Château Feely

One hour away from Bordeaux, in the beautiful setting of an organic and biodynamic vineyard overlooking the Dordogne Valley, Château Feely offers 2 luxury eco-conscious cottages dating from the 18th century. The ideal place for a nature-rich holiday. A strong ecological spirit guided the restoration of the Wine Lodge and the Wine Cottage, with a special care given to every detail : use of natural lighting, noble material, organic paint...Fully in tune with this philosophy, guests never forget to give the organic waste to their feathered friends...



Carmo’s is a romantic, cosy and exclusive boutique hotel with 15 luxurious rooms planted in a rural setting.

Located in the oldest town in Portugal right in the heart of the region of Porto and the north of Portugal, it is surrounded by verdant nature, where the vine, symbol of a people which has risen above a life of simple farming, took root. Its modern design was inspired by the architect Carvalho Araújo, whose use of concrete interacts lovingly with the Portuguese rosewood carpentry, old church pieces and Lalique crystal.

Weingut Dohlmühle

The Dohlmühle, one of the oldest mills on the little river Wiesbach, was first made mention of in 1346. Today, the traditional estate can be
counted amongst the pioneers of the region. The Dohlmühle Estate impresses with its comprehensive offering including accommodation, a spa,
a restaurant as well as a vaulted cellar, and truly pampers visitors with wine and food tastings, covered wagon tours through the vineyards,
readings, and other events.

Weinhotel Kaisergarten

The Weinhotel Kaisergarten in Alzey obtains the award in the category Accommodation. Established in October 2014, the First Class Hotel with its 47 rooms closes a gap in this tourism segment. Its guests experience wine culture in every corner: Right in the lobby a wine bar invites to tastings; on the walls the family Biegler & Brand, who operate the hotel, presents fossils and displays sample soil formations from their vineyards. The room categories of the minimalistically furnished chambers are inspired by the German wine quality classification: Accordingly, there are "Late Vintage" or "Auslese" rooms. The adjacent wine store with the opportunity to do wine tastings adequately completes the ensemble.

Harvest Inn by Charlie Palmer

What makes our service different: At Harvest Table, it's our belief that great food deserves great wine and in that spirit, the wine team, led by wine director Sasha Hagenlock, has sourced an incredible collection of local wines that include many Napa Valley classics along with some great up-and-coming superstar wines. The menus reflect the influences of cuisines from all over the world and a similar--yet unique--approach was taken in the development of Harvest Table's wine program. 

Domaine de Grange Neuve

Set in the heart of the Périgord region, Domaine de Grange Neuve offers its guests the opportunity to experience the life of a “vigneron” by staying in a charming cottage which is none other than the manor house of the owners! Large families and groups of friends will appreciate this 450m2 house on 2 levels overlooking the hilly countryside. Among the leisure activities available, guests can enjoy the heated swimming pool, the billiards, fishing excursions on the lake and, needless to say, a guided tour with a personalised tasting of the domain’s precious nectar.


Babylonstoren is a Cape Ducth farm with vineyards and orchards surrounded by the dramatic mountains of the Drakenstein Valley.  It has an exceptionally well-preserved werf dating from 1690.  A fruit and vegetable garden of botanical diversity supplies a remarkable restaurant.  Guests staying at the exclusive farm hotel enjoy access to the entire farm, plus spa and gym facilities.  The very essence of Babylonstoren is to keep things simple and as true to the earth as possible.


A 240 hectare working wine and fruit farm dating back over 300 years, with an exceptionally well-preserved farm yard.  A Garden of Diversity pays tribute to the gardening traditions of the Cape.  Guest accommodation reflects the integrity of the original architecture of the Drakenstein Valley and its symplistic blending with landscape and climate.  Guests may enjoy a walk in the remarkable fruit and vegetable garden, along the Clivia lined stream, sample wines grown on the slopes around the Simonsberg and enjoy a meal at one of the restaurants where distinct flavours celebrate the seasons a


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