From Walla Walla, Washington, to China’s Jade Valley, the world’s best destination vineyards offer perfect pairings for their fine vintages: innovative architecture, awe-inspiring views, great food, and unbeatable accommodations.
Peisinger Winery, Austria
This sophisticated Viennese winery operates nearly entirely by hand and has a nearby eco resort.
Jade Valley Winery, China
Sip superior Cabs and Pinot Noirs among jade-and-river-stone buildings in the Qinling mountains.
Bodegas Portia Winery, Spain
Architect Norman Foster designed the structure of this million-bottle winery.
La Rocca Di Frassinello Winery, Italy
A new Renzo Piano-designed vineyard now sits in an up-and-coming district of Tuscany.
Charles Smith Wines, Washington
Former rock-band manager Charles Smith opened a new industrial-chic tasting room for his Boom Boom! Syrah and other wines.
Southbrook Winery, Ontario
Follow the Niagra-on-the-Lake wine trail at this high-end pavilion, which also hosts cooking classes and dinner parties.
Merus Winery, California
This tiny winery, offering just two Cabs, is a great alternative to the theme-park Napa experience.
O. Fournier Winery, Argentina
Gravity-driven wine-making and a bold building design make this a sophisticated stop in the Andean foothills of Mendoza.
L’and Winery, Portugal
With its fireplace-equipped patios and retractable roofs, this winery-resort is a star attraction near Lisbon.
Moorilla Winery, Tasmania, Australia
Sleep in luxury lodges next to the revamped vineyard and the new, private-collection art museum.