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We are welcomed by girls: they look like the Amazons, young and beautiful, professional and with a strong personality.

Sabine is of Danish origin, with long blond hair and typically foreign gab but a very good Italian. She is the reception manager.

Cecilia Leoneschi is the winemaker, black hair tied back and slightly disheveled by the wind, with blacks curls and striking contour that give her a distinct Arabic appearance.

I am well aware of the privileged position I enjoy by working as a wine tour guide for Tuscany Wine Tours in my homeland, Tuscany.

Per Karlsson, a wine and travel blogger (BK Wine Tours), has submitted the following post to participate in the GWC - International Guest Blogger Contest:

A brief introduction to an exciting wine region in Portugal

The Totally Spain Travel Blog, has submitted the following post to participate in the GWC - International Guest Blogger Contest:

The beautiful square in Laguardia where we had a lovely lazy lunch after visiting a winery

 

Andy Steven, a food and travel blogger, has submitted the following post to participate in the GWC - International Guest Blogger Contest:

 

 Impressed With “Farm To Table Concept” of Toscana Restaurant- So Many Tempting Dishes on the Menu

Mindy Joycea Wine and Tourism Blogger, has submitted the following post to participate in the GWC international Guest Blogger Contest:  

 

A Magical Trip to Bordeaux, A Better Trip to the Wine Counter

Victoria Watts, a Travel Blogger from London, has submitted the following post to participate in the GWC - International Guest Blogger Contest:

 
 
Why Stories taste better: A Lesson for bingers from Douro Valley

Linda Bibb, aTravel Blogger from the United States, has submitted the following post to participate in the GWC - International Guest Blogger Contest:

 

10 Reasons to Like Porto

 

Entrena is a small town south of Logroño.  It’s one of the most important wine villages in the Rioja DOC, with about 700 hectares (1730 acres) of vineyards but it’s never been a place that jumps out at you as far as wine is concerned.  Then along came the owners of several vineyards at the top of a hill with a spectacular view of the Ebro valley.  These guys had a dream:  to put Entrena on the map.

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