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8 Best Wine Destinations For 2021 To Fall in Love With

8 Best Wine Destinations For 2021 To Fall in Love With

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To travel is to experience other people’s culture, soak in their lifestyle and leave with a piece of them. For wine lovers, travel isn’t complete without savoring the exquisite wine various destinations have to offer and allowing them burst through your yearning taste buds. Besides, life’s too short to be stuck in a routine of familiarity and predictability. A glass in hand sometimes equals a hearty laugh and amiable demeanor.

Wine lovers are a unique breed. While the regular traveler decides to visit a destination because of tourist attractions, culture, and maybe food, the wine lover makes this decision based on the wine. From sparkling Rieslings to rich Pinot Noirs, it is no surprise wine lovers troop to these destinations to savor the copiousness of vino (as the Italians fondly call wine).

Here are the best destinations for wine lovers in 2021…

#1. Portugal

 
 
 
 
 
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You might want to sharpen your Portuguese because, in 2021, all roads should lead to the famous Quinta do Seixo. This is a great destination for wine lovers and all the awards this winery has bagged is proof of this. The scent of freshly squeezed grapes ready to be blended into the perfect wine is enough to send you to wine heaven. 

#2. Bordeaux, France

If you’re looking forward to a wine-tasting adventure, Bordeaux is your best bet, but be careful not to get intoxicated. This French city has a reputation for being a wine haven and sending many wine lovers on a whirlwind diverse wine pleasure. This means you might not be able to exhaust your options.

#3. Piedmont, Italy

 
 
 
 
 
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Maybe spending Christmas in Piedmont, Italy would be a great holiday idea after all. Most Italian wine regions come alive from October to the end of the year with lots of food fairs and Vino Novello (new wine), and Piedmont itself is home to some excellent wines. The official Città del Vino (City of Wine) for 2021 is the village of Barolo in Piedmont according to Città del Vino National Association. So you might want to make a stop at this village.

#4. Moselle Valley, Germany

 
 
 
 
 
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One of the all time favorite wine lovers destinations, this German valley is known to produce the finest Riesling grapes and the result is the perfect white wine recognized globally. The entire neighborhood is elegant: from the Moselle river, to the high vineyards, mountain peaks and everything in between.

If you have a knack for adventure, then a visit to the wine museum is something you’ll be pretty excited about. Make sure you’re not lightheaded as there are usually plenty of sample wines to go around. Drink responsibly.

#5. Vienna, Austria

For the one exceptionally drawn to white wine, start packing for Autumn 2021 to this wine lovers destination. About 85 percent of the world’s white wine is gotten from Vienna, so why not go straight to the source? The city’s scenic view is difficult is resist and the food is rather exotic.

#6. Valais, Switzerland

Ever heard of ‘The Swiss Red’? Chances are, you have. Valais is one of the Swiss regions globally recognized for producing the famed Swiss Reds. It is such a magnificent and historical city with wines gracefully produced for the pickiest taste buds. If you refuse to settle for just any wine and won’t accept anything short of impeccable, then Valais should one of your best wine travel destinations for 2021.

#7. Chile and Argentina

 
 
 
 
 
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If you’re in South America or have plans to visit in 2021, then these are the best wine regions for premium wine lovers. Mendoza (Argentina) and Casablanca (Chile) are the preferred destinations as they produce wine the old way, and we’re here for that vintage touch.

#8. Western Cape, South Africa

 
 
 
 
 
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.This region is the wine capital of South Africa and the exotic wildlife makes it one of the best wine travel destinations for 2021. Check out Stellenbosch and Elgin Valley as they produced notoriously sweet and refreshing wines. Also, don’t forget to charge up your camera batteries as the view here is breathtaking. Start booking.

Wine is bottled poetry’—Robert Louis Stevenson.

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