Architecture and Landscapes
As Australia’s oldest family-owned winery with 170 years of history to draw from, it’s no surprise that honouring Yalumba’s unique history is the key motivator in crafting a range of experiences and tourism services. It makes sense that their experiences are built around the landscape, grounds and buildings that have shaped the Yalumba brand, like the Yalumba Clocktower, a 5-foot clock that is wound by hand every week which features on their logo. Visitors are already aware of the heritage landmark before stepping foot in the Angaston grounds.
This wine estate is one of the essential places for wine tourism. Located in the heart of the Douro Valley, it has exceptional conditions for the production of wines and olive oil of the highest quality. It has been affirming itself in the tourist scene, by the excellence of the service and by the magnificent landscape and stunning views.
In addition, the property, located on the right bank of the Douro River, in perfect harmony with the surrounding terroir, has a history that comes from far back, with numerous architectural references of interest:
Visiting Delaire Graff Estate is always an unforgettable experience. Situated on the crest of the vertiginous Helshoogte mountain pass, between Stellenbosch and Franschhoek, the 40-hectare property is at the heart of South Africa’s most historic and prestigious wine-growing region
SOLO CONTIGO WINES
A unique concept that combines tradition and innovation.
SoloContigo Wines, located in Los Chacayes, Mendoza at the foot of the Andes Mountains, is a “must visit“ in the world of Argentine wine.
In the middle of the Grand Cru locations Schlossberg, Hölle and Probstey, the Thörle Winery has created very modern pleasure rooms. The new Hofgut am Norenberg with its stylish vinotheque invites (inter)national guests in front of the glass front with limestone walls, walk-in wine climate control cabinet and barrique cellar to taste noble top wines at the granite wine bar: from Riesling to Pinot Noir and Silvaner.
Casablanca BCW boutique hotel is located in the center of Casablanca Wine Route, with crops of Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Merlot, allowing to know, enjoy, taste, breathe in deep connection with the wine and country world of valley.
Spending a night at the Castel de Daval is much more than staying in a traditional hotel. This BnB offers 5 rooms, decorated and named among autochthone varieties of grapes. It is located in the middle of the vineyards surrounded by the alps.
Classified as a Historical Monument and listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Cordeliers Cloister is one of the most picturesque monuments in Saint-Émilion.