Take a look at our list of the top 5 best wine regions around the globe!
1. Verona, Italy
3 Day Taste of Lake Garda and Verona - Milan, Verona and Lake Garda
Though not originally known for its fine wine production, Verona has moved up in the world of oenology as one of Italy's top producers of red wines. Spend some time traveling the Valpolicella wine route, visiting top winemakers in the region and sampling robust wines in the home of Romeo and Juliet.
2. Valparaiso, Chile
8 Day Santiago and Atacama Chile Multi City Vacation - Santiago, San Pedro de Atacama
Well known for its vast landscapes of rugged natural beauty, Chile is also one of the world's top producers of fine wines. The city also offers nine accredited universities offering degrees in careers including the world of wine and food tourism.
3. Bordeaux, France
It should come as no surprise to find France's famed Bordeaux on our list of top 5 wine destinations! With a long standing history as a top producer of some of the world's best wines, the Bordeaux region of France is a must for any amateur oenologist or lover of fine wines.
4. Mendoza, Argentina
7 Day The Wine Route Argentina - Buenos Aires and Mendoza
Located at the foothills of the Andes mountains, Mendoza is well-known for producing some of the highest rated Malbecs in the world. Visit Luján de Cuyo or the Uco Valley to try a taste of Argentina's best winemakers' tireless efforts to produce the finest wines in South America.
5. La Rioja, Spain
4 Day La Rioja Wine Self-Drive Vacation - Madrid, La Rioja, Haro, Logrono, Santo Domingo de la Calzada
Set in the heart of Basque country, La Rioja and its neighboring regions is well known for fresh, quality foods and fine local wines. Often referred to as the Tuscany of Spain, La Rioja is a tapestry of rolling hills, sprawling vineyards and medieval villages waiting to be explored.