From parcels of a mere 45 vines to full-production vineyards, Sweden has a growing wine scene. The thing is, you\u2019ve got to be there to get a taste of them, as many of the wines aren\u2019t exported to the U.S. These four vineyards are worth a visit for both their wines and hospitality offerings, and they\u2019ll give you a real feel for the southern portion of the \u201cLand of the Midnight Sun.\u201d\r\n\r\nOn the southern end of the artistic island of Gotland, a summer getaway for Stockholmers, sits Gute Ving\u00e5rd. The winery is well known for \u00c4del, a sweet wine made from botrytized Solaris grapes. During the summer, tours are offered starting at $16, which includes tastings of two wines. The property also houses a hostel and a restaurant with outdoor dining.\r\n\r\nIf zip-lining and a spa visit are also on your agenda, \u00c4stad Ving\u00e5rd on the southwest coast is the destination to visit. Wine tastings range from around $11 to $60 per person, depending on how many you sample and the tasting\u2019s theme. Popular options include a wine and cheese tasting, a friendly wine tasting contest and a selection of sparkling wines. There\u2019s a hotel and a few cottages on-site, too, so you can sip in total comfort.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nIn southeastern Sweden, Blaxsta Ving\u00e5rd cultivates 5,500 organic vines in Flen, producing Chardonnay, Merlot and more. Try its \u00c5ker\u00f6 apple ice wine, made when temperatures drop below 14\u02daF. In addition to winery tours (around $27) and tastings, Blaxsta Ving\u00e5rd offers cooking classes, hunting, fishing and golf, plus an onsite restaurant and a hotel that boasts saunas in many rooms.\r\n\r\nS\u00e4rtsh\u00f6ga Ving\u00e5rd in V\u00e4derstad, a short distance from Lake V\u00e4ttern, offers farmland charm in a four-room bed-and-breakfast complete with wooden walls, whitewashed ceilings and all the rustic-luxe accessories you can imagine.\r\n\r\nThe cold-weather grape Solaris is a showcase here, but don\u2019t pass up the sparkling wine, sparkling cider and apple ice wine, either.\r\n\r\nTastings start at $39 for a flight\u2014perfect before dinner at the wood-fired pizza restaurant.