Top 5 Regions for Real Wine LoversTouristy TrinketApril 9, 2020CultureFood & DrinkMixologyThe best of drinking & dining0 Comments 02 min read A small list of the Real wine regions to plan your next trip around:Piedmont, Italy:An easy drive from Milan or Turin, this is Italy’s most picturesque wine region, which also happens to produce its best wine. November is the best time to visit, in season for its world-famous white truffles. Wineries to visit: Sottimano, La Spinetta, Elvio Cogno, Produttori del Barbaresco. Burgundy, France:This is the benchmark region for most real wine lovers. A trip here is a must to experience the intricacies of how soil and climate can define a wine. Wineries to visit: Berthaut-Gerbet, Maison Roche de Bellene, Joseph Drouhin.Mosel, Germany:Home to Germany’s best wines, the landscape of the Mosel is covered with majestic, steep slopes. Wineries to visit: Joh Jos Prum, Max Ferd Richter Willamette Valley, Oregon, USA:Oregon is such an ideal place to produce wine, that many great French winemakers have made it their second home. Wineries to visit: Evening Land Vineyards, Lingua Franca, Drouhin Oregon, Domaine Serene.Santa Barbara County, California, USA:Wine country is about an hour away from the beach city of Santa Barbara, with diverse microclimates such as the Sta Rita Hills (produces incredible Pinot Noir and Chardonnay) and Ballard Canyon (makes great Syrah). Tasting rooms within the city make it all the more convenient. Wineries to visit: Au Bon Climat, Margerum Wine Co, Stolpman Vineyards, Beckmen Vineyards Touristy TrinketStay connected on the freshest stories shaping the world of food, travel, vetted luxury and more.Follow us on Social.