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Driving the Future of Wine Tourism

Driving the Future of Wine Tourism

With many planes grounded and international borders closed, Australian’s have taken to exploring their own back yard. In a place like South Australia, the best way to do that is by car. Adelaide, South Australia has 18 picturesque wine regions, 3250 vineyards, 680 wineries, and over 340 cellar doors, 200 of which are only an hours drive from the CBD.

The Future of Wine Tourism after the Impact of Covid-19

The Future of Wine Tourism after the Impact of Covid-19

Wine tourism is considered one of the most developed tourist products in the world in the last decades. This usually requires constant investigation and monitoring to adapt the supply to the evolution of the demand. But what is the future of the wine tourism industry and how was it changed by the Covid-19 pandemic?

What future for Bordeaux wine tourism?

What future for Bordeaux wine tourism?

There is no crystal ball to look into the future, but wine tourism professionals report clients affected by travel restrictions have been rescheduling (and rescheduling) their wine tours rather than cancelling, so the outlook is optimistic.

The Future of Wine Tourism in Lausanne

The Future of Wine Tourism in Lausanne

The current health crisis impedes the activities of wine tourism in the region and receiving visitors on the estates is complicated. But some wineries compete in ingenuity facing this situation. Take “La Cave Alain Emery“, Best Of Wine Tourism 2019 winner in the “Innovative Wine Tourism Experience“ category!