Architecture and Landscapes
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.
Kimbolton Wines recently won Best Architecture and Landscape in South Australia at the Best of Wine Tourism Awards. Thanks to their new architecturally designed Cellar Door built from repurposed shipping containers, Kimbolton Wines and the Langhorne Creek wine region are now firmly marked on the map.
Built in 1933, Martini was one of the first five in Napa Valley to open after the repeal of Prohibition and has been meticulously restored. They feature an array of world-class tasting experiences, reflecting our enduring commitment to Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. The restored winery was designed for immersive indoor and outdoor wine experiences including a 36-seat teaching theater,spaces for customized library tastings, and private cabanas with bottle service available under Sycamore trees.
As a historic winery building, the wine cellar authentically epitomises a piece of Ingelheim’s history as the “red wine town”.
On their first visit to Quinta da Pacheca, even before its acquisition, the current owners envisioned the possibility of sleeping in giant barrels as soon as they entered the estate's aging Port wine cellar and became dazzled with the size of the existing vats. From this idea to the first sketches it only took a few months, in full tune with the architect Henrique Pinto came the first sketches of what would become the current Wine Barrel's by Quinta da Pacheca.
A place built in complete harmony with the environment, on top of a hill surrounded by vineyards. A magical and unique place, with a privileged view, where you can feel the sea air breezes coming from the Pacific. We will meet an old Espino tree, a typical Chilean species, that will welcome us and invite us to stay in silence for a few minutes to appreciate the imposing view of the valley.