Around the world in 80 days with the best wines in each country.
”Wine makes daily lives easier, less hurried, with less tension and more tolerance.”
Wine is an amazing beverage that oozes class, sass, style and it’s been known from may centuries that wine offers health benefits. Plus, gives you a good feeling and happiness and reduce the stress and make you feel comfortable.
In the past 12 years, wine tourism has risen and there are various wineries around the world that not only offer scenic vineyard views, wine tasting rooms and dinners.
Here we have mentioned the best wines that you can cover within 80 days:
France is one of the world’s largest and ancient wine producers. This country has so much to offer from architecture to beautiful vineyards. Bordeaux is the renowned wine producing region in the world and has been producing good table wines for some of the world’s most prestigious and priciest bottles of Hard To Find Wines and more. So, start with this amazing town and you will end up being rewarded with wines from the lush vineyards of such great chateaus. As Médoc., Graves and St-Emilion tasting rooms are elegant.
Finger lakes is one of the largest wine producing region in New York having more than a hundred wineries. There are countless testing rooms and tours where you will get a chance to sample such varietals Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Riesling and Vidal Blank. Begin your tour with wine tastings and information at the New York Wine & Culinary center. Make sure you check out these two popular wine routes; Seneca Wine Trail and Cayuga Wine Trail.
In the recent years, Argentina has gained popularity for its Malbec wine. There are many wineries in Mendoza that provides tastings, tasting tours and dinners. But for the wonderful experience, visit the Bodega Colome.
When it comes to the most popular wine tasting region in the United States Napa Valley is the first choice of visitors. The region has more than 450 wineries that are open for tastings. Napa Valley is famous for producing a variety of wines such as Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay. The region also has some superb restaurants, charming towns, wine tours, spas, hotels and plethora of outdoor activities.
Spain is the perfect amalgamation of modern and Gothic architecture. Catalunya is the famous wine region situated a few Kms away from the city of Barcelona.The region is famous for its Catalan cuisine, dry whites wines and sparkling Cava.
Situated at the outside of Melbourne, the Yarra Valley has a lot of wineries, cute villages, restaurants and craft shops. The area is popular for its sparkling wines and the main varietals that you will find here are Syrah, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
Italy is filled with beautiful landscapes, wine experiences and delicious food. Italy has countless of different wine regions but Tuscany is some of the excellent wine production regions that is hard to beat. The region has everything from Chianti to Sassicaia, highest quality whites, red and dessert wines, verdant landscapes and rolling hills.
Tuscany produces so many best in class wines, and for wine tastings, you can visit Bolgheri, Chianti, Montalcino, Montepulciano and San Gimignano.
Mark has a wealth of experience working in the wine industry. His know-how and expertise lead to him opening Hard to Find Wines – a premium provider of wines from boutique wineries from around the world.