Despite an exorbitant 400% tax on wine (the highest such tax in the world), Thailand has managed to foster an incipient Thai wine industry. The hills of Pak Chong, near Khao Yai National Park are the best location for growing grapes in this sub-tropical climate that allows for biannual harvests. Nearly 1 million bottles of Thai wine are now produced in Thailand, particularly red varietals that are meant to complement the spiciness of Thai food. Tours of Thai wine making vineyards are available year round.
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