A bit of wine is pretty good for you. Not only drinking two or three glasses of wine taste good, but it is surprisingly healthy too. When people see grapes, the first thing that comes to their mind is wines and vineyards. If you want to travel to see where the wine is made, here is the list of the vineyards located in some of the most breathtakingly scenic locales.
A vineyard next to Lake Wanaka in Wanaka, New Zealand. In the snowy shadow of the spectacular Southern Alps, these vineyards in the Otago district produce some of New Zealand’s most famous wines.
A vineyard in Mendoza at the foothills of the Andes. The region is Argentina’s is one of the major contributors of wine in the country. Mendoza is famous for the finest Malbec, a wine made from a dark purple variety of grape.
Tuscany in Italy is one of the world’s top wine-producing regions. The famous wines Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino and Vino Nobile di Montepulciano are made in the Tuscany region.
A vineyard at the Montgras winery in Santa Cruz,Chile. Colchagua Valley is one of the most famous wine making areas in the Latin American country.
The spectacular scenery at a vineyard in South Africa’s Stellenbosch area, about 50 km east of Cape Town. Stellenbosch is the wine capital of South Africa.
The region of La Rioja in Spain is known for a variety of wines called Rioja.
Cyclists ride past vineyards in McLaren Vale in one of Australia’s most famous wine-making places Adelaide. The renowned Hardy and d’Arenberg wineries are situated here.
Douro is one of the historically known winemaking regions of the world and is richly planted with grapes
A vineyard in Margaux, Bordeaux, France. Being one of the world’s best-known wine-producing regions, Bordeaux produces a variety of wines that are shipped worldwide.
Field worker Anna uses a knife to pick gewuerztramine grapes during a harvest in a vineyard at Rochus mountain in Bingen at Rhine, Germany.