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Fall is a time of color and beauty in the valley and it all starts when the last of the grapes come in and harvest comes to an end. The valley floor is covered with yellow and red foliage and the aroma of fermenting grapes seeping out of their tanks fills the air with the smell of blueberries and yeast. Besides the complete and utter beauty of Napa Valley, there are also a lot of fall happenings to check out.

Here is your fall to-do list:

 

Mendoza provincial governor Alfredo Cornejo and Gabriela Testa, president of Emetur (Mendoza Turismo) presided over Mendoza’s 2017 Best Of Wine Tourism  awards ceremony held at the Ángel Bustelo Auditorium on September 27. The event was widely attended by local and regional officials and representatives of the Mendoza wine trade.

The event organized by the Port and Douro Wines Institute in partnership with Port Wine Companies, celebrated this Monday, October 10th, its first anniversary.
My Port Wine Day takes place every month, always on the 10th at 6pm, and aims to promote the various matches between gastronomy and Port Wine.
In this anniversary edition the proposed experience was, tinned sardines paired with Port Wine. Strange, no? Take a look at these mouth-watering photos. 


On Friday 23 September, the National Wine Centre of Australia played host to the official announcement of the seven South Australian businesses named as the winners of the Best Of Wine Tourism awards as part of Adelaide’s membership to the Great Wine Capitals Global Network.
 

On 23 September 2016, highly esteemed wine brand St Hugo officially opened the doors of its brand new home in the Barossa, South Australia.

The McLaren Vale in South Australia, is one of the great and oldest names of Australian wine, one that ranks with other classic regions such as Coonawarra and the Barossa.

130,000 visitors since June, when the beautiful Cité du Vin opened to public!

Bordeaux Wine Festival 2016: Great Wine Capitals, guests of honor!

Bodegas Franco-Españolas, winner of a ‘Best Of Wine Tourism’ award in 2012 for Innovative Wine Tourism Experiences, continues to delight wine tourists with its program of ‘enoactivities’ at the winery.

More than 1000 Australian and overseas wine industry delegates are in Adelaide this week to learn the latest in information and technology supporting the entire grape and wine value chain.

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