Top 5 Countries to Visit and Enjoy Their Wine

Top 5 Countries to Visit and Enjoy Their Wine

Going on a holiday is frequently associated with a sense of luxury and indulgence. Whatever your holiday destination, you'll want to return home feeling rested and rejuvenated. Very often, traveling to other countries and meeting their culture is associated with the concept of luxury vacations, ranging from gourmet experiences and wine tasting to wellness retreats. If you are planning to go on such a holiday, here are some excellent ideas - places you can visit where you can also learn about the local culture while sipping on a glass of a traditional wine.



In the province of Almeria sits one of the most stunning coastal landscapes of Spain, the Natural Park of Cabo de Gata. A corner where you may enjoy lovely beaches, attractive villages and beautiful landscape, and try the “Wines of the Earth” - a title given only to Spanish wines coming from this region like the exquisite Emilio Moro Cepa. The beaches of Los Muertos, Los Genoveses, Mónsul, the settlement of Rodalquilar and the Mesa Roldán lighthouse are some of the main things to see in Cabo de Gata. With more than 300 days of sunlight a year, it is a great spot to come at any time of the year.


Despite the small size of Murcia, it has the Regional Park of the Salinas de San Pedro which is one of those places that everyone should see at least once in their lifetimes. The park, which is located at the northern end of the Mar Menor, is a good example of how a historic coastal lagoon was transformed into salt flats, which are still in use today as a profitable asset for the region. The coastal juniper, the reed, the tern, the stork, and the flamingo are all examples of the wildlife and flora that may be found here.

And, if you're looking to get a taste of the region's most rustic side, the rural houses in Murcia will have you falling in love with the region's natural beauty. The Bodegas Ponce winery is the one that will provide you with the most delicious wines, and wines like Bodegas Ponce reto, Bodegas Ponce Tinto, Bodegas Piedra Negra Chacayes, etc. will complete your rich experience of visiting Murcia.

La Rioja

In the northern Spanish area of La Rioja, there are calm villages, rolling hills, ancient monasteries, and a thriving wine industry. If you're searching for a luxurious retreat, consider staying in a small village with a view of the vineyards, where you may sip wine such as

La Rioja Alta Gran Reserva 890 2010 while eating traditional northern food.

One of the best wines from La Rioja comes from Bodega Muga, which is the only winery in Spain with its own master winemaker and three coopers, as well as the only winery in Spain with its own master winemaker and three coopers. They are located in the Obarenes Mountains and offer daily tours that allow you to become immersed in the process of wine production.



When thinking of Provence, we think of the brightly colored lavender fields, which have an intensity that makes them appear to have been lifted from a picture by a famous artist. And of course, the very famous Mirabeau Rosé Wines that are the epitome of a rosé wine.

The flowering dates vary depending on the region, but they are usually from mid-June to mid-August. This is a good time to travel to this part of southern France for about 4 or 5 days to see the landscapes that inspired artists from all over the world, including the great painters Van Gogh and Picasso.

An ideal itinerary for visiting Provence's must-see attractions begins in the city of Marseille and continues through landscapes such as the Luberon Valley and the Verdon Gorges, cities such as Avignon, Aix-en-Provence and Arles, as well as villages that seem to have been frozen in time such as Baux-de-Provence. If your priority is lavender fields, we recommend the slopes of Mont Ventoux in Sault and the vast carpeted fields of Valensole. Top all of that with a glass of a Mirabeau Wine and enjoy Provence to the full.

Côte d'Azur

This is one of the most symbolic coastlines in the world, and it is where some of the world's most famous celebrities can be seen every year. Located in the southeast and also known as the French Riviera, it is an ideal destination for a few days of relaxation on its turquoise-colored beaches. With such a view, any of the French traditional wines will be a perfect choice.

From the beautiful city of Nice, which has an airport, a 5-day itinerary on the French Riviera will take you through cities such as Cannes, St. Tropez, and Antibes, as well as picturesque towns and villages such as Saint Paul de Vence, Mougins, and Grasse, before finishing in the luxurious Principality of Monaco, which, despite its status as a Principality, can be included in a trip through France.


Bordeaux is considered to be one of France's most attractive cities. Its remarkable location along the Garonne River, as well as its numerous monuments, makes it an excellent weekend vacation destination.

Bordeaux's streets are filled with exquisite structures, imposing mediaeval towers, bustling streets, and even a Roman amphitheatre, which stands as a testament to the city's imperial past. A vibrant historic center with plenty of pubs, cafes, stylish businesses, and alternative venues can be found there as well.

And, as if that weren't enough, the Bordeaux region is home to some of the world's most celebrated wines. With all of these elements, it's really difficult not to fall prey to its allure.

It is possible to tour many various regions or even cycle and drink many different types of wine, such as Chateau Leoville Poyferre 2015 or Chateau Dassault Saint Emilion Grand Cru 2018.

The two most popular routes are those via Medoc and the area around Saint Emilion, which contains more than 90 different chateaux-producers and has been designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.


