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The Best Wineries in the World

Greek historian Thucydides wrote, “The people of the Mediterranean began to emerge from barbarism when they learnt to cultivate the olive and the wine.”

Wine has always played a big part in many cultural, social and religious events and it has also been seen as a symbol of civilisation, as seen from the quote by the historian who lived in the 5th century BC. With wine being so popular the world over, it seemed like the natural progression of things for wineries to be bigger and bolder than ever before with architects and designers paying homage to the alcoholic ambrosia with stunningly constructed wineries. Here’s what we compiled for you.

  • Chateau Margaux

This is the wine estate for Bordeaux wine and their best wines produced by the winery are super expensive. Although this estate produced wine even back in the 12th century it is only in the 16th century when the Lestonnac family came into the picture that wine production in the region became of greater importance. The mansion of this winery is featured on bottle’s label.

  • Bodegas Ysios

This amazing masterpiece of a structure was designed by architect Santiago Calatrava and is located in the La Rioja region of Spain. Minimalistic , but bold at the same time, this structure can be seen from a long way off. The building’s body is made of copper stained cedar which resembles giant wine barrels and the wavy aluminium roof mirrors the landscape around. An impressive structure to compliment the fantastic wine produced from this region.


  • Darioush Winery

Of Persian origin, this Napa winery’s buildings and grounds was created to mimic the grandeur and luxury of a Persian palace. Offering wine tastings, with choice cheeses, a tour of this winery should be on everyone’s to-do list, especially if you live in the area. Their Shiraz is particularly recommended.

  • Chateau Pichon-Lalande

This Bordeaux winery is owned by the Rouzaud family and it is also one of the most photographed wine chateaus in the world. Their wine styles include Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. Looking like something out of the Sound of Music, this impressive structure represents the grandeur of the families of the French wine producing region.

  • Marques de Riscal

One of the oldest of the Rioja, it opened for business in 1860 and has since been pioneers of innovation while retaining their traditional past. They came up with the idea of combining the production space with a space for leisure. The building itself celebrates color, innovation, irregularities in shape and non-conformism to conventions. Just like its wine, it stands out from the rest.


  • Castello Di Amorosa

This castle and winery is located in Napa Valley, California’s wine producing region and the winery had a castle built which stayed faithful to 12th and 13th century specifications complete with a moat, traditional fireplaces and even frescoes on the ceiling that took Italian painters one and a half years to complete. He wines – no matter if you prefer Pinot Grigio or Pinot Noir, the Chardonnay or Zinfandel, the wines from this winery will definitely leave you wanting for more.

  • Opus One

The brainchild of Baron Philippe de Rothschild and Robert Mondavi, this winery became the California cult wine to be sold in Asia and Europe. Created to be America’s first premium wine, the buildings of the winery as well as the grounds reflect the investment the two partners put into the creation of the winery. While Robert Mondavi’s winery helped cement the creation of wine within the brand, Rothschild’s name provided the air of respectability to make it one of the most expensive wines sold on the market back in 1980 with a bottle going for $50.


Vineyards and Wineries 101

The sight is a common one in wineries all over the globe. You’ll see extensive fields of grapes growing in rows of vineyards and their sole existence is to produce wine or wine vinegar. However, grape varieties are not clumped up together thinking that just because they are grapes it doesn’t matter what type you plant. Each grape variety is planted in different sections – for example, Chardonnay, Zinfandel and Pinot Noir. This makes harvesting a lot easier. When harvesting time comes, the workers pick the grapes in different sections so that the grapes are not mixed up as each specific type of grape makes a specific type of wine.

The vineyard is never idle and is usually bustling throughout the year apart from the winter season when the harsh climate causes the vineyards to lay dormant. There is a lot of care that has to go into the care and maintenance of the grapes and the vineyard workers have to constantly provide care to the grapes through the use of fertilizers and checking the grapes for mold or pests which could damage the crop.


The workforce not only includes laborers to pick the grapes and to make sure that the grapes are well taken care of, but laboratory workers are also included. Their jobs are to evaluate the chemical nature of the bottled wine chemical composition of the ripening grapes, to see if they are ripe and also to check what adjustments are needed once the grapes undergo the pressing process. After the grape juice is pressed, it needs to be checked whether it is suitable to be made into wine.

