Are you planning for visiting the best wineries in vacations but getting confused where to go? You do not need to worry as here you will get all information about the great wine regions of the world. There are many beautiful vineyards in the world but some of them has set standard for wine loving people such as:

 

Barossa Valley


 

This valley is situated in South Australia where you will get some of the finest Rieslings of the Australia and jammy Shiraz wines. You can taste wine in almost all wineries in this valley. Some brewery also offers mouth watering on-site eateries and free tours. You should also visit the oldest family winery of Australia i.e. Yalumba having its own cooperage. There is also a comfy tasting room where you can enjoy your favorite wines in a convenient manner. You can also go to Seppeltsfield winery, well known for Cabernet, The Greanache, sparkling Shiraz and Chardonnay. If you like old wines then you can also taste 100-year old wine here. A small café is also there that offers afternoon teas and yummy cakes.

 

Sonoma County


 

It is located in California having around 400 wineries to explore. You will find those wines that need cool-climate for its growth in this region such as Chardonnays, Pinot noirs etc. You can also go to Napa valley which is also placed near it. If you want to taste wines of high quality and enjoy natural beauty then you must visit Sonoma County. The most popular vineyards in this city are Paul Hobbs, Merry Edwards, Iron horse etc having elegant tasting rooms.

 

Douro Valley


 

This port country is famous for its steep terraced vineyards. It is also among the oldest winemaking region in the Portugal. Douro valley was introduced by Romans in the third century A.D. You can have relaxed-tasting experience at the Sandeman winery. You can also visit various smaller quintas in the Quinto do Crasto. There are also lesser-known table wines to taste. These wines are made from indigenous grapes. You also have to make reservations in advance for visiting this wine estate.


Stellenbosch


 

It is one of the oldest cities in the South Africa where you will come to know about dozens of vintages. The signature wines of this region are Pinotage and Chenin blanc. You must visit the certified biodynamic brewery of the South Africa i.e. Reyneke wines. DeMorgenzon is also considered the best winery of the country because it pipes baroque music through vineyards all the time so that grapes can ripe in a proper manner. They also have some of the finest wines of South Africa.

 

Willamette Valley


 

This valley is situated in the Oregon country having large land area. The Burgundian wine varieties are produced in the mild climate of this valley. They produce high quality wines such as chardonnays and pinot noirs. The most popular wineries of this region are Bergström, Penner-Ash Wine Cellars and Adelsheim. If you want to taste the wines of these places then you need to call them for reservations.

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