The World's Most Beautiful Vineyards

Marc Gordon
Oct 21, 2019

One of the truly amazing things about nature is the fact that its a force of its own. In fact, some of the world’s most beautiful landscapes are untouched by man. However, you can also find a blend of nature mixed with man-made design by visiting some of the world’s most beautiful parks and plantations, including vineyards. Visiting a winery is the perfect way to experience nature’s beauty while admiring some incredible landscaping – and sipping a glass of merlot while you’re at it. Here are some of the most beautiful vineyards found at wineries around the world.

Leeuwin Estate Winery, Australia


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There are dozens of reasons why tourists flock to Australia each year. From its stunning beaches to its array of fascinating creatures, it’s pretty easy to see why people love traveling down under. But in case anyone needed another reason to visit this friendly and beautiful country, Australia also has some amazing vineyards, such as the Leeuwin Estate Winery. The estate is located in Western Australia’s Margaret River, a region known for its wine-making. Leeuwin estate is one of the most prominent among the 60-something wineries populating the area.

Marques de Riscal, Spain

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If you love wine and Spanish culture, then visiting Marques de Riscal should definitely be on your bucket list. Most wineries have some type of building that functions as their production center. However, Marques de Riscal is not like most wineries, and they decided to take their headquarters to the next level. Hiring famous architect Frank O. Gehry, their estate currently includes a hotel as well as a Michelin-starred restaurant. Sounds like a dream vacation to us.

Mission Hill Winery, Canada

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O, Canada. We love you so! And for more than just your delicious maple syrup. In case anyone was thinking of visiting our chilly neighbor to the north, the beautiful Mission Hill Winery is yet another reason. Travel and Leisure magazine referred to it as “the centerpiece of the Canadian wine tourism industry,” and for good reason. Mission Hill has become a beloved Canadian landmark known for its stunning location on British Colombia’s Okanagan Valley. And for their wines, of course.