Top 10 vineyards for wine tourism

This week, The World’s Best Vineyards awards has announced the 50 top sites for wine tourism. Here, we round up the top 10, with four of the finalists hailing from South America.

The wineries included on the list are judged on the overall experience of a visit, for example on the range of experiences they provide, the food offering and the quality of accommodation.

This year’s list showcases producers from five continents and 18 different countries, with 17 new wineries making the top 50.

A total of four wineries in the top 10 hail from South America, and of those, two are based in Chile. Indeed a total of 13 out of the 50 best are based on the continent.

As well as famous names including America’s Ridge, Opus One and Stag’s Leap; Bordeaux’s Pichon Baron, Château Margaux, d’Yquem and Mouton Rothschild; and Australia’s Penfolds, Henschke and d’Arenberg, there are two wineries from Uruguay and Lebanon, and one from Japan, Greece, Bulgaria and India in the top 50.

Here are the top 10 wineries to visit when travel restrictions ease around the world, as ranked by the awards. To view the full list, please click here.

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