Hatten Wines Vineyard in Northern Bali
The glorious vineyard of Hatten Wines is situated along the North Coast of Bali, between the towns of Seririt and Pemuteran. Along the North Coast, Hatten Wines owns and manages the vineyard, in partnership with local land owners. The 45 hectares of vineyard in the village of Sanggalangit is open to visitors looking for a vineyard tour and wine tasting experience in the middle of this stunning natural landscape.
With evergreen vines, the vineyards of Hatten Wines propose a year-round experience of growing grapes in Bali. Showing different stages of vine growth at its Welcome Center, the visit offers a great educational opportunity. Open from 10:00 a.m. to 16:30 daily (except Sunday and Balinese holidays), visitors can explore the vineyards, sit back and taste the wines of Bali.
Luxurious Vineyard in Rural Myanmar
Aythaya Vineyard provides wine lovers with a truly unique experience at Myanmar’s first vineyard, located just 25 km from Inle Lake. The vines here produce Shiraz, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Savignon, Chenin Blanc and Moscato wines. The 14 hectare property is ideal for romantic escapes or leisurely family holidays, with attentive staff, spacious living quarters and sublime backdrops of well-tended vines giving way to the rolling Shan Hills. At an elevation of approximately 1150 meters, the cool air presents a welcome environment for guests to spend time exploring this beautiful elevated region of Myanmar.
Visitors are taken on a journey through the collection of unique wines and invited to learn about their important role in shaping the wine industry and wine culture in Myanmar. After exploring the vines, there is an opportunity to taste the wines from their selection and lunch at their Sunset Wine Garden Restaurant.
Vineyard Tour in Khao Yai
Thailand’s range of locally produced wines are making a name for themselves on the wine map. In recognition of this, Destination Asia Thailand has created a short escape taking guests to Thailand’s newest wine area, right next to the spectacular Khao Yai National Park, a couple of hours’ drive Northeast of Bangkok. Produced and processed in the stunning Asoke Valley and sitting at an elevation of 350m above sea level, the vineyards here are cool, dry and perfect for nurturing wine grapes.
Khao Yai National Park is Thailand’s oldest and best known nature sanctuary, listed by UNESCO as a world heritage site. The rolling hills and temperate climate also make it ideal for cycling. Our tour from Bangkok combines some of the best cycling trails here with wine tasting and delicious Thai food to spice up your adventure. If you enjoy the outdoors and a bit of exercise, then this is the perfect experience.
The two vineyards we visit are GrantMonte Winery, located adjacent to Khao Yao National Park as part of the GranMonte Estate; and PB Valley – Khao Yai Winery, the first vineyard to be opened in the region covering over 20 hectares.