It is widely recognized that Europe is among the regions the produce the largest and finest wine in the world. In fact, in the latest figures provided by the International Organization of Vine and Wine (OIV), the European countries Italy, France, and Spain topped the list with a combined production of 110 million hectoliters (mhl) in 2017. No wonder why tourists continue to flock to this region not only to visit beautiful places but for wine and food tasting as well. You might be one of them.
If you are in the U.S. and if traveling to Europe for now is not feasible to you for some reason, do not fret! You can still try the best-tasting wine without going far away. Yes, you read it right. Some of the best wine brands in the market today can also be found in America.
If you are in California, it is even more easier to reach these wine-producing regions. These places are considered many tourists as a “wine sanctuary” and “vineyards and culinary marvels” in the south. They can be reached by a few hours drive from San Diego, California border down to Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico. You should definitely try them if you happen to be a wine lover.
So, without further ado, here are some of the places in the region that received (and continue to receive) rave reviews from tourists who have been there.
There’s more waiting for you down south in this Mexican region. A few hours ride from San Diego opens up new vistas where excellent vineyards and wineries nestled, waiting for you to discover.
See? You can fly to Europe for wine tasting if you want to, but the fact remains that there are other wineries nearby that crossing the Atlantic might not be necessary.
What more? There are quite a number of tour packages that can take you there – the hassle of you working for your itinerary personally is no longer part of the equation.
Untour.Cool can provide you just the wine tasting tour package you need. In Europe or in America, either way, we deliver top-notch quality services you deserve.
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