Three Wine Tour Destinations That You Should Visit Now

Langhe Roero and MonferratoWine tours have become extremely popular over the past years because they are both fun and informative. Plus, they can take you to wonderful parts of the world where you’ll have an unforgettable experience.

Whether you’re a wine lover or not, going for wine tours is a must if you’re longing for a weekend or week-long escapade that is just one for the books when it comes to all-out fun. On the other hand, if it’s your first time to have one, it would be best to take note of the top three wine destinations out there.

Advintage Wines in New Zealand is on top of our list because of its rich history when it comes to producing wine. It is known nowadays for being a shop for affordable wines online, but it should be noted that it wasn’t always this way. It came a long way – from being established in a, say, boring village (Hawkes Bay) with a population of 10,000.

Knowing more about Advintage’s success story is a great way to jumpstart your wine tour. So sign up for one and achieve a first-hand experience of its humble beginnings and proud past by visiting its bricks and mortar store.

Rhone Valley, in France is another wine haven that you should consider for a wine tour. The second-largest wine-producing place in the country is not only vastly diverse, it also boasts of world-class vineyards and captivating villages. While in Rhone Valley, make sure to visit Côtes du Rhône Villages and their surrounding landscapes. Aside from breathtaking sights the said attractions will take you deep into the region’s wine culture.

There you have it: the top three wine destinations that you shouldn’t miss if you want to achieve a wine tour that is one for the books. Rest assured that you’ll have the time of your life if you include the above-mentioned destinations in your travel plans. Whether you’re a wine lover or not, you won’t regret your decision if you visit Advintage Wines in New Zealand, Piedmont in Italy, and Rhode Valley in France.


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  1. Having been to both of these places, I can testify to the quality of the vino in these wine regions. Can’t wait to visit either place again!

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