Quinta do Crasto, in the Douro, appears in eighth place among the "best vineyards in the world" 2022 but there are seven other Douro "quintas" and a Port wine Lodge and two producers from the Vinho Verde region and one from the Dão that are among the best wine destinations in the world.
The Douro region has seven "Quintas" and one Port Wine Lodge in this ranking: Quinta do Infantado, Quinta da Pacheca, Quinta do Bomfim (Symington), Quinta Nova de Nossa Senhora do Carmo, Quinta do Noval, Quinta do Vallado and Graham's Cellars.
The Vinho Verde region is also represented in this Top 100, with Quinta de Soalheiro and Quinta da Aveleda, and the Dão region with Quinta da Taboadella.
Portugal has thus the largest number of projects distinguished in this top, ex aequo with France.
The ceremony took place in Mendoza, Argentina. The first place went to the modern winery of the Antinori house in Chianti, Tuscany region, Italy. The top three is completed by Bodegas de los Herederos del Marqués de Riscal in Spain and producer Montes in Chile. Check out the full results here.
World's Best Vineyards is an annual list that highlights the best wine destinations in the world. The list is created after nominations from nearly 500 wine, travel and wine tourism experts from around the world. The list, now in its third year, provides insight into the best experiences of all the wineries in the world. There are no predetermined criteria, other than being open to the general public, but there are voting rules that must be respected. Voters are invited to nominate the global experiences that they consider to be the best in the world and that they would highly recommend to a friend.