Breathtaking Destinations All Wine Connoisseurs Need To Visit

Published on 07/30/2020

We all love wine and we all love a gorgeous vacation. So what could be better than having the best of both worlds and turning it into a wine-cation? Not only will you get to experience some jaw-dropping landscapes, amazing activities but there will no doubt be incredible wines that will make your tastebuds explode. Take a look at some of the top destinations all wine connoisseurs should visit.

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Breathtaking Destinations All Wine Connoisseurs Need To Visit


No wine expedition would ever be complete without a little trip to picturesque Italy. There is nothing better than heading into the rolling hills of the gorgeous vineyards. Or you can choose to go to the perfect Tuscany or magnificent Rome. As Italy is one of the most romantic destinations on the planet, there’s no doubt every wine connoisseur will love this destination.


When most people think of wine they often think of France. The history of wine in France actually dates back to as early as the 6th century, France has a huge variety of vineyards to choose from – the possibilities are definitely endless. Did you know one of the regions within the beautiful country is even home to wine them park – incredible right? Every type of wine lover will certainly enjoy this venture

South Africa

Believe it or not, but South Africa is one of the best destinations to travel to if you are a wine lover. Specifically in the South-Eastern part of the country. The options of wineries to explore to endless especially if you’re looking for something more quaint and private! There are dozens of wineries that produce high-quality wine, however that’s not all the region offers a huge array of attractions. We guarantee you the most magical experience…you won’t regret your decision traveling to this gorgeous country.


For all you wine enthusiast that would prefer keeping your travels within Europe, Switzerland is a must! Switzerland is known to have some of the top quality wines. Although they are typically expensive, a trip to the Alps will give you a good taste of some of the most remarkable wines you could ever taste. The country produces roughly 200 million bottles of wine a year, which gives people a great opportunity to travel around Switzerland to taste the best wines.  Here’s a small tip for you, the Swiss don’t say cheers when drinking wine…they simply look their drinking partner directly in the eyes while clinking their glasses.


The charming scenes and landscapes of Argentina will leave you flabbergasted before you even get to taste a glass of wine. You need to visit the heart Argentian’s wine region, as it is said to be one of the world’s best. Argentina’s wine industry has seen massive growth within the last 5 years which is why it is actually the 5th largest producer of wine in the world. Now that explains why its vast variety of wines are so popular for both locals and tourists. If you’re looking for something different and more adventurous, this will probably one of the best options.