Wherever we go in this world, we always seek out the places where the small, old wineries and vineyards are.
Wine countries, whether they're in Europe, Asia, Australia or the Americas, are always beautiful, and they also tend to have great food.
Because wine is big business, agri-giants are growing grapes on vast, industrial vineyards where grapes really shouldn't be grown. You see them springing up in California in the Central Valley, and in the vast agricultural space between the Napa/Sonoma wine country and the Santa Barbara/Santa Ynez wine country. Not beautiful.
But in the places where vineyards are small, and exist among with homes, small towns and other kinds of agriculture, they're always beautiful.
(This vineyard happens to be on the Prosecco Road north of Venice in Italy, where we do our Prosecco Experience. )