Over the past few years, one of the most popular types of travel has been tours of the world’s major wine regions. many tourists do not miss the opportunity to purchase a tour of the wineries and the areas surrounding them. This is not surprising, because there really is something to admire. In this collection, I will talk about five famous places in the world where great wine is made. This collection will continue in the future.
Everyone knows about this area thanks to the wines of the highest quality. It produces such famous wines as Dom Pérignon, Pierre Gimonet and Fils, as well as Moet and Chandon. There are many interesting corners, elegance and beauty all around.
Nappa Valley, California, USA
The Nappa Valley is known as the first place in America where winemaking reached such heights that it was recognized internationally. Nowadays, some of the best wineries in the world are located here. The grapes here are excellent due to the Mediterranean climate and the soil enriched with volcanic ash. The most famous wines produced here are Robert Mondavi, Harlan Estate and Château Montelena. We have already written about one of the Quixote Winery wineries. It was built by the famous architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser.
This picturesque area produces some of the best wines in the world. Among them are such masterpieces as Chianti Classico, Carmignano and Brunello. They also make an interesting drink called Super Tuscan. The inhabitants of Tuscany are rightfully proud of their work, in which they put all their strength and inspiration. The region of Greve in Chianti makes one of the truly best wines in the world.
In this area, the rivers Ruwer and Saar, flowing through the picturesque rural landscapes of Germany, flow into the Moselle River. These breathtaking landscapes are home to some of the finest wines in the world. A good harvest of excellent grapes is harvested here thanks to the warm sun and soil rich in nutrients. The most popular grape variety here is Riesling. Local attractions also include the famous Cochem Castle.
This famous area is located on what was once the ocean floor, now covered in fertile soil ideal for growing grapes. Among the most famous local wines are Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
We will stop there for now, but this list can be continued indefinitely. In the future, we will continue to describe the most famous areas of winemaking in the world. Continuing the theme of wine, I advise you to visit a selection dedicated to the most expensive wines in the world.