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6 Vineyards You Must Explore In 2021

Has this pandemic brought your travel-life to a halt? The new normal, as they say, has made all of us settle in front of our tech gadgets for all day and miss those in-between canteen coffee breaks and hot gossips. The new monotonous dinner schedule back at your home gives flashbacks of those regal dinner dates with lavish wine swirls.

Wait, did we remind you of the old lavish wine dates? Why not travel to a vineyard to give a start to 2021 full of aura and friendly flora and fauna?

So, here are the six best vineyards in the world suggestions you must visit this 2021:

1. Vienna, Austria

Vienna is known to produce 85 percent of the world’s white wine varietals, including Grüner Veltliner, Sauvignon Blanc, and Riesling. Known for its unique viticulture, Viennese wine is now considered among the classic wines of the world.

Autumn is the best time to visit this 1700 acres of property as it is this time when Vienna hosts the annual Wine Hiking Day. Forget the pandemic stress this new year with Austrian wine and food.

2. Portugal

Portugal, known for its saline beaches, has wine villages that can charm you with its natural flora and fauna. Lisbon City is one favorite spot for wine-lovers. The vineyards here can mesmerize you with their Ramisco grapes and Malvasia de Colares grapes. The 100 hectares Quinta do Seixo is known for its grand wine-production.

It is famously said, “If you don’t recognize the grape variety on a Portuguese wine label, it is a good thing.” This is because Portugal’s popular wine culture is known for many grape varieties that are not grown and learned to any other part of the world.

In addition to this, wine experts still believe that there is still so much to be tested and explored in Portugal’s wine culture. Make it a point to include Portugal in your travel itinerary. Beaches and a glass of Portuguese wine is precisely what you need.

3. Tasmania, Australia

Tasmania, known as the oldest wine-producing region in Australia. Tasmania’s cool maritime climate and surrounding seas give the grapes an exclusive freshness during summer. Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, chic Shiraz, and tassies are just what reputes Tasmania’s wine production.

Statistically, Aussies drink 60 million liters of wine every year. So, what is stopping you from contributing to this already increasing number? To get more information about Australian vineyards, check out Wine Regions Australia that gives you a brief description of all the best vineyards.

4. Chile And Argentina

Chile and Argentina, the two South American states, are known for producing some of the best easy-drinking wines. Mendoza Region and Casablanca Valley of Argentina and Chile respectively, are renowned best wine-producing regions.

The famous Casas del Bosque, known for its premium wine production, was established in 1993 here. The scenery of the Andes mountains and wine pair just magnificently.

5. Western Cape Town, South Africa

The landscapes of Paarl, Elgin, Franschhoek, and Stellenbosch vineyards are just a surreal addition to the beauty of the fascinating port city, Western Cape. Known for its wine and delicious food, this city has promised to offer you something special than all the others on the list.

The distinctive gables and thatched roofs and the mountains form a dramatic backdrop making Western Cape a significant tourist attraction. The famous Andre Champagne is one of the most beautiful wineries in South Africa.

6. Bordeaux, France

Bordeaux, also known as the wine capital of the world, offers you the best of vineyards. With a total vineyard area of over 120,000 hectares, it is home to some renowned wines and is best known for its red and blended wines, made with Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.

Perfection and uniqueness are just synonyms for these wines. French wine that too emphasized aging and character is all you need to start this new year.

These are the best suggestions you need this 2020 year-end, for you to forget the not-so-cool new normal and take a break from this pandemic.