As a family owned winery, Warwick focuses on a wholesome family-friendly day out with a host of wine related experiences with acknowledged excellence in customer service. Taking the Big Five Wine Safari™ through the vineyards, having a tasting/cellar tour with educated and knowledgeable staff or sampling Gourmet Picnics™ with ingredients that are sourced locally and packaging that is environmentally friendly – guests will come away enriched by the experience.
Innovative Wine Tourism Experiences
Bodegas Muga was one of the first wineries in Rioja to open its doors to tourists. The attractive stone and wood building dates back two centuries, and provides visitors with a quality learning experience about the wine, and the wider context in which it is made. The cellars also contain their own cooperage, allowing visitors to learn also about the process of barrel making, so central to the Muga style of wine.
In 1981 David Moreno left his job in Barcelona as an engineer to return to his home town and turn his dream of becoming a winemaker into reality. In 1988 the building work began on what was to become today’s winery, occupying an area of 17,000 m2 with 5,000 m2 of buildings. With capacity to make 2 million litres, our current sales are of a total of 850,000 bottles per year. They make a wide range of fine wines which have earned the recognition of major national and international awards.
Situé entre Pomerol et Saint-Émilion le château Siaurac et son orangerie du 18ème est le plus grand domaine de l'appellation Lalande de Pomerol, avec 60 ha de vignes et 15 ha de parc dessiné au XIXème, au charme immédiat et innatendu dans cette région vouée aux vignes.
Located between Pomerol and Saint Emilion, Château Siaurac and its 18th century orangery is the biggest estate in Lalande de Pomerol appellation, surrounded by a 60 hectare vineyard and a 15 hectares park, designed and planted in the 19th century. On original and innovative program “How to live the wine” allows wine amateurs to discover the Bordeaux wines produced in this family estate since 1832.
In addition to its highly acclaimed wines, Solms-Delta offers a fine Cape kitchen, Fyndraai, where culinary heritage meets modern innovation. An annual harvest festival and seasonal Summer Concerts showcase Cape rural vernacular music. Museum van de Caab explores the slave heritage of the area from where six special interest guided farm tours are led mainly by farm residents. Solms-Delta is owned in partnership by a trust which exclusively benefits the estate’s historically disadvantaged residents and employees.
Offering a true Central Otago experience for visitors, Northburn Station’s The Shed is the first cellar door operation in the region to offer a hosted wine tasting experience which includes canapés that are specifically designed to match our wine. This educates the customer and enhances their wine tasting experience. The wine and food matches are tested regulary by the cellar door staff, to ensure the customer receives the best quality experience, and the staff develop their skills and knowledge.
Al Castello di Verrazzano è possibile effettuare, con vari programmi, la visita alle cantine storiche tuttora in uso. Durante la visita, passeggiando nei giardini tardo-rinascimentali della villa si può scoprire anche la grande storia del navigatore Giovanni da Verrazzano e scorgere i cinghiali allevati nei boschi circostanti. La visita si conclude sempre con una degustazione guidata di vini classici, olio extra vergine di oliva, aceto balsamico e Vin Santo accompagnato dai tradizionali biscotti alle mandorle.
At Castello di Verrazzano it is possible, with several kind of programs, to take guided tours of the historical but still working cellars. During the visit, strolling in the late-Renaissance gardens of the Villa, you will discover the great history of the Navigator Giovanni da Verrazzano and have the chance to see the wild boar bred in the surrounding woods. The tours are always completed with a guided tasting of classic wines, extra-virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegar and Vin Santo (Holy Wine) together with the traditional almond biscuits.