Explore the world of wine with our wine maps

Wine maps are the most useful tool to explore and understand wine countries, regions and subregions whether you are a wine traveler, wine student, or wine enthusiast. At WineTourism.com, we decide to map wine destinations to make your learning or traveling process easier.

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Wine maps of Italian wine regions

Tuscany wine map

Tuscany Wine Region Map

What is included in the Tuscany wine map?

In the Tuscany wine map, you will see the areas within Tuscany where vineyards are located. The map will give you a good helicopter perspective of Tuscany as a wine region with sub-regions within, such as Chianti, Montalcino and Montepulciano and more. The map also includes a short text which outlines the most common grape for the region.

Check out our list of wineries in Tuscany if you are looking for places to visit around the region.

Chianti wine map

Chianti Map Tuscany

What is included in the Chianti wine map?

Chianti region is located in Tuscany, primarily between the cities of Florence and Siena. The map will assist you in locating various subregions. Chianti spans more than 100 miles from north to south. Chianti Rufina DOCG and Chianti Colli Senesi DOCG are well-known for the high quality of their wines. Check out our list of wineries you can visit in Chianti.

Veneto wine map

Veneto Wine Map

What is included in the Veneto wine map?

Veneto wine map shows a variety of regions; this map provides an overview of all the regions in this area. Due to the diverse soil conditions, the Veneto wine region cultivates the most diverse grape varieties. The wine map also shows which regions are known for their red and white wine production. Valpolicella, Amarone Bardolino, and Prosecco are a few wine regions known for producing high-quality wines.

Check out our list of wineries in Veneto wine region.

Soave wine map

Soave Wine Map

Valpolicella wine map

Valpolicella Map Veneto

Prosecco wine map

Prosecco Wine Map (1)

What is included in the prosecco wine map?

Prosecco is a well-known wine area from Veneto wine region, and it is known all over the world. Prosecco DOC is the largest ever, spanning two regions. You will notice on the wine map that the region is divided into two sub-zones, one in the province of Treviso and one in the province of Trieste.

As displayed on the map the Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG designates a large area in Treviso's northwestern province. Asolo Prosecco Superiore DOCG, also known as Colli Asolani Prosecco Superiore DOCG, is another important Treviso designation. The map also includes a short text that talks about the tasting notes of Prosecco.

Check out our list of wineries in Prosecco if you are looking for places to visit around the region.

Puglia wine map

Puglia Wine Map

Sicily wine map

Sicily Wine Map

Abruzzo wine map

Abruzzo Wine Map

Piedmont wine map

Piedmont Wine Map

Piedmont's two major wine-producing areas, responsible for the region's fine reputation, are Barolo and Barbaresco.  As mentioned in the short text most planted grapes in this region are Nebbiolo, Dolcetto and Barbera d' Alba. The region also produces some exceptional white wines. Around one-third of Piedmont wines are white, primarily made with Moscato or Cortese.

Here you will find a full list of wineries in Piedmont.

Barolo wine map

Barolo Wine Map

What is included in Barolo wine map?
Barolo wine region is arguably Italy's most famous DOCG. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site in the northern Italian region of Piedmont, south of Alba. The region is famous for its red grape Nebbiolo, as shown on the wine map. While the wine is a pale brick red in colour, it has a bold mouthfeel, rigid tannin, and slightly higher alcohol content.

Check out full list of wineries in Barolo wine region.

Lombardy wine map

Lombardy Wine Map

Friuli-Venezia Giulia wine map

Friuli-Venezia Giulia Wine Map

Liguria wine map

Liguria Wine Map

Campania wine map

Campania Wine Map

Emilia-Romagna wine map

Emilia-Romagna Wine Map

Maps of French wine regions

Bordeaux wine map

Bordeaux Wine Map

What is included in Bordeaux wine map?

