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Five Wineries You Need to Visit in 2022

Discover the Best Wineries

Who doesn’t like a wine tour? Now that travel is back and booming again, it is the perfect time to experience some of the best wine tours in the world.

Five Wineries You Need to Visit in 2022

Penfolds Magill Estate, Adelaide, Australia

Experience a wine fabulous experience at Magill Estate, the home of Penfolds. You are treated to wine and food and to explore the birthplace for some of the most famous Australian winemaking stories, dating back to 1844.

Only 10 minutes from Adelaide CBD, Magill Estate includes Magill Estate Cellar Door, the fine dining restaurant Magill Estate Restaurant and casual dining offering, Magill Estate Kitchen.

Offering amazing views of Penfolds first vineyard and Adelaide city, it is one of the world’s few urban single vineyards.

Estate Argyros, Santorini, Greece

The Estate Argyros winery is one of the most popular and worth visiting on the island. Surrounded by vineyards, the high quality production facilities are surrounded with a beautiful, relaxing, airy wine tasting hall, making Estate Argyros wine tours a unique experience.

The expertly trained Estate Argyros’ tour guides are able to offer a memorable visit. Tour goers experience the Assyrtiko grape and the Santorini wines at their finest.

All Estate Argyros wine tours include time spend in vineyards and the production side of the winery, followed by a tasting of the Estate Argyros wines, including the famous Vinsanto, coupled with cheeses and cold cuts.

Marqués de Riscal, Eltziego, Spain

With a 150 year history, Marqués de Riscal is the oldest bodega of the Rioja appellation. Marqués de Riscal offers the experience of exploring the history of the bodega since its foundation in 1858 to the modern day, with the chance to enjoy the wine through the use of all five senses.

During your guided visit you will learn the history and production while also getting to taste Marqués de Riscal Limousin (D.O. Rueda), XR de Marqués de Riscal (D.O.Ca.Rioja) y Barón de Chirel (D.O.Ca. Rioja),with Idiazabal cheese, sausage and chorizo from Rioja.

Mission Hill Family Estate, Okanagan Valley, Canada

Over four decades, Mission Hill have discovered small and unique geological pockets to plant vines from Lake Country in the north to Osoyoos in the South Okanagan.

The team combines international experience with very different educational backgrounds to collaborate in every step of winemaking – from deep in the soil through to the cellars.

Mission Hill Family Estate’s invites you to enjoy their high quality wines matched with thoughtful food pairings and its unique architecture, all while guided by their wine ambassador.

Del Dotto Vineyards, Napa Valley, America

The Del Dotto Vineyards is one of the more popular vineyards in the Napa Valley region due to a visit from the Kardashians in April of 2021. The publicity from their visit was a perfect booster so Del Dotto could showcase their incredible wines.

Opened in 2007, this winery pays homage to our family’s Venetian heritage dating back to 1150. Adopting the Venetians’ desire to live in a beautiful world, the architecture of the winery and caves is unlike any other property in Napa Valley and a must-see for locals and visitors alike.

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