Have you ever had a glass of pinot that was so good that you wish you could bathe in it? Now you can! Dreams come true and wine spas are a thing now. You can literally melt your worries away in a giant bath of wine. Here are the top five wine spas that will make you pour a glass immediately.
Get Loose At Adler Thermae Spa In Italy
The Adler Thermae Spa & Relax Resort in Tuscany, Italy is already beyond beautiful. But when you realize it offers vinotherapy, you’ll probably book a ticket immediately. The spa’s Brunello Ritual package offers guest a wine bath, a wine tasting, and a cheese tasting. Looks like heaven really does exist!
@Tyrion_Halfman showed love on Twitter, “Taking a bath.
Taking a bath. #winebath
— Tyrion Lannister (@Tyrion_Halfman) January 17, 2012
Relax At Aire Ancient Baths In New York
You wouldn’t believe that New York has a hidden wine oasis where you can relax in a bath of wine. Aire Ancient Baths in the Tribeca area will bliss you out and let you melt in divine wine baths. This relaxing experience is worth the trip.
@shann500 raved on Twitter, “I need to go back to
#aireancientbath in the city best experience I’ve had in my life”
I need to go back to #aireancientbath in the city best experience I’ve had in my life .
— FRECKX ???? (@shann500) September 23, 2017
Take It Easy At Ella Di Rocco MediSpa In London
If you can afford a plane ticket to England, it would definitely be worth your while to check out the wine spa experience at Ella Di Rocco MediSpa in London. After a long day of sightseeing, you’ll be ready to wine down with the Sangiovese Bath experience. It’s #WineoClock somewhere, right?
@e_tassi was 100% down on Twitter, “Let’s have a wine Spa!!!
#elladirocco #fridaymood #fridayafternoon #redwine”
— Ernesto Tassi (@e_tassi) February 9, 2018
Unwind At The Belmond Castello Di Casole In Tuscany
Escape the everyday worries of life with a delicious wine bath at the Belmond Castello Di Casole in Tuscany, Italy. Exfoliate with an amazing grape body scrub before unwinding in a pool of red wine while eating grapes. This vinotherapy experience should definitely be on your bucket list!
@LucyHMcK fanned out on Twitter “I now buy wine by the case. this proves that i am a functional adult, not an alcoholic.
has officially joined Wine Club! I now buy wine by the case. this proves that i am a functional adult, not an alcoholic. #WINEBATH
— Lucy (@LucyHMcK) March 23, 2012
Soak It In At Yunessun Spa Resort In Japan
The Yunessun Spa Resort in Hakone, Japan is clearly the number one spot in the world for the wine spa experience. This place is not only a spa, but an amusement park as well. They offer the specialty wine hot tub treatment for only 12 days. This adult Disneyland is a must-see!
@InamohdeH soaked it in on Twitter, “
#yunessunsparesort lets you swim in a #pool of #redwine for your party”
— Jari MH (@InamohdeH) February 24, 2017
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