World’s Best Vineyards For 2023 Revealed – Guess Which Country Tops The List?

i5ngvquo worlds best World's Best Vineyards For 2023 Revealed - Guess Which Country Tops The List?

i5ngvquo worlds best World's Best Vineyards For 2023 Revealed - Guess Which Country Tops The List?

A good glass of wine can elevate the taste of practically any dish it is paired with. The aroma surrounds us and the taste soothes our palate as we relax and unwind at the end of a long tiring day. The process of making wines is no less than an art – with some amazing wineries all around the world. There are wine connoisseurs and courses being organised for enthusiasts, along with private tours and wine-tasting sessions. If you are a wine enthusiast, we have found a list that may come in handy for planning your next trip. The list of the world’s best vineyards has been revealed for the year 2023 and you’ll be quite surprised to see which country comes out at the top.
The list for World’s Best Vineyards 2023 was released in July by the William Reed group based in England. It spans five continents and features some of the best places to ‘taste terrific wines’ and ‘learn about wine-making and growing’ as per the official website. The top 50 list featured some amazing entries which serve as a guide for wine enthusiasts. The top spot was occupied by Catena Zapata in Mendoza, Argentina which was founded in the year 1902. Meanwhile, the second-best vineyard is in Rioja, Spain while the third one is located in Cachapoal Valley, Chile.
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Here Is The Full List Of The World’s Best Vineyards For 2023 (1-50):

  1. Catena Zapata (Argentina)
  2. Bodegas de los Herederos del Marques de Riscal (Spain)
  3. VIK (Chile)
  4. Creation (South Africa)
  5. Chateau Smith Haut Lafitte (France)
  6. Bodega Garzon (Uruguay)
  7. Montes (Chile)
  8. Schloss Johannisberg (Germany)
  9. Bodegas Salentein (Argentina)
  10. El Enemigo Wines (Argentina)
  11. Rippon (New Zealand)
  12. Weingut Dr. Loosen (Germany)
  13. Finca Victoria – Durigutti Family Winemakers (Argentina)
  14. Domane Wachau (Austria)
  15. Quinta do Crasto (Portugal)
  16. Quinta do Noval (Portugal)
  17. d’Arenberg (Australia)
  18. Chateau d’Yquem (France)
  19. Chateau Pape Clement (France)
  20. Jordan Vineyard & Winery (USA)
  21. Gonzalez Byass – Bodegas Tio Pepe (Spain)
  22. Maison Ruinart (France)
  23. Champagne Bollinger (France)
  24. Bodega Colome (Argentina)
  25. Vinedos de Alcohuaz (Chile)
  26. Henschke (Australia)
  27. Abadia Retuerta (Spain)
  28. Brooks Wine (USA)
  29. Ceretto (Italy)
  30. Bodega Bouza (Uruguay)
  31. Champagne Billecart-Salmon (France)
  32. Klein Constantia Winery (South Africa)
  33. Chateau Pichon Baron (France)
  34. Chateau de Beaucastel (France)
  35. Szepsy Winery (Hungary)
  36. Delaire Graff Estate (South Africa)
  37. Vina Casas del Bosque (Chile)
  38. Chateau Mercian Mariko Winery (Japan)
  39. Clos Apalta (Chile)
  40. Graham’s Port Lodge (Portugal)
  41. Chateau Kefraya (Lebanon)
  42. Quinta do Seixo (Sandeman) (Portugal)
  43. Viu Manent (Chile)
  44. Penfolds Magill Estate (Australia)
  45. Disznoko (Hungary)
  46. Veuve Cliquot (France)
  47. Chateau Mukhrani (Georgia)
  48. Bodega Diamandes (Argentina)
  49. Bodegas Muga (Spain)
  50. Vina Errazuriz (Argentina)

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