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    When you are visiting a great winery or vineyard where you can taste as many delicious wines as you want, the last thing you want to do afterwards is drive or be driven home and fall into your own bed.

    Good wines are made to be enjoyed leisurely and slowly, which is why it’s a great idea to spend the night at the winery whose cellars you are working on emptying. Many wineries and vineyards have shrewdly picked up on this, and many of them offer the option of staying overnight.

    If you want to spend an evening surrounded by scrumptious wines, then here are the best wineries where you can spend the night.

    Marqués de Riscal, Elciego, Spain

    This prestigious winery has a long history, dating back to the second half of the 19th century, when a local wine expert started training wine makers in the techniques used in the Médoc, a region in France. This modern and luxurious hotel preserves age-old wine making techniques that yield only the best wines, and you can tour the winery and taste the wines while staying in one of the exquisite rooms.

    Alluvia Stellenbosch Wine Farm, Stellenbosch, South Africa

    photo by Antti Simonen

    The Stellenbosch region is famous for its wines, and Alluvia Wine Farm is one of the most fitting places to experience the subtle taste of South African wine.

    The accommodation is nothing less than luxuries regardless whether you’re staying in a suite or a self-catering cottage. There are other things to enjoy besides wine at this winery, like golf, hiking or fishing.

    Matetic Vineyards, Valparaíso, Chile

    Matetic Vineyards looks absolutely stunning, thanks to the careful, modern design that blends in with the surrounding scenery. The vineyard uses only organic practices to concoct its wines, and traditional processes are combined with state of the art techniques that extract the maximum flavor from the delicious grapes of the Valparaíso region.

    L’Acadie, Nova Scotia, Canada

    photo by janasalo

    If you’re a fan of Nova Scotia sparkling wine, then you should book a weekend at L’Acadie, a picturesque vineyard in Gaspereau Valley where you can stay in charming guest cottages. You can tour l’Acadie and taste the sparkling wines, but you can also book visits to five neighboring vineyards too.

    Château Les Carrasses, Languedoc, France

    A lovely French wine is best enjoyed at a chateau, where you can forget about day to day life and feel like a wealthy French winemaker for a weekend and enjoy all the luxuries of the countryside.

    Château Les Carrasses was built in the 19th century and all the rooms are at the height of luxury, with panoramic views of the estate. Sample the wines, tour the vineyard and then relax in the pool or the beautiful gardens.


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