Wine lover + traveller is a great combination! While a traveler enjoys going from place to place, adding new experiences to his bag of knowledge, a wine lover tastes wine wherever he goes and adds tastes to his collection of experiences. But a wine lover cum traveller does both – he wanders from place to place and tastes wines and adds the taste to the set of memories of the tour. But there are another kind of people, they visit places which are famous for their wineries just to taste wine so that they don’t miss the authentic taste and feel of the wine. If you are a wine lover, here is a list of 7 Amazing Destinations to Take Your Glass of Wine.
#1 Miami Beach
Miami, though a small place at Florida’s South-Eastern tip and the surrounding islands, is well known for its colourful art decorated buildings, Surfside hotels and white sand. There are many restaurants alongside the beach which offer excellent wine with relinquishing seafood. So, if you love travelling and seafood-wine combination, Miami Beach is the perfect holiday destination. I
#2 Saint Emilion, Bordeaux, France
France is one of the countries which has a rich history when it comes to winemaking. Bordeaux especially has historical importance in the field of wine-making. Saint Emilion is one of the important wine growing regions located in the eastern part of Bordeaux, where you will be able to visit winemakers and relish the finest of the wines. You may also want to taste the authentic French Raynal Brandy.
#3 Franciacorta, Italy
Who is not aware of Italian Sparkling wine, one of the best fizz producers from Italy? You can visit many winemakers like Fratelli Berlucchi, Bellavista, Monte Rossa which are very well known. When you need to take a break, you can visit historic mansions and over 150 different wineries along the Strada del Franciacorta or, popularly known as the Wine Road.
#4 Mexico Wine Country
Valle de Guadalupe in Mexico, or popularly known as Mexico Wine Country is one of the finest destinations for a wine lover to plan a holiday in. It is giving a tough competition to California’s Napa Valley in winemaking. Of course, the production of the famous Camarena Tequila started in Mexico. So, why not get the authentic taste of Tequila too in its Mother country?
Australia was not that a popular wine producer till the late 1960’s. But that doesn’t stop Australia from being the fourth largest exporter of wine in the world. Australia has around 4,00,000 acres of vine plantation in its southern part. This makes it perfect for a cruise travel. Do consider renting a Suzuki motorbike, so that you can make the most of the tour.
Argentina is the fifth largest exporter of wine in the world. Argentine Malbec, Tempranillo, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Chardonnay are probably the most famous wine brand of Argentina. What more, Argentina also has a wide variety of landscapes which makes it a fascinating destination for a tour. You may also visit the highest vineyard in the world, which is in Salta.
Spain, though not very famous for wine production, it is in fact, the third largest producer of wine in the world. With more than a million acres of vineyards, it has the largest acreage under wine production.
Tip: Here’s a tip you should do before leaving for a tour. Get all your house-repair works like Garage Door Repair done so that when you return your home will be all set for you to start a fresh life with some amazing bottles of wine.
Harold Camaya | She is a blogger who loves to write on different verticals. She co-authored Supercharge Organic Traffic: A popular course focusing on Organic Traffic for E-commerce. Her hobbies are traveling and reading.