Follow a picturesque 45-minute drive south of Adelaide to discover Wirra Wirra, the estate and vineyard instilling heritage, modern flair and fun in every encounter. Here, in the coastal McLaren Vale wine country, visitors soak up the rustic modern charm of the cellar door and trade ‘Church Block Stories’ – a reference to the winery’s famed Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Merlot blend.
30 million years ago, ocean waves lapped at the beach where today countless vines stand. The small wine village of Flonheim in the heart of Rheinhessen has always been a pioneer in vintner cooperations: As early as the 1970s, when many winegrowers were not yet thinking about cooperation, the Flonheim vintners were organizing wine walks. Together they wandered through the vineyards with a group of wine lovers, pulling behind them handcarts with wine casks – even then Flonheim was on the move. Sadly however, during the wine crisis in the 80’s, the activities came to a halt. Nevertheless, in 2007 eleven wineries got together and decided to get involved in the community once again. So, movement again returned to the winegrowers’ community and WineFlow was born.
Trendsetting wine and food experiences, environmental and community sustainability and sharing the gifts of nature are driving forces at Creation in the Walker Bay Wine Region of South Africa. A leisurely 2.5-hour drive south-east from Cape Town, the winery offers draws on wine-making family history to offer world-class Chardonnay and Pinot Noir in the scenic shadow of the Hemel-en-Aarde Ridge and glittering Atlantic Ocean views.
The Graves region is considered the cradle of fine wine making in Bordeaux, the site of some of the oldest vineyards of the region. Just south of the city, it is also the perfect place to choose as a base from which to discover the wineries and châteaux of Bordeaux.
The charm of a country house, where relax, tastefulness and nature blend together to create a unique experience.
Wine makes noise to reach people with hearing impairments.
A group of associations in Mendoza gathers to offer an accessible wine-tourism experience for people with hearing desabilities.
The experience is conducted in Argentine Sign Language and is also adapted to the current context of global pandemic.
The Bertani family’s generations of winemaking experience have helped to form a unique philosophy for the creation of fine wines, through meticulous care of the vineyard, sustainable viticultural methods, traditional techniques, Veronese varietals and the adoption of current innovations. Careful work in the cellar and long aging serve to preserve the product of the vine, bringing a distinct balance to our wines as well as elegance and a great potential for aging in the bottle.
Dreissigacker Winery: We meet in Bechtheim, in the village centre where an alley leads to a typical Rhine-Hessian farmstead. The building is prettily renovated in the colours grey and white, just like many wineries.
Best Of Wine Tourism Award Winner 2020, a sustainable family-owned winery not to miss on your next visit to Napa Valley.
Eating, tasting and learning about sparkling wines with an Andes mountains backdrop at Casa Valle Viñamar, is time well spent.
The first wine based UNESCO Heritage site, Saint Emilion has to be one of the most romantic and authentic places in the Bordeaux region. This perfectly preserved medieval village with its tiny lanes and many restaurants is famed for its red wines. You might not know that they also make a sparkling wine here – Crémant de Bordeaux.
Quinta do Crasto’s first references date back to 1615 and with more than 400 years of history continues to be one of the top references in the Douro Valley.