Continue reading for wine growing places that make great holiday destinations.
Discover the best wine destinations for a great holiday: Only a few parts of the world are blessed with the perfect wine-growing climate and terrain, and even the smallest of these wine-growing places make for a fun visit.
Continue reading for wine growing places that make great holiday destinations. You will be surprised how close they are to their home!
Finger Lakes, NY
When people think of New York, their minds automatically go to New York City. 5 hours north of the Big Apple, you’ll find New York State’s own wine country in Finger Lakes.
There are 11 lakes and more than 100 wineries in the area.
A guided tour is the best way to experience the vast vineyards because you do not have to worry about choosing a designated driver. Many of the region’s wineries also offer gastropub-style dining options, all sourced locally.
Are you a rose drinker? Then head to the Provence area in the south of France. Cities in this area include Nice, Saint-Tropez and Cannes, where you can enjoy your wine while hanging out on the beach and enjoying the beautiful landscape.
Another popular attraction in Provence is Lavender Fields. Pack yourself a pick-nick and sip on the fragrant field of your pink wine purple flowers.
Elqui Valley, Chile
If you like Chilean wine, there is nothing better than the Elqui Valley. In addition to the region’s delicious Syrah and Sauvignon Blanc, you can also try the local flavoured Pisco. The drink is Chilean / Peruvian brandy, which is brewed from the region’s grapes.
Book a winery tour following the Pisco Distillery tour for the full Elqui Valley experience.
Tasmania is known for its demons and alcohol. If you like Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and sparkling wines, then it’s time to head to the island under the Land Down Under.
The culinary scene is also growing in Tasmania, which means perfect wine links to every meal! Discover how wine enhances the natural taste of a meal.
Later, you can visit the devils at the Tasmanian Devil’s Conservation Park.
Did you know that most of Switzerland’s high-quality wines are within the country’s borders? If you want to try them, you need to travel to Switzerland.
The mountain-framed Valais area produces red and white beauties, and you can brew wine of your choice while watching the stunning Matterhorn.