These 10 Vineyards Have Been Chosen as the World’s Best for 2022
The wineries were chosen not just for their fine wines, but also as wine-tasting destinations.
Recently World’s Best Vineyards announced its 100 top vineyard destinations from around the world. The wineries on the list reflected the importance of the winery as both a producer of fine wines, but also as a destination itself.
“The World’s Best Vineyards highlights wine tourism destinations around the globe and now that travel is back on the cards, this year’s list is more important than ever for raising profiles with tourists and those looking for authentic and unique trips,” Andrew Reed, managing director wine and exhibitions at William Reed, said in a statement announcing this year’s winners. “We are so pleased to have been able to travel to Mendoza for this year’s event. It is a place of extraordinary beauty and of course, lots of amazing vineyards - the perfect wine tourism destination.”
“We were thrilled to be able to host this year’s World’s Best Vineyards event in Mendoza,” Dr. Nora Vicario, minister of culture and tourism of the province of Mendoza, echoed. “Here you can breathe in wine and a culture unlike anywhere else in the world. It is one of the great wine capitals and the combination of mountains, wine, and ever-increasing diversity and innovation makes it a perfect travel destination. Congratulations to all the wineries listed this year!”
Only one U.S. winery, an iconic and recognized winery from California , made the top 10, but another seven cracked the top 100. You can check out the entire list and follow the World’s Best Vineyards on Instagram (@worldsbestvineyards), but we’ve collected the top 10 wineries from around the world below.