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Here are South Australia’s top 5 most romantic wine spots to visit.

1 Fleurieu Peninsula

The Fleurieu Peninsula is a paradise for beach lovers. Ever-popular as a weekend escape, you’ll find countless holiday houses and bed and breakfasts right on the water. Take a stroll down to the beach as dawn breaks, or sprawl out on the sand as sun sets. Green hills border jagged cliffs, with ocean swells below. Only minutes away you’ll find quiet coves beckoning swimmers with calm, clear waters.

Invite your love for a vacations and come visit Porto. You will experience a great romance and visit magical places.

Bordeaux is the perfect romantic venue: the scenery, the chateaux, the wine, the food, and the waterways, all grounded in history, leave you spoilt for choice.

The entire Rioja region is a great romantic destination, with its spectacular scenery of two majestic mountain ranges framing undulating hills with their patchwork of vineyards, picturesque villages, bike trails, hiking, hundreds of wineries, Michelin-starred restaurants and tapas bars.

Romantic escape? Verona is where to go!

 This year, sparklingwines from around the world are guests of honour at the competition. At the Bordeaux Palais des Congrès, on the 20st and 21nd April 2018, more than 800 tasters will gather to taste and blind judge a large number of wines, with a view to awarding medals to the best of them, and attributing 11 Special Prizes.

It’s Cabernet Season here in the Napa Valley. That means not only full-bodied red wines, but mild temperatures, shorter days, roaring fireplaces, maybe a little chocolate. In other words: the height of romance. Here’s our idea of a perfectly romantic day in the Napa Valley.

The renowned Michelin Guide of France put Casa Vigil among its recommended

The important Michelin Guide of gastronomy and travel, of France recommended on this end of the year Casa Vigil, the restaurant of Chachingo, Maipú, where the famous winemaker Alejandro Vigil produces El Enemigo. The restaurant had already been distinguished this year as the best restaurant in the winery of Argentina in the Great World Capitals Best Of contest.

The latest issue of 1843, the lifestyle magazine belonging to the Economist group features an article profiling the gastronomic scene in Bilbao, considered a worthy rival of its neighbor to the east and football rival San Sebastian.

One of the stars is chef Eneko Atxa's Azurmendi restaurant in Larrabetxu, with its avant-garde design reflecting Atxa's philosophy toward food.

Azurmendi received a 'Best Of Wine Tourism' award in 2008 from the Great Wine Capitals Global Network.

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