Nowadays vineyards have changed with the times and many times the wines produced at the vineyards are sold directly at the tasting rooms in the vineyards. Often tours are offered to visitors who get a glimpse into the process of creating wine as well as they are given the opportunity to taste the variety of wine sold there. Larger wineries may not only have the production equipment used in making wine, but they may also have warehouses, bottling lines, tank farms and more.

The wine making process also includes the fermentation of the grapes as well as blending and ageing of the fruit. Larger wineries can either sell their wines to other corporations or have a brand of their own that they commercially sell in stores. This means that there has to be a marketing and sales team. Tasting experts as well as tour guides are used by the larger wineries. Smaller wineries however, usually can only sell to the buyers who visit them such as restaurants from the area. This helps the smaller wineries to cut down the marketing costs and get higher profits which would otherwise have been utilized to spread the word.

winery1There are many wineries from all over the world that attract tourists and visitors by the thousands and it has become quite the trendy thing to do to visit a winery on a nice sunny afternoon for a session of tasting. The inclusion of tours has opened the doors to a whole new side for wineries as this draws visitors looking to have the wine experience – of walking through the vineyards, seeing the grapes on the tree and finally sampling the goods produced. As wines produced and sold at the tasting rooms are always a lot cheaper than the ones found in the stores, it turns out to be quite a money saver for both parties. Wineries and vineyards have progressed and come a long way since 6000 years back, but the purpose of enjoying the alcoholic beverage has remained the same.


Wine Producers of the World

The World of wine is slowly changing and with it the list of countries that produce wine. We have seen a shift of wine production from traditional wine making countries to new wine countries. Wine is an alcoholic beverage that has been enjoyed by man for thousands of years. It’s mentioned in Biblical posts, in other works of literature and was the ambrosia of the Gods (apart from Nectar). With such a rich and long heritage, it’s time to see where the world of wine is headed to.

France and Italy has always been known as the world’s top producers of wine and have competed for the top spot for many years. Each country produces on average around 45 million hectoliters a year. That’s definitely a lot of drinking! Although this has been a constant trend for many years with Spain coming a distant third, it seems that the picture may be shifting to a different landscape.


But as there has been a decrease in the consumption of wine in Europe, the production is slowly moving to countries outside of the EU due to an agricultural policy that has subsidies uprooting of the vineyards. This is because there was too much supply and less demand, and to prevent a Wine Lake from happening where the countries would be faced with over production this regulation was kept in place.

Now the production has shifted to locations like the USA, Argentina and South Africa which have upped their production with China also featuring as a big player. The wine production of Europe used to account for 73% of the total wine production in the world which has dropped to 60% in recent years.

Surprisingly, France and Italy used to be the biggest wine consumers in the world, but that number too has declined with the shift moving to the US, China, Russia and Australia. More wine is being exported now to various countries with 40% of all wine being exported compared to the 25% of earlier years. This does mean more diversity in wines for wine drinkers from all over the globe.

As of now the top ten wine producing countries in the world are France, Italy, Spain, USA, China, Argentine, Australia, Chile, South Africa and Russia. Wine needs the right combination of water and soil types for grapes to produce the best wine. Climate plays a huge role in determining the quality of wine that is produced and wine is grown on all the continents of the world barring Antarctica.

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France, the leading producer of wines has a large amount of wine growing regions like Alsace, Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne to name a few. The wines grown in these regions are so famous that they take the name of the region itself. The wine itself is divided into many types according to the environment around in which it is grown. From the more common pinot noir and chardonnay to the more rare qualities like ice wines that need very specific conditions to produce their unique taste, wines have been enjoyed by people from all over the globe.

Wine is not only to be enjoyed with a light meal, it is a social drink that is associated with class and has been collected by collectors from all over the globe. A bottle of wine produced decades and even hundreds of years back not only hold their value but far exceed it, as the rarity of having one exist for so long makes it very valuable. Wines normally can be consumed up to fifty years after its manufacturing or bottling but that may be pushing it – after all, you want to enjoy your drink, not have vinegar with dinner.