Wine and travel are nearly synonymous — a good destination deserves a nice glass of wine, and a nice glass of wine is a destination. Certain wine-growing regions have become epicenters of travel, attracting wine lovers and tourists from all over the globe. We of-course are familiar with Napa Valley, Sonoma County, and the multitude of wine regions in France and Italy, but wine can be grown all over the world, and is being grown all over. Some of these growing regions are surprising, and each regions adds a slight twist on centuries-old traditions in wine-making. Whether you imbibe in the occasional glass of wine or not, these destinations are beautiful places for traveling and exploring.
In Belgium, the Charleroi, Hageland, Huy, Saing and Torgny regions grow Pinor Noir and Müller-Thurgau grapes that Belgium is most famous for — at least when it comes to grapes. Belgians are…
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