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MendrisiottoTerroir offers a personal experience for everyone, couples, families, small groups usually up to 16 people.

It offers standard and tailor-made routes, depending on the season and availability as well as special programs, linked to special events.

Wine making is an art. Each bottle of wine tells a story, and through it we can understand a terroir, its culture and its people.

Sofía Ruiz Cavanagh´s, Wineobs founder and director, pursuit to know all those stories led her to discover every corner, each maker and each soul anxious to capture the expression of the place in their wine, and to transform the visit to their winery into a memorable experience.

The red slopes (Roter Hang) of Nierstein are one of the most spectacular vineyard sites of Rheinhessen: The steep slopes drop right into the Rhine River. The wines that grow here belong to the highest quality products of all German wines. And right through them, Michael Voß steers his bright-blue truck with its cute round front and the big platform behind, loaded with wines and champagnes and delicacies.

Come on to the Region of Lausanne Great Wine Capitals and visit the beautiful town of Sion, in the heart of Swiss Alps, with the concept "Sion & Wine Tour"!

With 160 years of existence, Quinta da Avessada still keeps alive the old traditions and legacy of the ancestors, conveying it, however, with a twist of modernity.

It was the first Quinta (wine producing farm) in the region to plant a Moscatel Galego (Muscat) grape variety and, consequently, to produce the famous Moscatel de Favaios, named after the small village where it is located, right in the heart of the Douro region.

Château de La Dauphine in Fronsac is no stranger to this blog. They were first featured when they won their first Best of Wine Tourism Gold Award in 2014, for Architecture & Landscapes. Hardly surprising, as this beautiful 18th century chateau and its park are nestled in the foothills of the vineyard slopes of Fronsac, overlooking the banks of the Dordogne.

Villa Lucia Museum in Laguardia, in partnership with Bodegas Valdemar, located in Oyón-Oion in Rioja Alavesa, have collaborated to develop an extensive all-inclusive tourism program that enables consumers to visit wineries and museums without any visual, auditory or physical limitations. Throughout the properties and without the need for prior appointments, people with disabilities can learn about wine and wine production and enjoy an integrated experience.

This effort recently earned them a 2020 International Best Of Wine Tourism award.

On August 30th, 2018, in Vila Nova de Gaia, the new project of Real Companhia Velha opened its doors, with a visit centre, a museum, a bar, shops, tastings and restaurants: the 17•56 Museu & Enoteca (Museum & Enoteca) is located close to the Cais de Gaia (Gaia Pier). It is a modern, welcoming place, where the wine is highlighted and where it is the dishes that accompany the choice of nectars. And there is so much to choose from: both in terms of wine and in terms of food.

Enjoy a captivating experience in the Gerardo Cesari wine world!
 

In Mainz young winemakers seduce their guests with wine, culture and lots of open air flair in a unique After Work Wine Lounge.

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