Top 5 Best Wine Regions in the World

It’s no secret. Most people love the prettiest glass of Chardonnay, Montepulciano, and Sauvignon or any other delicious wine. Though my consumption behavior is neither worrying nor unhealthy, I love to visit popular wine regions. When I visit a new country, I love tasting their wine and even carry a bottle home with me.

Each year we discover many regions that produce wine. The research from the National Statistics shows that wine is the most favorite alcoholic drinks consumed in the US and UK. Therefore, it’s perfectly understandable why people most countries value it. If you want to taste you’re favorite drink, then it’s good to head out to areas where your preferred mouth-watering wines come from. We’ve rounded up the top 5 best wine regions in the world.

La Rioja, Spain

If you want to experience the very best place in Europe, then visit La Rioja in Spain. This region nestles on Northern Spain and resplendent with wineries, medieval villages, and acres of picturesque vineyards. The area is well-known for its delicious, red grapes. Visitors like the place. It’s the region where they usually take their love of flavorful wine to the next level. For me, I would like to enjoy a stay at the contemporary, luxurious and famous winery hotel called Marques de Riscal.

Loire Valley, France

The beautiful Loire Valley is a perfect place to explore. It is ideal for travelers or visitors with diverse tastes. If you’re yearning to discover new flavors, this third-largest area in France is reputable when it comes to the production of delectable wines. With a wide variety of wines, Loire Valley comes second to none when it comes to tasty alcoholic drinks. The common grapes there are the Muscadet, Chenin blanc and cabernet varieties.

Stellenbosch, Cape Town South Africa

Let your next holiday destination be Cape Town in South Africa. The fact is that this city is just 50km away from the most loved wine-producing regions, Stellenbosch. The area’s most famous grape is Cabernet Sauvignon. Enjoy a glass in the charming city with its historical buildings and hip art galleries where mountains provide a cool, atmospheric backdrop.

Sanoma & Napa Valley, California, USA

With more than 3 million visitors a year, Sanoma & Napa Valley is an established wine region in the world. Our list can’t be complete without mention this area. It has over 440 wineries and exclusive hotels that make it a region of ‘upper class’. Even if your budget is not as big as Jeff Bezos, you can still afford to enjoy some amazing tours in this beautiful area.

Mendoza, Argentina

70 percent of all the wine consumed in Argentina, is produced in this familiar Mendoza Region. The area is located in the Southeastern foothills of the Andes where vineyards are grown. Because of the favorable and cool climate, the region is known to favor full-bodied fruity flavors. Just try Tempranillo and Malbec when you visit here.

To sup up, it’s useful to know the regions that produce flavorsome wines. When looking for the best wine considers two features: quality and value. Now that we’ve reviewed the best wine regions, it’s your turn to choose the best area for you. With that, you’re likely to get something you’ll enjoy.