Wine tourism refers to tourism in wine regions and wineries.
In most cases, wine tourism goes hand in hand with food tourism. And depending on the history of the region, it can also be connected to cultural tourism.
Wine tourism consists of visits to wineries and the production facilities.
There are destinations for all types of traveler… from La Rioja in Spain, where there are hundreds of wineries to visit—each more unique and enchanting than the last—to Mendoza in Argentina, with its spectacular Malbec, and ending with the Champagne trail in France.
A mixture of nature, tourism and enology that offers visitors a unique and charming experience. A truly all-encompassing form of traveling, perfect for friends and couples alike: From cultural visits in the area and romantic stays to gastronomy and fantastic wine tasting. But that’s not all… These locations also invite you to try vinotherapy, with spas at the hotels and wineries offering wine-based treatments.
Countries that offer wine tourism include: Chile, Italy, Argentina, Spain, France, Australia, Portugal, Germany, the USA and Mexico.
To enjoy the vineyards at the best time of year, we recommend visiting between July and October, when the grapes are ripening.
Take part in the grape harvest and learn about this painstaking process — it’s an experience you’ll never forget!
The Mayan Riviera is located on the Caribbean coast in the state of Quintana Roo, in the eastern part of the Yucatan peninsula. Given its location, it boasts a privileged