As depicted on the map the Gironde naturally divides the Bordeaux region into parts: the Left Bank, which includes the Médoc and Graves, and the Right Bank, which includes the Libournais, Bourg and Blaye, and Entre-Deux-Mers. The map will assist you in distinguishing between the right and left banks. The Left Bank includes well-known appellations such as Médoc, Graves, Margaux, and Pauillac, where Cabernet Sauvignon is the dominant grape variety, whereas the Right Bank includes Saint-Émilion, Pomerol, Libournais, and Bourg and Blaye, where Merlot is the dominant grape variety.

Saint-Emilion wine map

Saint-Emilion Map Bordeaux

Médoc wine map

Médoc Map Bordeaux

Graves wine map

Graves Map Bordeaux

Entre-Deux-Mers wine map

Entre-Deux-Mers  Map Bordeaux

Burgundy wine map

Burgundy Wine Map !

What is included in the Burgundy wine map?

Burgundy's vineyards produce prestigious red and white wines that are renowned worldwide for their elegance and finesse. The map depicts Burgundy as a wine region, with sub-regions such as Chablis, Côte de Nuits, Côte de Beaune, Côte Chalonnaise, and Mâconnais. The map also includes a brief text that describes the most prestigious appellations.

Check out full list of wineries in Burgundy.

Côtes de beaune wine map

Côtes De Beaune-wine-map

Côtes de Nuits wine map

Côtes De Nuits-wine-map

Alsace wine map

Alsace Wine Map

What is included in Alsace wine map?

The wine map displays the areas of Alsace where vineyards can be found. Alsace vineyards are generally on east-facing land, with the best terroir having a south-facing component. The Vosges Mountains shield this region from excessive oceanic rain. Alsace is well known for four noble grape varieties: Riesling, Gewürztraminer, Pinot Grigio, and Muscat, as mentioned in the map text.

Discover our selected wineries in Alsace wine region.

Languedoc-Roussillon wine map

Languedoc Roussillon Wine Map (1)

Champagne wine map

Champagne Wine Map

What is included in Champagne wine map?

Champagne wine region is one of the most prestigious in the world, not just in France. The Champagne region is located at the northernmost tip of the world's vineyard-growing regions, with lower average temperatures than any other French wine region. Champagne is divided into five regions, as shown on the map: Côte des Bar, Montagne de Reims, Côte des Blancs, Côte de Sézanne, and Vallée de la Marne.

Check the list of wineries in Champagne wine region here.

Loire Valley wine map

Loire Valley Wine Map

Beaujolais wine map

Beaujolais Wine Map

Corsica wine map

Corsica Wine Map

Wine map of South-West of France

SouthWest Wine Map

Savoie wine map

Savoie Wine Map (1)

Rhône Valley wine map

Rhone Wine Map

Provence wine map

Provence Wine Map

Provence is France's oldest wine region, best known for Cinsaut, Grenache, and Syrah. This region is located along France's Mediterranean coast, bordered to the west by the Rhone River and to the east by the Côte d'Azur. The climate in Provence is perfect for grape cultivation. Over 80% of all wine produced in the region is rosé. The map includes a short text describing the region's most common grapes.

Check the full list of wineries in Provence wine region.

Jura wine map

Jura Wine Map

Maps of German wine regions

Germany wine map

Germany Wine Map

In the wine map, you can explore the most important German wine regions. The region is well-known throughout the world for its exceptional Rieslings. German winemakers have access to a diverse range of wine-growing regions from which to produce truly exceptional wines. As shown on the map, some of the wine regions are Baden, Rheingau, Mosel, and Ahr. Germany is known for its red and white wines due to its diverse climate and outstanding winemaking techniques.

Discover all the wineries in Germany.

Mittelrhein wine map

Mittelrhein Wine Map (1)

Nahe wine map

Nahe Wine Map (1)

What is included in Nahe wine map?
Nahe is one of Germany's smaller wine regions, named after the river that flows into the Rhein at Bingen. Nahe area is divided into three sections: Upper Nahe, Bad Kreuznach, and Lower Nahe. The map also includes a short text that describes the region's most common grapes.

Check the list of wineries in Nahe wine region.

Pfalz wine map

Pfalz Wine Map (1)

Rheingau wine map

Rheingau Wine Map (1)

What is included in Rheingau wine map?

