If you’re a wine lover, you’ll want to check out these top 10 most visited wine regions in the world, according to the travel app Visited. Visited is a free travel app that allows you to discover and map your vacation destinations and travel goals as well as check off places you’ve visited.
- Tuscany, Italy is at the top of the most visited wine regions in Europe and the world. Tuscany produces some of the best red wines, with vineyards that offer rich and smooth Chianti, Vino Nobile be Montepulciano, and Brunello di Montalcino.
- Provence, France wine region features beautiful vineyards and delectable rose and red wines. Visitors can enjoy art-filled vineyard facilities and tours with wine tastings in the lush south of France.
- Napa Valley, California is one of the most popular wine regions in the United States. Napa Valley vineyards feature world-class wine tastings, tours, events, and a beautiful getaway in California.
- Bordeaux, France is a world-renowned wine region in France that produces the famous Bordeaux red wines, which are made with merlot, cabernet sauvignon, and cabernet Franc. The picturesque region has hillside vineyards, chateaux, and the largest fine-wine vineyards in the world.
- Alsace, France produces some of the best Riesling, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Gewurztraminer, and Cremant d’Alsace, a sparkling wine. The beautiful Alsace wine region in northeast France borders Germany and the Rhine river, making a scenic backdrop for hillside wine tours.
- Lombardy, Italy wine region in northern Italy is renowned for Franciacorta sparkling wine and red Valtellina
- Sicily, Italy is the largest wine-producing region in Italy, with three main types of red grapes grown for magnificent wines, ranging from the sweet Malvasia to the robust Frappato.
- Andalusia, Spain is home to the famous fortified wine, Sherry. You can tour the stunning vineyards in the south of Spain alongside olive groves and a beautiful mix of architecture reflecting the diverse cultures lining the Mediterranean coast.
- Emilia- Romagna, Italy is a fertile region of northern Italy that is 150 miles wide, stretching from the east to the west coast of the country. The area produces both red and white wine as well as delicious local pasta dishes.
- Champagne, France is one of the most popular wine regions due to its world-renowned champagne, a sparkling wine that is only made in the Champagne area. Many of the vineyards are UNESCO World Heritage Sites due to the rich history and unique methods of the wine-making process.
Have you been to any of the most visited wine regions in the world? Choose from over 50 wine destinations in the travel app Visited to create your own travel map and scratch off where you’ve been as well as discover new places for upcoming trips.