There is a certain elegance that comes with knowing your wines — especially the world-famous variants produced in European vineyards or crisp flavors of South America. It’s safe to say when it comes to picking your wine, there is a huge correlation between region and flavor. There are certain destinations which may even come as a surprise, as they are not as popular as France but the wine is very close in deliciousness. Let’s discover the best destinations to learn about wine… Because what better way to do it than by traveling the world?
Italy is the largest producer of wine in the world and accounts for over 50% of the global market. There is no wonder why as the Southern European country has been producing variants for over 4,000 years and is considered to have one of the best environments for growing wine. With 20 wine-producing regions in Italy, featuring evergreen hills, gorgeous mountains, and picturesque villages, visitors will be delighted by the wide range of options available for low prices and high quality. Travelers will revel over delicious tastes for affordable prices. Choose from world-famous Italian wines as you explore the treasures of Tuscany.
Home to one of the most fascinating cultures on the planet, South Africa is truly in a league of its own. The extraordinary safaris, breathtaking forests, and everlasting beaches attract visitors from all over the world. But South Africa is also one of the best destinations to learn about wine. Stellenbosch and Paarl are two of the most famous wine-producing regions in this breathtaking country. Visitors will find a wide range of rich reds and white Chardonnays to choose from. Chenin Blanc is the most famous option for wine lovers. Discover South Africa and taste the high-quality wine for yourself.
There is no denying the fine quality and delicate taste of European wine. But South America has plenty of fantastic options to offer. The fascinating country of Argentina, home to the breathtaking Tierra del Fuego and Iguazu Falls, also boats an incredible climate for wine production. Explore the wonders of South America as you choose from many high-quality options this gorgeous country has to offer. Argentina is known for producing the highest-quality Malbec wine in the world, but you will have a wide variety of options to choose from.
The land of paella and siestas, Spain is one of the most breathtaking destinations in Europe. This gorgeous country is home to golden beaches, turquoise waters, fascinating colonial architecture, delicious tapas, and a vibrant atmosphere bustling with nightlife and famous city attractions. The Southwestern country also offers the perfect conditions for high-quality wine production. Visitors will discover hundreds of variants of red, white, rose, and sparkling wines throughout the country. Take note of regional differences as you travel through Galicia, La Rioja, Catalonia, and Andalucía. Discover one of the world’s best destinations to learn about wine with this tour of Spain.
When travelers think of Australia, they often picture golden beaches, kangaroos, and the Great Barrier Reef. But the Land Down Under is also one of the best destinations to learn about wine. Australia is home to breathtaking wine-producing regions, with the most famous being South Whales, Victoria, and South Australia. Visitors will revel over the wide range of options available from Cabernet Sauvignon to Chardonnay and Shiraz. Get the full experience with a breathtaking coastal drive through the major metropolises and boutique wineries of Australia. Taste the famous flavors of Penfolds or Cullen on this magical journey.
Talking about extraordinary beauty and natural scenery, Chile takes the cake. This breathtaking nation is home to some of the most magnificent glaciers, colossal mountain ranges, vast deserts, and beautiful beaches in South America. Chile has also become one of the largest producers of wine in the world. They are widely recognized for their crisp red wines, with the most famous being their Cabernet Sauvignon. Breathe in the fruity aromas as you taste the delicious Chilean wine with a comprehensive tour of Chile.
When it comes to wine production, France is a country that needs no introduction. Not only does this gorgeous nation offer some of the most breathtaking scenery in Europe, home to famous landmarks and historic attractions, but it regularly competes with Italy for the best wine in the world. Cities like Strasbourg and Bordeaux are home to some of the oldest wines on the planet, dating back centuries in time. Embark on a wine-tasting adventure as you travel through the greatest cities and most beautiful regions in France with this incredible tour.