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Top10 Best Wine Tours Destinations In The World

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Duero River Valley, Spain and Portugal: Spain is the third largest wine producing country in the world. It has several very different wine region.

Barossa Valley, Australia: Located in South Australia, this is one of the oldest wine regions in Australia.

Mendoza, Argentina: Mendoza wine region produces almost two-thirds of the entire wine production of Argentina.

California: (Napa Valley, Sanoma Valley and more), United States: California is world famous for its wines.

Central Otago Wine Region, New Zealand: The world’s southernmost wine producing region is located in New Zealand.

Loire Valley, France: situated along the Loire River, this wine region in France produces mainly white wines.

Constantia Valley, South Africa: Constantia is e located at the foot of Constantiaberg mountain and just a few minutes drive from the city of Cape Town. 

Willamette Valley, Oregon, United States: The Willamette valley in the state of Oregon is broad and flat, and surrounded by mountain ranges to the east.

Tuscany, Italy: Tuscany is perhaps the most famous wine region in the world.

Chilean Wine Country, Chile: Chile is geographically long and narrow and located at the western side of the Andes mountain range.

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