Iguazú Waterfalls, Misiones

The Iguazu Falls are 275 waterfalls that can reach heights of up to 80 meters. The "Garganta del Diablo" (Devil's Throat) is the most spectacular of these structures. Given that it is located within a National Park in the centre of Misiones' jungle, it has a significant ecological reserve that spans 250,000 km2.

It protects a significant amount of original flora and fauna, including orchids and more than 400 kinds of birds, among other things. To really appreciate the Iguazu Waterfalls, you should plan at least one full day to see them in their entirety.

You will be able to become familiar with all of the paths and engage in excursions in the Park that include adrenaline-pumping activities. Or, you can enjoy the beautiful view seated at one of the nearby restaurants while eating a traditional Argentinian dish and sipping on a delicious Argentinian wine such as the Alma Negra, Catena Zapata Argentino Malbec or the Zuccardi Jose Zuccardi Malbec.


Mendoza is a good destination in both the summer and winter since you can devote your time to the wine route in the summer and ski in the winter without missing out on the opportunity to experience this fantastic beverage.

Are you a wine lover? Visit Mendoza! In this picturesque foothills province with a pleasant temperature and mountains are located some of the top vineyards in the country.

Argentina's Ruta 40 offers breathtaking views and multiple opportunities to sample high-quality wines like Catena Zapata Adrianna Vineyard White Stones Chardonnay 2019, including stops at various family-owned wineries that produce delectable beverages.

Perito Moreno Glacier, Santa Cruz

The Perito Moreno Glacier, located in Santa Cruz, is one of the most frequented natural wonders in the region, and it is an astounding sight that will leave you with your mouth open.

It is considered to be the largest and most natural area in the entire country, making it a well-maintained environment that is ideal for taking photographs and going on safe excursions.

In addition to the glacier's powerful presence, there is a perfect ecosystem of creatures and plants that have never been seen before, and this will not be limited to a single location, because it is a glacier park where you will be able to walk and observe many more.

United States

Napa Valley, California

The fact that Napa Valley is breathtakingly gorgeous is the most significant reason to visit there. The vineyard-covered slopes, which change color throughout the year, are really stunning. The wineries, including the architecture and gardens, are another reason to visit.

Napa Valley, in particular, is a famous tourist destination not just because it is the world's largest wine-growing region with museums like the one called 1881 showing the Napa Valley's winemaking history. While there, you can learn more about the Earth-friendly wines that are very common in this region, and, in fact, are considered to be one of the wine trends for 2022. There are five towns that make up the Napa Valley, and each one has something unique to offer, from hot springs to hiking to shopping to dining and everything in between.

The final factor is of course, the world-class cuisine and wine available such as Silver Oak Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 which attracts visitors every year.


Visiting Sacramento is synonymous with visiting the state capital of California, a city that is relatively tiny in size but rich in history and life. If you are planning a trip to California, a stop in Sacramento will undoubtedly help you gain a better understanding of the state's culture as well as the history of cowboys in the United States.

There are also lots of Sacramento wineries that make up the emerging but thriving wine region of the city. Sacramento is actually called the “Napa valley of 30 years ago” and while there you can visit many wine tastings which are free and get acquainted with the wine-making process and the winemakers.

New Zealand

Cathedral Cove

A must-see destination in New Zealand, Cathedral Cove, located on the picturesque Coromandel Coast of the North Island, is one of the nicest beaches.

This picturesque location is highlighted by a massive stone arch that was used as the setting for the entrance to Narnia in the popular film "The Chronicles of Narnia." In addition to this magnificent arch, the two beaches with turquoise waters and fine sand, which are located on each side of the arch, are notable for having various semi-submerged rock formations and are ideal for a refreshing swim if the weather permits.

While there you can enjoy the Pegasus Bay Pinot Noir or the Pegasus Bay Chardonnay wines which are famous New Zealand wines loved by many travelers all over the world.


The Lord of the Rings trilogy has surely pushed New Zealand into the top ten of tourist destinations. It's one of the most highly lauded and commercially successful films of all time.

The New Zealand settlement of Hobbiton, a collection of modest dwellings cut into the side of a mountain, is a well-known example of this style. This is where Frodo, Bilbo, Sam, and the rest of the shire's hobbits live in the story.

The North Island's Hobbiton is a lovely location surrounded by meadows and verdant hills that will fascinate both moviegoers and non-fans alike. You will also be awed by the amazing restaurants built in the same style and enjoy wine like portrayed in the books and films. We recommend you to try a sensational red wine like the Rippon Mature Vine Pinot Noir 2017 or the Craggy Range Te Muna Road Vineyard Pinot Noir 2018.


Because of the pleasant weather in Marlborough, travelers may take advantage of the extensive range of activities the region has to offer. There is always something enjoyable to do in Marlborough, no matter what time of year you visit.

This place is characterized by more than 9000 hectares of vineyards and a diverse selection of gourmet restaurants where you may sample the region's renowned wines. Marlborough is New Zealand's most important wine-producing region, and the Whitehaven Sauvignon Blanc 2020 or Dog Point Pinot Noir 2019 produced there is a delicacy that must be sampled.