beaches, incredible wildlife sanctuaries and amazing delicacies, there is one more thing South Africa is famous for which is, Cape Winelands. You can visit Groot Constantia, one of the most famous and oldest wine farms in the region, with some fantastic wines and spectacular views of the rolling hills.
Barossa Valley, Australia
In Barossa everything starts with wine and ends to wine. Once you visit you’ll get to encounter how beautifully wine is considered to a part of their culture and tradition, with each wine representing specific region. One thing which we are very sure of is that your trip is definitely going be filled with some amazing flavors, educational and rejuvenating.