Mr. Juan Carlos Sancha, Doctor in Viticulture and Oenology and professor of Oenology at the University of La Rioja, and his wife, Mrs. Marian Nalda, are personally committed to a project that fights to avoid forgetting minority grape varieties and pulling up old vines.
Sustainable Wine Tourism Practices
In a renovated space, with a gastronomic proposal of origin, Casa Valle Viñamar is reopened, a new concept that seeks to give all wine lovers a space to enjoy.
Bodega Santa Julia is a family owned company located in Mendoza, Argentina. It is today the largest organic winegrower of the country with 305 hectares certified located in Maipú and Santa Rosa at Mendoza.
Les Vignerons de Tutiac” go one step further regarding environmental preservation. Bordeaux’s leading cooperative winery is committed to an Agri Confiance® approach that encourages an environmentally friendly viticulture.
The "Bike'n'Wine – Cycling in Mendrisiotto to discover wine" experience offers participants the opportunity to discover the region of Ticino with the most vineyards, the Mendrisiotto, often called "the Tuscany of Switzerland".
Sustainability and ecology is at the core of everything Gemtree Wines do. Certified organic and biodynamic, Gemtree has one of the largest certified biodynamic vineyards in Australia. The Cellar Door is sustainably built with recycled materials; powered via a 10kw solar panel system and running off rainwater.
Honig Vineyard and Winery is a sustainably farmed, family owned and operated winery.While focused on producing high quality Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc since the early 1980’s, Honig is committed to protecting the environment, developing our employees, and supporting the community. The Honig family successfully weaves work and pleasure together, creating a family business with a sense of humor, commitment and a personal touch.
As a maintainer of two historical grape varieties, the family-run winery H.L. Menger promotes agro-biodiversity and biological diversity in the vineyards.
Six Senses Douro Valley sits within the beautiful UNESCO World Heritage-listed Douro Valley. The 60-guest accommodation quinta dates to the late 19th century when it was known as Quinta Vale de Abraão and its contemporary interiors reflect both this rich heritage and Six Senses’ design values.