Looking to take a fantastic vacation to one of the world's best wine regions? We asked the experts to tell us their favorite places to visit.

Daniel Johnnes

(@lapauleenyc @danieljohnnes)

Founder of La Paulée de New York™ and Wine Director of Chef Daniel Boulud’s DINEX Group

"Burgundy, of course!"

 

William Rohlfing

(@SorellinaBoston @rohlfingwilliam)

Assistant General Manager and Beverage Director at Sorellina

"I haven’t had a chance to travel extensively, but my next trip, and one I have been planning for five years, will be to Tuscany. Tuscany, I have been told, is so beautiful that it is where God would live. The region combines great beauty with culture and great, historic wine estates."

 

Marybeth Bentwood

(@WinesofChile @marybethwine)

Executive Director of Wines of Chile 

"Too hard to pick a favorite. There is not one wine region that I've visited that I wouldn't love to go back to - and there are too many that I've not yet visited like Sardinia, New Zealand, Provence, etc."

 

Véronique Sanders

(@_Haut_Bailly_)

CEO of Château Haut-Bailly 

"BurgundyPiemonteSouth Africa… places where you can find a pure expression of the civilization and wine tradition, with always different expressions."

 

Leah Hammer

(@vinfolio)

Director of Cellar Acquisitions at Vinfolio

 

"Valle de Uco, Argentina – still relatively affordable, remote and incredibly beautiful."

 

Lorenzo Ruggeri

(@GamberoRossoUSA)

Editor of Gambero Rosso Wine Travel Food

"Without any doubt Etna on Sicily: authentic food, blue sea, old vines and terrific wines along the greatest active volcano in Europe, which is a magnetic attraction to me."