Rheingau wine region is in the Rhine district, Hesse state, or the heart of Germany. Rheingau is one of 13 designated wine regions in Germany. Rheingau subzones include Hochheim am Main, Walluf, Eltville, Kiedrich, Hattenheim, Oestrich, Winkel, Johannisberg, Rüdesheim, and Assmannshausen, as shown on the map.

Check the full list of wineries in Rheingau wine region.

Rheinhessen wine map

Rheinhessen Wine Map (1)

Rheinhessen is Germany's largest region. It is located in the south of Rheingau, north of Pfalz, and east of Nahe, as mentioned in the note below the map. This region is well-known for its excellent Riesling. Other notable varieties include Pinot Blanc and Pinot Noir. Wine from this region is worth trying as it produces outstanding wines from both old and new grape varieties. For more information on grape varieties refer to the text included in the map.

Check all the wineries in Rheinhessen wine region

Mosel wine map

Mosel Wine Map (1)

What is included in Mosel wine map?

Mosel wine map shows the areas of Mosel where vineyards are located. The Moselle Valley (German: Moseltal) is a region of France's northeastern region. It is near Germany's border with Belgium and Luxembourg. The best Mosel Riesling wines are among the world's finest whites. Light and low in alcohol, they can be intensely fragrant with beguiling floral and mineral notes, and a wonderful balance of sweetness and acidity.

Here you can discover all the wineries in Mosel wine region.

Saale- Unstrut wine map

Saale-unstrut Wine Map

Sachsen wine map

Sachsen Wine Map

Württemberg wine map

Wurttemberg Wine Map

Maps of Spanish wine regions

Rioja wine maps

Rioja Wine Map

What is included in Rioja wine map?

Rioja wine maps will help you in locating different Rioja regions such as Rioja Alta, Rioja Alavesa, and Rioja Baja. Rioja's flagship grape is the noble Tempranillo, which is used to make delicious reds and blended with other regional grapes such as Mazuelo, Garnacha Tinta, and Graciano.

Check the list of wineries where you enjoy the wines of Rioja.

Rioja Alta Wine Map
Rioja Baja Wine Map
Rioja Alavesa Wine Map

Ribera del Duero wine map

Ribera Del Duero Wine Map

Ribera del Duero is well-known for its premium red wines and is one of Spain's most important red wine-producing regions. The most widely planted grape variety is Tempranillo. The map will show the various sub-regions of Ribera del Duero. The map also includes a short text that describes the region's most common grape.

Find here all the wineries in Ribera del Duero for unique wine experiences.

Catalonia wine map

Catalonia Wine Map

Catalunya is a very renowned region. It is well-known for its high-quality wines. This map will show an overview of the various subregions. Priorat, Penedès, and Montsant are among the most well-known and celebrated. This region is well-known for its wide variety of wine grape varieties, both red and white; it is also quite popular for its sparkling wine, Cava. Catalunya produces approximately 95% of Cava.

Check all the wineries in Catalonia wine region.

Penedès wine map

Penedes Wine Map

Priorat wine map

Priorat Wine Map

Canary Islands wine map

Canary Islands Wine Map

Maps of Portuguese wine regions

Wine map of Portugal

Portugal Wine Map (4)

Portugal has two wine-producing regions designated as World Heritage by UNESCO: Douro Valley Wine Region and the Pico Island Wine Region, as shown on the Portugal wine map. Portugal is well known for both its table wines and its Port wines. The map provides a good helicopter view of Portugal as a wine region, with sub-regions such as Tejo, Douro, Dao, Lisboa, and others.

Discover wineries in Portugal here.

Douro Valley wine map

Douro Valley Wine Map (1)

What is included in Douro wine map?

Douro wine region, located in northern Portugal, is famous for producing Port wine. It is built around the Douro River. It is one of Portugal's most well-known regions. Though the Douro is best known for its fortified wines, the region's total output is fairly evenly divided between Port and non-fortified table wines. This region is known for its red wines, as shown on the map. Douro wine region has three recognized subregions, each covering a section of the river as it flows toward Oporto. The subregions of Douro Superior, Cima Corgo, and Baixo Corgo. The map will help you locate all these regions.

