1. Tuscany, Italy
With picturesque rolling hills, spectacular vistas and legendary Chianti wine, it’s no wonder Tuscany was voted as the number one wine destination by Vision Travel Advisors.
2. Bordeaux, France
Bordeaux is one of the oldest wine producing regions in Europe and part of the old city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
3. Margaret River, Australia
Margaret River in the south west of Western Australia planted its first vineyard in 1967. Today you will find over 95 cellars in the region.
4. Napa Valley, USA
The always charming Napa Valley is considered the ultimate wine country in the United States with over 500 wines throughout the valley.
5. Niagara, Canada
For those who prefer to travel within Canada, the Niagara region offers visitors 27 wineries to experience. Of course no trip to the region would be complete without a visit to the world famous Niagara Falls and idyllic Niagara-on-the-Lake.
6. Colchagua, Chile
Located just 130 km south of the Chilean capital of Santiago, the Colchagua Valley is home to 14 wineries and enchanting colonial estate houses.
7. Mendoza, Argentina
Set in the foothills of the eastern Andes, the Mendoza region is the leading producer of Malbec in Argentina.
8. Jerez de la Fontera, Spain
Renowned for Sherry, flamenco and fine horses, Jerez is located in the province of Cadiz in southern Spain. A visit to the region in late February or early March will allow you to experience their world famous Flamenco Festival in addition to their fine wines.
9. Stellenbosch, South Africa
The Stellenbosch wine region in South Africa combines wine tasting with wildlife experiences.
10. Porto, Portugal
Not only is Porto home to Port Wine but the old port and the Douro Wine region are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Ready to go? Talk to your Vision Travel Advisor about planning your ultimate Wine Getaway.