Sustainable Wine Tourism Practices

Honig Vineyard and Winery

Honig Vineyard and Winery is a sustainably farmed, family owned and operated winery.While focused on producing high quality Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc since the early 1980’s, Honig is committed to protecting the environment, developing our employees, and supporting the community. The Honig family successfully weaves work and pleasure together, creating a family business with a sense of humor, commitment and a personal touch.

Six Senses Douro Valley

Six Senses Douro Valley sits within the beautiful UNESCO World Heritage-listed Douro Valley. The 60-guest accommodation quinta dates to the late 19th century when it was known as Quinta Vale de Abraão and its contemporary interiors reflect both this rich heritage and Six Senses’ design values. 

Emiliana Winery

Emiliana is the leading Organic Vineyard in Chile and one of the biggest in the world, have a different tour offer.

Our wines and services reflect our passion, wich is to always produce the highest quality with a deep respect for our people and environment

The tour begins with a walk through our gardens where visitors can share with native animals, active characters of biodiiversity that sustains our field.

They visit the vineyards where we explain different soil types, planted varieties and climatic characteristics of the valley. The tour concludes in our cellar, where we store the biodynamic preparations, responsible for nutrition and protection of the vines.

Domaine Bousquet

The Bousquet family hails from the city of Carcassonne, in the South of France and has 4 generations of history in the winemaking tradition. Our passion is to produce wines of superior quality and this is what leads us to Argentina to begin a new chapter in the tradition of our wine making.

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