Tasting wine all days is a lot easier to do when you can stay over at the winery at night. These winery inns all over the world are some of our favorites.
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France: Château de Campuget
The Dalle family, one of the area's star producers, turned their 18th-century château with blue shutters, exposed stone walls and toile curtains into this three-room inn. It's surrounded by 444 acres of Roussanne, Viognier, Syrah and Grenache vines.
Hotel Backstory The Planetas, one of Sicily's most admired wine families, opened La Foresteria with 14 rooms decorated in vivid Mediterranean hues. Many overlook vineyards planted with Fiano, which the Planetas turn into the floral white wine Cometaa relatively recent addition to their extensive wine portfolio.
Hotel Backstory The Silva family, who run the winery and hotel, left Bordeaux in the 19th century to make wine in the Andes foothills. Their seven-room inn features tiled porches and distressed wood details.