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This September 4th, Chile celebrates the 4th edition of “National Wine Day and to celebrate Casablanca Valley has prepared entertaining activities.

Mendoza city is a cosmopolitan capital and you’ll have to venture out to the different wine routes to explore the region’s wineries and vineyards - whether you fancy the historical wineries of Maipu or the modern showpiece bodegas of the Uco Valley. Follow the guide!

The Rioja region boasts a centuries-old grape growing and winemaking tradition but hasn’t stopped evolving. There’s a plan for every kind of wine tourist including underground cellars from as early as the 16th century, ‘industrial’ wineries founded in the 19th century that are still active today, the world’s most widely acclaimed museum of wine culture and avant-garde structures designed by internationally renowned architects.

Wine trails, routes and roads in Mendoza

 

The biggest misconception visitors often have before arriving in Mendoza is that the vineyards are on your doorstep. That used to be the case, a hundred years ago, but today Mendoza city is a cosmopolitan capital and you’ll have to venture out to the different wine routes to explore the region’s wineries and vineyards - whether you fancy the historical wineries of Maipu or the modern showpiece bodegas of the Uco Valley.

Two routes to discover what Verona has to offer, between wines and places to enjoy.

The RheinTerrassenWeg makes long distance hikers especially enthusiastic, who are gladly induced to side trips by impressive architecture and inviting wine cellars.

Embark on a culinary adventure through four of Australia’s premier wine, beer and food regions.

A fun and interactive new concept of smartphone downloads allows you to discover the beautiful vineyards and exceptional sites of the canton of Vaud !

This two-lane country road, trimmed with shady oaks and world-class vineyards, is quintessential Napa Valley. Its surrounding land is dotted with so many wineries that you could travel it for a week straight and still not visit all of them.

The North of Portugal produces exceptional quality wines, worthy of a distinguished and diverse cuisine. If the wine from Porto is world famous, Vinho Verde and Douro DOC are the best kept secrets in the region. Have a taste of Douro muscatel and sparkling Távora-Varosa, as well.

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