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Chillon Castle has recently opened  a new venue – the Verrée Vaudoise –   for tasting the Clos de Chillon wine.

Unique wine tasting in a unique venue.

A glass of Port wine, served in a café that recreates the cosmopolitan and elegant, inspiring and bohemian atmosphere of the 1930s in Paris, expresses the harmonious relationship between art and wine, which stands out from the visit to the exhibition of 100 paintings by Pablo Picasso at Palácio das Artes, located in the capital of Northern Portugal.

Verona is the perfect place to enjoy a good glass of wine while simultaneously immersing yourself in the art, music, culture, and culinary traditions of Italian life.

The California summer brings on sunny skies and festival season in San Francisco and Napa Valley, a season that was born out of the Summer of Love. Here's what you can't miss this year:

Wine making is considered by many to be an art, but many wineries take the theme of art and wine a step further through architecture, art collections, exhibitions, and partnerships with artists in residence. Then there is the wine label and packaging design; so many ways to bring wine and art together.

There’s an energy about some places which simply draws you in - a cheeky, light-hearted and genuine spirit that is simply, enchanting. With its spectacular views over rolling vineyards to the coast and the Lloyd family at the helm, Coriole vineyards is one such place.

There is no better time in year to celebrate wine to the sounds of great music than during summer season. And, of course, there are also some wineries, which follow the idea of combining art and wine.

It may seem a little early to think about the 2019 harvest, but wine makers have the harvest on their minds all year round as they keep an eye on the climate and survey the evolution of the vines and the grapes. It's never too early for visitors to think about the harvest either. Bordeaux blends several different grape varieties, all ripening at slightly different times. The harvest can last for several months here and every chateau has its own traditions and technical differences. It's an exciting time to visit!

The Andes mountains become blanketed in the year’s first major snowfall, the nights become cooler and the villages fill with the aroma of fermenting grapes and the excitement of festivities that seem to linger for months. It’s no secret that harvest is the best time in Mendoza.

Some people still doubt that our planet is getting warmer, but growers and winemakers in Rioja aren’t among them. In a recent study carried out by sociologists Sergio Andrés Cabello and Joaquín Giró of the University of La Rioja*, 90% of the 481 growers and winemakers surveyed believe that climate change is a reality. 65% feel that its effects will be negative or very negative and 46% think that Rioja will have to adapt to new circumstances.

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