Here, you can discover best wineries in Douro Valley wine region.

Vinho Verde wine map

Vinho Verde Wine Map (1)

Algarve wine map

Algarve Wine Map (1)

Alentejo wine map

Alentejo Wine Map (1)

What is included in Alentejo wine map?

Alentejo wine region in eastern Portugal is well-known and highly regarded. The map provides a good overview of Alentejo as a wine region with sub-regions. Its well-known diversity in wine grapes. The map includes a short text which outlines the most common grapes for the region.

Check the full list of wineries in Alentejo wine region.

Maps of Australian wine regions

New South Wales wine map

NewSouthWales Wine Map

South Australia wine map

SouthAustralia Wine Map

Victoria wine map

Victoria Wine Map

Western Australia wine map

Western Australia Wine Map

Tasmania wine map

Tasmania Wine Map

Queensland wine map

Queensland Wine Map

Learn more about wine maps and how to use them to plan your trips.

Wine maps are diagrammatic representations of an area that show the location of Vineyard areas and where grapes grow best. Wine maps illustrate well-known wine-growing regions. Wine maps can include different types of information but in most cases, they will at least point out the different wine regions within a given area.

Importance of studying Wine Maps

 Studying wine maps is the best way to learn about wines. They serve as a reference to various regions in various countries. Wine maps an in-depth understanding of how climatic conditions, terroir, water, and heat affect wine quality. One must be aware of the locations of rivers, canyons, hills and mountains, seas, forests, and other influencing factors which reflect the quality of the soil the vine is grown in. When studying wine, learning about geography and contributing factors towards grape growth is essential in order to fully grasp the wine regions.

Who can benefit from Wine Maps?

Wine Maps are ideal for wine learners and enthusiasts because they explain how location plays a significant role in the final wine. Maps show the location of vineyards and indicate where grapes grow best. It is a great tool for studying, for aspiring sommeliers, tasting enthusiasts, wine conferences or people interested to know more about wines. Wine maps are also immensely useful for teachers in order to be able to teach about wines and wine regions in a simpler and more illustrative fashion. They prove to be very useful to travelers as whenever wine maps are available, they aid in planning visits to wine regions in a better manner.

Reading a Wine Map

 Reading a Wine Map properly can significantly help you in terms of getting to know about but not limited to :

  1. Wineries/Lodging/Appointment based Wineries : the nearby adjacent wineries in the area which could help travelers significantly in terms of visiting the right places
  2. Climate of the area : wine maps give you a good sense of climate of the area
  3. Variety of grapes : the grapes that grow in that region under the conducive environmental conditions
  4. Regional wine speciality : Type of wine that is available in the region
  5. Geography of the location : such as proximity to the sea or mountains for example, how the western wines from France's South-West are closer in style to Bordeaux while the eastern appellations are more similar to the Languedoc.

In order to read a wine map accurately, one must pay attention to the details and read through the map index well in order to scrape the right information.

What is a Wine Map?

Wine maps are diagrammatic representations of an area that show the location of wine region areas and where grapes grow best. It depicts well-known wine-growing regions.

Why are Wine Maps useful?

 A wine map will assist you in locating various wine regions.

What type of information is included in the wine map?

Wine maps typically include illustrations, grape varietal descriptions, and world information about the region. An in-depth understanding of how climate, terroir, water, and heat influence wine quality.

How are wine maps useful to travelers?

Wine maps can be very useful to tourists because they are portable and illustrative. There are various apps for wine maps. Tourists can plan what all wineries can be visited in a specific region, which helps in better planning visits to wine regions.

What type of information is provided in Wine maps from winetourism.com?

On this page you find wine maps that map out the most important geographical information within a wine region or wine country. Also, we try to point out the most important grape varieties and other basic details in order to better understand the wine regions.

When can a wine map be used?

A wine map is perfect to use when you prepare a wine tourism trip, but a wine map can also be perfect to use while you run a wine tasting at home and taste different wines from a given wine region.

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