New Zealand is one of those countries where you can plan your wine tour easily. The country has many vineyards that have picturesque landscape, the excellent hospitality of the local people and some luxurious hotels with fine restaurants and comfortable accommodation for the tourists. Many wineries have tasting rooms where you can test finest qualities wines for free or at very low fee.
These tours not only offer you a journey to those beautiful vineyards but you can also visit some of the top-notch wineries and check out how some of the most famous wines of this world are made.
Before you go to this tour, you must know where to go and how to plan your wine tour in New Zealand. Here you can get the names of some of the top spots that are famous for wine tours in this country.
It is the biggest as well as the most famous wine producing area of Germany. It is located on the top of South Island. Marlborough is known for producing top quality grapes such as, unique Rieslings, Sauvignon blanc, and pinot noirs that are used in the production of the superior quality wines. There you can visit many world famous vineyards which are the production house of world’s top quality wines. Herzog, Highfield Estate, Hunter’s Wine are some of the top-notch wineries that you can visit during your trip to Marlborough.
This is the second largest wine producing region of New Zealand. Hawke’s Bay is located on North Island’s east coast. In the modern tourism industry, this region is known as the premier food and wine destination in New Zealand. Craggy Range Winery, Mission Estate Winery, Te Mata Estate are some of the most popular wineries in this area. These are the classic wineries with fantastic scenic views that attract the travelers automatically.
Auckland is the region where you can find about 100 wineries and vineyards. This region is known for producing rich and Bordeaux-like red wine. This place is also famous for having boutique vineyards on the popular Waiheke Island. Apart from this, there are Villa Maria Winery, Artisan winery, Babich Winery and much more to name.
This region is also located on the North Island’s east coast and famous for its various wineries and vineyards. It is the fourth largest wine region of the country. Here in the Central Valley region, there is Bushmere Estate which is a small region popular for wine production. You can enjoy wine tasting during the summer.
This is another small and idyllic wineries located in the north of South Island. The wine of this region is known for the light red color and an artistic flair. Vineyards like Neudorf becomes world famous for the best quality wine made of Rieslings, Sauvignon blanc, and pinot noirs.
To enjoy your wine tour to the fullest, you must contact the most experienced and reputed Travel Company. Ensure that they can arrange the tour in a perfect manner and at an affordable rate for you as per your budget.
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