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Magnificent Winery Hotels Around the World


Love wine, design, and hotels? Check out these six spectacular winery hotels and start planning your next vino-vacation. 🍷


Clos Apalta hotel

Clos Apalta (Colchagua Valley, Chile)

Pair a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon with a valley view from your hillside casita. This upscale retreat, tucked into the heart of Chile’s big red wine country, combines a Relais & Chateaux hotel, winery, and intimate restaurant. Work off the calories hiking, biking, or horseback riding.


Capofaro

Capofaro (Salina Island, Sicily)

There’s a “getaway” then there’s “getting away.” Capofaro, perched cliffside on a remote island off Sicily, falls in the latter. Surrounded by Malvasia vineyards, all-white rooms express minimalist Aeolian style. Camp out on your terrace with a glass to watch the fireworks from volcanic Stromboli.


Babylonstoren (Franschoek Valley, South Africa)

Babylonstoren (Franschoek Valley, South Africa)

At the foot of the Simonsberg Mountain, Babylonstoren occupies a 1692 Cape Dutch estate. Cottages and farmhouse suites mix contemporary touches with antiques for a country-chic vibe. Gardens and a bakery supply world-class restaurant Babel. The Greenhouse hosts wine-soaked picnics.


Herdade da Malhadinha Nova (Alentejo, Portugal)

Herdade da Malhadinha Nova (Alentejo, Portugal)

Pop the rosĂŠ, don a swimsuit, and slip into the pool. Views of the rolling hills dotted in cork trees and hay bales, stretch for miles at this remote spot in southern Portugal. A Michelin-starred chef consults on the regional menu.


Château Smith Haut Lafitte (Bordeaux, France)

Château Smith Haut Lafitte (Bordeaux, France)

The family behind this legendary winery discovered wine is more than a delicious good time: grape seed polyphenols improve skin. Beauty company Caudalie was born, expanding into a 5-star hotel, spa, and 2-star Michelin restaurant. Eat, drink, spa, repeat.


Craggy Range (Hawke’s Bay, NZ)

Craggy Range (Hawke’s Bay, NZ)

High-scoring wines, a striking Middle‑earth setting, or luxe rooms: it’s hard to decide which aspect of this winery-restaurant-lodge thrills most. Thanks to big picture windows in cottages and suites, you’ll wake up to otherworldly views of Te Mata Peak.

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