Cafayate | Argentina
A high-altitude enclave in Argentina, Cafayate is home to some of the world's most exciting Malbec, magical scenery, local crafts and unique gastronomy.
Thracian Lowlands | Bulgaria
Bounded by the Black Sea to the east and Greece to the south, Bulgaria's Thracian Valley combines archaeological wonders with modern wines.
Canary Islands | Spain
A windswept volcanic archipelago off the coast of Africa, wine from the Canary Islands has been held in high esteem since at least the time of Shakespeare.
Marlborough | New Zealand
The heartbeat of the region? Marlborough's many cellar doors. Travel into the countryside and explore small corners of wineries to expansive restaurants.
Provence | France
A sun-kissed region in Southeastern France, Provence conjures up visions of dry rosés, olive tree groves, lavender fields and the glistening sea.
London | United Kingdom
A vibrant center for art and culture, London is a city where you can find wine from every country. Don't miss trying England's sparkling wines, either.
Calistoga | USA
Healing hot springs, mud baths, world-class resorts, restaurants and wineries are all available in Napa Valley's northern anchor, Calistoga.
Sicily | Italy
Sitting just off the tip of the boot-shaped peninsula of Italy, Sicily offers beaches, volcanoes, ancient ruins and great wine and food.
Rheingau | Germany
Less than half an hour from Frankfurt, the villages of Rheingau dot the banks of the Rhine with historic vineyards, charming towns and wine discoveries.
Hood River | U.S.A.
Overlooking the Columbia River, Hood River is an adventure sport travel destination with access to wineries, brewpubs, cider houses and distilleries.
Photo credit: Tentuta San Michele, Sicily / Photo by Andrea Savini