European wines are some of the best in the world. If you want to make a romantic holiday with your beloved and you also want to discover the region gastronomy (especially its special beverage), Europe best wine regions are only waiting for you!
Let’s take a closer look at the top vineyards in Europe, at the most beautiful wine regions.
Tuscany is located in central Italy, from the Apennines to the Tyrrhenian Sea. Its landscape, historical heritage and amazing cities, Tuscany is one of the most well-known tourist destination in the world. The region’s nature is diverse, starting from the coast (with sandy or rocky cliff beaches) to hilly countryside. Thank to the climate and its relief, Tuscany’s wine makers produce some of Italy’s finest wines. The combination of history, stunning landscapes, and perfect wines make a holiday in Tuscany something extraordinary.
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One of the most beautiful wine regions in France is Burgundy, its renown goes back many centuries. This region is famous for its tasty chardonnays, pinot noirs and also for its historical cities. Favourite tourist sites are Dijon, Cluny, Solutré-Pouilly etc.. Visit the local wine makers and cheese artisan, and enjoy the unique atmosphere of the region.
In this region the climate is perfect and favourable to make wine. Thanks to many hours of sun, moderate temperatures and rainfall, Catalonia is a marvelous wine region in Europe. For tourists, Catalonia offers walks through vineyards, wine tasting, wine festivals, wine and food matching classes. Catalonia is known for Cava (it is a Spanish sparkling wine).
Tokaj is Hungary’s well-known wine region, and also part of the World Heritage sites. The most famous wine of the region is the Tokaji Aszú, Louis XIV called it the “Wine of Kings, Kings of Wines”. Due to the sunny summers and warm autumns, this climate is perfect for making wine. Tokaji Aszú became one of the world’s finest dessert wines. Aszú berries have a very high concentration of sugar, wine makers separate them from unaffected grapes. The result is: intense color and rich flavors.
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