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Vine Vera’s Favorite Vineyards Around the World – Vine Vera Reviews

Winery in the South of FranceWine making is one of the truest forms of art that is practiced all over the world. From the old world vineyards that can be found all over Europe to the modern day wonders seen in places like Argentina, US, Canada and Australia; vineyards and wineries are an experience in themselves. Visiting a vineyard is a sight to behold and an adventure unlike any other. Enjoy this selection of Vine Vera’ favorite vineyards around the world and plan your next wine-fueled holiday to a place that truly deserves it.

Cape Lodge, Margaret River, Australia
Cape Lodge is located at a 3-hour drive from Perth. This vineyard is famous for its spectacular surroundings and tranquil natural beauty. The property itself is a treat for the eyes and the fine Shiraz and Sauvignon Blancs that this vineyard produces is totally worth it. Cape Lodge’s idyllic position and spectacular vineyards makes it one of the finest lodges in the world that is set amidst 40 acres of gardens, natural forests and vineyards.

Casa Silva, Colchagua Valley, Chile
Casa Silva ranks among the finest and most unique wine estates in Chile. It is located in the Colchagua Valley and is known for its exciting food, affordable accommodations and beautifully decorated surroundings. The warm and friendly atmosphere is a huge plus and the entire property is steeped in tradition and history. One of its biggest charms is the restaurant that is actually located in a barrel room and offers an amazing selection of local and international dishes.

Franschooek, South Africa
The vineyards of Franschooek draw connoisseurs and wine lovers with their spectacular natural beauty, delicious wines and artisan food products. These vineyards date back 3 centuries and also feature numerous farm stores, cafes, museums and gardens. The region produces all sorts of wines, right from velvety reds to superlative whites. However, the sparkling wine is what makes Franschooek so famous. The ideal way to explore the vineyards of Franschooek is to rent your own car. Vine Vera also recommends you to make sure that you choose the Artisan Food Route, a treat for food and wine lovers that stops at numerous food producers, bakers, cheese makers and olive growers.

Cavas Wine Lodge, Mendoza, Argentina
The Cavas Wine Lodge is an award winning vineyard that is located at the foot of the Andes Mountain. It is an ideal place to enjoy delicious food and exquisite wines and is also known to be one of the most stylish places to stay in. The Cavas Wine Lodge tries to offer personalized services to each guest and the 60 acre vineyards provide an array of breathtaking landscapes and prestigious wines. Guests are encouraged to try out home cooking, spa treatments and wine tastings. Cavas also makes an ideal choice for honeymooners longing for a romantic setting and some exclusion.

Old St. Mary’s Convent, Blenheim, New Zealand
The Old St. Mary’s Convent is located in the midst of Marlborough Wine Country. It is surrounded by beautiful olive groves and vineyards and is known to offer an unparalleled level of boutique luxury to its guests. This historic Victorian convent has 19 bedrooms, a music room, a chapel and a library. Its interiors have remained unchanged for more than 100 years and the property still exudes its old world charm and character.

Balgownie Estate Vineyard Resort and Spa, Yarra Valley, Victoria, Australia
The Balgownie Estate Vineyard Resort and Spa is a 69 room rural resort that is famous for its intimate surroundings, well appointed interiors and stylish decors. The main features offered at the resort include tennis courts, a spa and a swimming pool. The reds produced in its vineyards are known to be truly spectacular.  Being located in the Yarra Valley of Australia, this beautiful vineyard is also known to be an ideal location to check out verdant landscapes, enjoy a plethora of cafes, orchards and restaurants and watch marsupials among the grapes. The natural beauty of the area truly sets it apart from most of the other wine regions of the world. The valley also houses an art colony that demands creativity and boasts of a bohemian vibe.