• Uco Valley, Argentina

    It’s remoteness is part of its charm. Head into the foothills of the Andes to explore the back-to-nature delights of Argentina.

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  • Wachau valley, Austria

    Discover much more than just great wines from steep-terraced vineyards. Takes a short trip with Decanter from Vienna to explore this stunning riverside region.

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  • Peloponnese, Greece

    Remote vineyards and ancient monuments make this region the ideal destination for a wine-lovers’ road trip. Just don’t forget to fill up.

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  • Florence, Italy

    For aesthetes and gourmands alike, a visit to Florence – capital of Italy’s Tuscan wine region – is a must.

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  • Beaujolais, France

    Verdant hills, elegant châteaux and ever more serious wines make this stunning region well worth a detour from neighbouring Burgundy. Read the full guide to Beaujolais, including the best wineries to visit, plus top places to stay, eat, shop and relax.

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  • Baden, Germany

    Hot springs, outdoor sports, delicious local produce and Pinot-based wines make this pretty corner of Germany a real draw.

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  • Mâconnais, Burgundy

    Discover the real France of farmers' markets, Burgundian cooking, country B&Bs and small producers passionate about their vineyards.

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  • Oregon, USA

    Gourmet food, sensational wines and the chance to mingle with winemakers – all at Oregon’s International Pinot Noir Celebration.

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  • Rioja, Spain

    From avant-garde architecture to outdoor pursuits and culinary delights, this area of northern Spain is a traveller’s paradise.

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  • Loire Valley, France

    Fancy a Sleeping Beauty château with your crottin? Decanter picks some of the food and wine highlights of the central and lower reaches of Loire.

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  • Friuli, Italy

    With sea and mountain vistas and diverse local foods, this north- eastern corner of Italy makes an ideal spot for relaxed, uncrowded wine touring.

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  • Champagne, France

    Apart from the famous wines, the Champagne region is rich with world heritage sites, history and art. Read our guide to Champagne, including the best houses to visit, plus top places to stay, eat, shop and relax.

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With its strong French heritage, striking natural scenery, beautiful architecture and forward-thinking vignerons, Franschhoek is a must-stop destination for visitors to the Cape.

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If there’s one grape associated with Franschhoek, it’s Semillon, a variety which ruled in Cape vineyards at the end of the 19th century.

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Whether your day starts with one of Sacred Ground’s cooked breakfasts or choice of breads – the tangy sourdough is fab – accompanied by a Fairtrade coffee, you’ll be well set up for the day’s tasting.

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Editor's pick of Franschhoek's best hotels, restaurants and shops.

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This beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site, with its famous sweet wines, great food and stunning architecture, is a perfect getaway.

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