Wine Inspired Vacations

For wine lovers looking to spend their vacation sipping on wine and enjoying a relaxed vineyard, here is a list of our most popular wine inspired destinations all over the world. 

By redtag.caJune 5, 2018 Posted in:FoodieTravel Inspiration

Tour some of the world’s best and most popular wine inspired regions and indulge in some of the finest reds and whites our rich land has to offer. Whether you are a self-proclaimed connoisseur or simply happy sampling this and that, these vast areas come complete with tours, guides and more details than you’ll be able to hold on to.

Napa Valley, California

Napa Valley wine country mountain hillside vineyard growing crops for grape harvest and winery winemaking. Rows of lush, green grapevines ripen in cultivated agricultural farm fields glowing in sunset.

A wine-lovers paradise, Napa Valley is filled with scenic drives along hill vineyards, which are home to more than 50 types of grapes.

Mendoza, Argentina

Organic vineyards near Mendoza in Argentina with Andes in the background

Indulge in Argentina’s rich culture, hearty food and perfect wine when you vacation in Mendoza.

Patagonia, Chili

Volcano Aconcagua and Vineyard. Aconcagua is the highest mountain in the Americas at 6,962 m (22,841 ft). It is located in the Andes mountain range, in the Argentine province of Mendoza

For those who are passionate about the art of winemaking, step onto the rich, dark soil of Patagonia and sample some of the world’s best vintage wine.

Tuscany, Italy

Casale Marittimo village, vineyards and countryside landscape in Maremma. Pisa Tuscany, Italy Europe.

Sip Chianti Classico while admiring the scenery in Tuscany, Italy’s most treasured region. Indulge in the rolling hills and lush vineyards during the summer months for the perfect wine experience.

Bordeaux, France


Bordeaux is famous for their stellar wine collection. If you are lucky enough to visit this bit of heaven on earth, be sure to take a guided tour through this fine wine region.

Queenstown, New Zealand

Gibston Valley in Central Otago wine region on the South Island in New Zealand is mostly famous for its Pinot Noirs and white wines. Central Otago is the southernmost wine region in the world.

The gorgeous vineyards of New Zealand are an unforgettable site and Queenstown boasts the best of the best in Sauvignon Blancs so freshen up your palette for a true connoisseur experience.

Alentejo, Portugal

Rural landscape with vineyards,olive trees and meadows with wildflowers  in Estremoz,a town in the Alentejo region.

Pamper yourself in a world-class wine experience when you venture to Portugal’s Alentejo where half of Portugal’s wine stems from.

Margaret River, Australia

bright early morning light on winter vineyard surrounded by dense gumtree or eucalypt forest under cloudy sky

Producing some of the world’s best Chardonnay, stunning Margaret River is famous for their characteristic wine with unforgettable rich flavour.

La Rioja, Spain

A beautiful image of a village as seen from vineyards in La Rioja region in Spain. La Rioja is known for the production of wine.

The long growing season for grapes in La Rioja is what makes their wine so special. This is Spain’s most popular region and the reason being that is perfection can be found in every glass.

Wachau, Austria

Vineyard in the famous Austrian winegrowing area Wachau (Spitz an der Donau), Lower Austria

If you are partial to white wine, the Grüner Veltliner is a stellar experience of delicately perfumed, peppery Chardonnay. Today Austrian wine is ranked among the finest whites worldwide.

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