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World’s Most Beautiful Wine Regions for a Stunning Wedding

In the past few decades, wine regions have become very popular for holidays, celebrations and simply finding a perfect place to relax. And how could they not? After all, these are some of the most beautiful places in the world among the flowery valleys and beneath mountainous tops. There are usually lakes, sea, and rivers nearby while wine cellars offer unforgettable tasting tours with food and sightseeing of the landmarks. 

So it comes as no surprise that more and more couples decide to exchange vows surrounded by vineyards and picturesque landscapes. If you are one of them, here are the world’s most beautiful wine regions for a stunning wedding making your special day elegant and bursting with colors and tastes.   

  1. Say “I do” among the brilliant green of Niagara

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While Niagara is the most famous for the waterfalls, it is also the world’s most beautiful wine region to say “I do.” The whole Ontario region where Niagara is located is one of the biggest producers of icewine made from grapes frozen while on the vines. But when summer and fall come, this area turns into a brilliant green landscape full of ripe grapes and miles of vineyards. 

Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Riesling are also some of the wines you can have at your wedding reception. Cave Spring and Ravine Winery offer elegant and sophisticated settings for wedding venues. Niagara-on-the-Lake is a village nearby that is great for any activities before and after the wedding, but also you will find some great accommodations for your guests here as well. Since Lake Ontario is close by, you can exchange vows there and then proceed to the reception at one of the wine cellars like Vineland Estates Winery.  

  1. Fairytale wedding in France

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For many, France is the synonym for romance. The language, the music, the scenery, the wine – they all offer perfect reasons to choose this country as a wedding destination. With a reputation of being both cheese and wine country, who wouldn’t want to indulge themselves for their special day.

But the real fairytale wedding is not in Paris or any big city, but rather in the French countryside among the vineyards and flowery meadows. Chêne Bleu in Crestet is a ninth-century property completely restored by the husband and wife duo into a 350-acre manor. This is an ideal spot for a private and small wedding ceremony since the property can accommodate up to 18 guests.

  1. Honeymoon and wedding in Chile

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If there is anything great about choosing the perfect wedding venue that is that you can stay there on your honeymoon. This is not only important to save on your budget, but also to truly relax after stressful planning of the big day. One of those destinations is Chile full of amazing wines, landscapes, and cultures that you will want to stay for months.

Viñamar vineyards are located in the most famous wine region of the country – Casablanca. The estate makes their sparkly wine and pisco sour cocktails which are perfect for the reception after exchanging vows. Another wonderful wedding destination in Chile is Casa del Bosque near Santiago where your guests can ride Coloso – a tractor carriage from the winery to the ceremony. The winery offers wedding venues outdoors and indoors with their chef who will help you craft the menu.

  1. A stylish wedding in South Africa

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South Africa makes some of the finest wines in the world. Thanks to its climate wines like Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Sauvignon Blanc, and Chardonnay are a suburb, although Syrah, Pinot Noir, and Semillon don’t fall behind. However, the country has its signature wines unique for its region – Pinotage for the reds and Chenin Blanc for whites. So, getting married in South Africa means that your reception will serve some exquisite wines among the Mediterranean landscapes. 

If you are looking for luxury, then Delaire Graff Estate will provide you with a wedding venue worthy of a movie star. Established by the Laurence Graff, founder of the Graff Diamonds this estate is also known as the Jewel of the Cape Winelands. Alternatively, Stellenrust Wine Estate offers a dramatic view over the Table Mountain surrounded by vineyards and Stellenbosch Mountains. The estate has gothic chandeliers and rustic design with pine flooring with a capacity for over 200 guests.

  1. A Hunter Valley wedding with hot-air balloons

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Hunter Valley is one of the most popular wine regions in Australia dating back to the 19th century when James Busby brought vine cuttings from Europe. Shiraz and Semillon of the region enjoy global recognition with its rich flavor and are one of the most popular wines on the weddings. Hunter Valley wine tours are must-see events when in Sydney since this region is only two hours away from this Australian metropolis. 

Wandin Valley Estate is one of the most popular choices here with 120-acre estate among bushland and rows of vineyards perfect for photoshoots. Lovedale Wedding Chapel and Reception is for those wanting something more intimate and modest, but equally elegant and stylish with its vintage look. You can even say “I do” in the hot-air balloon while flying over gorgeous landscapes full of colors and incredible sights. 

  1. Napa for the luxurious wine country estates

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Napa is the most prominent wine region in California where glamour meets elegance. Dramatic mountainous view, lavish gardens and stone cellars are only some of the main characteristics that make Napa a luxurious wedding destination. From rustic settings to those worthy of royalty, Napa has it all and that is probably why couples opt for this location to start their happily ever after journey.

Beringer Vineyards is the oldest winery in Napa and its Rhine House is one of the most iconic landmarks in the area. The property has more than one possible venue for the weddings from the redwood forest to wine caves under Spring Mountain making this estate highly popular. On the other hand, Calistoga Ranch is all about the breathtaking nature surrounding the property and offering a more intimate ambiance for the wedding. The nearby lake is one of the favorite locations to exchange vows and Lakeside Restaurant is ideal for a small and classy wedding party.   

  1. Get married on the hill of Italy

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Italy is a country full of history and tradition that one would have a lot of trouble to decide where to get married. But the most beautiful places are those in the Italian countryside full of medieval designs, olive groves, and countless vineyards. One of those fabulous venues for a stunning wedding is Masciarelli’s Castello di Semivicoli, a 17th-century baronial mansion on the hill overlooking the whole Abruzzo region. Surrounded by lush lawns, this château offers 11 suits and is perfect for small weddings although there are more accommodations in the nearby towns. 

On the other hand, Villa La Selva Wine Resort in Tuscany is another example of Italian rusticity and its charms for a wedding venue. This location has a 16th-century garden, ancient cellar, large swimming pool and a panoramic terrace – all places where you can get married. This villa takes up to 250 guests but with a maximum of 24 guests to a sleepover.

  1. Toast with Cava in Spain

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When it comes to wines, Spain makes one of the most famous bubblies in the world – Cava which is ideal to toast on the ceremony. Cavas Dodorníu is a wine cellar close to Barcelona full of history and legacy of producing this sparkly wine for nearly 500 years. Rustic setting with dramatic chandeliers and stone-lined walls is perfect to say “Sí” and then proceed for the reception in Cellar Gran.

El Regajal is a winery in Aranjuez south of Madrid where you can have a big wedding for up to 300 guests. Some of the best Spanish Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot come from this region, while the landscapes are full of vineyards and olive groves. El Jardín de la Viña and El Jardín de los Olivos are two exclusive areas that the estate offers for welcoming guests and celebrating the wedding. 

Final thoughts

Choosing a wedding venue is one of the hardest and most demanding tasks. So, it’s no wonder more and more couples decide to tie the knot somewhere that will make their day truly special. But these most beautiful wine regions in the world are not only wonderful spots for stunning weddings. They are also perfect to spend the honeymoon and enjoy peaceful landscapes and the finest wines on the planet.