On of the many delights of travel is to visit a winery and sample its produce. Often this is best done by taking a "winery tour" with a mini bus load of enthusiasts. A day trip may take in a visit to 4 or 5 wineries and include a leisurely lunch at one of them. Cape Town in South Africa springs to mind, as do the Australian cities of Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. During my travels I have visited many wineries in South America, Mexico, Australia and New Zealand. Here are some of my articles about these wine regions:
Wine tasting destinations in Chile reviews the Classic French grape varieties grown in vineyards at different altitudes, from maritime, Central Valley and foothills of the Andes.
Wine tasting destinations in Argentina The Malbec grape is the favorite red and is grown in the irrigated foothills of the Andes, but also at high altitudes.
Wine tasting destinations in Brazil and Uruguay Brazil is the third largest producer of wine in South America, after Argentina and Chile. Wine regions are mainly in the SE and include Uruguay, growing classic European varieties.
Unusual tasting destinations What are the most northern, and southern latitude wineries? Also considered are the wineries at the 2000 to 3000 meter altitude in Mexico and Argentina.