Moving forward with the next wine region, we can stop at La Rioja in Spain. Even from the Roman times that transformed the wine drinking into a culture, the wine from La Rioja has been an integrated part of the Spain vineyards history. Nowadays, the region produces a lot of appreciated wine brands, such as Crianza, Reserva and Gran Reserva. Adding the Spanish style and the nature, will be a plus to coming here and enjoying a glass of wine.
France is a country where by definition, the wine is an art, a culture and in some of the cases, even a religion. Therefore, it benefits from the best wines that exist in the world. This can be proved by tasting some of the wine from the Bordeaux region, one of the most appreciated wine regions from Hexagon.
Here, both the red and the white wines are appreciated, which makes up of this region, the perfect destination for all the Dionysus Gods believers. There are over 60 types of wines here and approximately 8500 local producers.
If you have been to Germany but never drank wine, as they say it is the country of the beer, you should think twice. The Mosel Valley is filled with vineyards, which make a very good local wine. This region houses small, quite, romantic villages; with German style houses, which nearby have some hills, filled with vineyards. Unlike other regions, here the white wine is more famous.
Australia is not all about kangaroos. It is about more, about millions of sheep and other unique animals, which exist just in this place, as well as the land of the wines. This is the Barossa Valley, right near the Mengler Hill. There are hundreds of hectares of vineyards that cross all the way to the line of the austral horizon. You can stay and have a glass of the best Riesling ever or of a Chardonnay and feel perfect. Afterwards, if you can still walk, you can visit the churches, the museums and the clubs from the region. They will prove charming.