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14 Of The Most Unique Winery Tours In The World
Bodegas Muga
Tour Bodegas Muga in Haro, Spain with a bird's-eye view from a hot air balloon. For a premium price, you can opt for a private package to soar high with a select group.
The winery in the Rioja region has no shortage of dazzling landscapes to view. Once back on the ground, you'll be transported to the winery for a tasting and optional guided tour.
Campo Alla Sughera
Campo alla Sughera in Bolgheri, Italy offers an immersive virtual reality experience, providing insider knowledge without the backbreaking work.
Simply don a VR visor and witness the stages of a vineyard and winery during harvest time, from hand-picking the grapes to transferring them to the tanks in the cellar.
Besides producing exceptional icewines, Inniskillin in Niagara, Ontario offers an unique icewine experience for guests who want to closely watch the chilly process.
Taste a flight of three wines, sampling them in assorted glasses to savor the elements that make each one distinct. Additionally, a few tasty morsels accompany the wine samples.
Cricova Winery
Cricova Winery in Moldova offers a guided tour of its underground cellar labyrinth, with roads about 300 feet below ground and holding over one million wine bottles.
The tour makes its way through segments of the route by transporting guests on a small train and can be combined with a wine-tasting flight in one of the underground tasting rooms.
At d'Arenberg in McLaren Vale, South Australia, winery guests get to step into the role of a winemaker at The Blending Bench. The process helps finetune your senses, too.
The grapes will have already been harvested, pressed, and fermented, and you get three samples of shiraz wine to blend at your discretion. You can then take the blend home.