When it comes to wineries and vineyards, the first country that comes to people’s minds is Italy, but what people don’t know is that Italy isn’t the only place that has a healthy wine industry. In fact, European countries don’t even have a monopoly when it comes to wines, as there are also Asian countries home to world-class vineyards and wineries, particularly Thailand:

 

PB Valley Khao Yai Winery

Located on a hillside overlooking the Khao Yai National Park, the 400-hectare PB Valley Vineyard is host to a variety of cultivated grapes, such as Shiraz, Cabernet, Tempranillo, Sauvignon, Dorn Felder, Chenin Blanc, and many others of equally high quality. PB Valley is known for the brands Pirom Khao Yai Reserve, PB Reserve, and Sawasdee. There is also a restaurant and resort available for people who need a place to R & R while touring the vineyards. How to make a reservation from Bangkok:   17F,591 UBCII, Sukhumvit 33, Klongton- Nua, Wattana,BKK 10110 Thailand Tel: +66 (0) 2262 0030 ext.  

 

Siam Winery

Siam Winery takes pride of its country, which is why they only buy and grow grapes that are specifically grown in Thailand. Their most famous wine is the Monsoon Valley, and they also produce Spy Wine Cooler.   How to make a reservation from Bangkok: 74/1-4 Viphavadee-Rangsit Soi 78 Viphavadee-Rangsit Rd. Sanambin, Don Muang Bangkok 10210, Thailand Tel: +66 (0) 2533-5600 | Fax: +66 (0) 2533-6080  

 

Wine Tours Thailand

Wine Tours Thailand is not really a winery, but it is perfect for people who want to sample the best wines Thailand has to offer, since they provide customized tours with wine tasting, winery and vineyard tours, as well as packaged lunch and dinner. They offer mostly one or two day trips from Bangkok to the Khao Yai Area.   How to make a reservation from Bangkok: Phone: +66 83 293 0727 Website Contact: http://www.winetourthailand.com/booking_form/contact_form.html

 

Mae Chan Winery

Based in Chiang Rai, Mae Chan Winery runs a plantation that cultivates and grows Black Queen, Shiraz, Malaga Blanc, and many other quality grapes within a 120 acre wide area.   How to make a reservation from Bangkok: 282-282/1-2, Soi 22/1, Silom Road, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500. Tel. +66(0) 2236 0039 Fax. +66(0) 2236 8651    

 

Village Farm and Winery

Located in Nakhon Ratchasima, the Village Farm and Winery is a mid-sized winery covering 80 acres of ground along the ridges and slopes of Baan Pai Ngam village in North Eastern Thailand. The estate produces some of Thailand’s finest wines, as well as other crops that include oranges, flowers, and exotic fruits.   How to make a reservation from Bangkok: B Floor, 388 Phaholyothin Rd., Phayathai, Bangkok 10500, Thailand Tel: + 66(0) 2273 0222-4 Fax: + 66(0) 2273 0226 Email: contact@villagefarm.co.th  

 

The World of Wine

  Based in Pattaya, The World of Wine is one of the larger wine establishments in Thailand, boasting of over 100 types fine wine with prices ranging from 300 THB and upwards. There is a minimum purchase of six bottles, but they also offer free delivery within the Eastern Seaboard. Best of all, the store is charity-oriented as all profits are donated to charities.   How to make a reservation from Bangkok: Tel: +66 (0) 38 368 192-3 Fax: +66 (0) 38 367 562 Website contact:  http://www.theworldofwine.co.th/contact.php

 

Thai French Wine

Thai French Wine is different from other Thailand-based wineries, which usually offer wines made in Thailand. Thai French Wine instead wants to be Thailand’s leading specialist in French Wine. They also ensure quality stock because unlike other wine importers that buy from traders, Thai French Wine gets their wines directly from the wine producers. This means that the inspection and QA reports are done weekly and sometimes even daily.   How to make a reservation from Bangkok: Phone: +66 (0) 38 713 268