The Great Wine Capitals Global Network proudly participated in the highly anticipated Wine and Travel Week 2024, which took place in Porto from 18th to 25th February. This annual event, set against the backdrop of one of the world’s most beautiful wine regions, showcased the vibrant intersection of wine culture and tourism, highlighting the global community’s passion for wine.
Porto Best Of Wine Tourism 2024 Awards were presented at the iconic Casa da Música, celebrating the best wine tourism projects across different categories in the region.
Welcome to Switzerland, home of high-quality wine!
This important forum will take place during the National Grape Harvest Festival, where Mendoza
is host to important business entrepreneurs, government representatives from the political and
economic sectors, and members of the Diplomatic Corps in Argentina.
Welcome to “Art Ferment,” the podcast where the rich legacies of wine and art blend into a sensory exploration like no other.
Do you want to learn a bit more about wine this year to talk the talk in the tasting room?
South Africa is the only country in the world that can accurately pinpoint the exact date of origin of its wine industry, due to a diary entry from 2 February 1659.
Buenos Aires and Mendoza are the first two Hispanic destinations in South America to see restaurants recommended by the MICHELIN Guide.
The awards were unveiled in a ceremony held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on November 24th.
In an exciting development that promises to invigorate the global wine community, the Great Wine Capitals Global Network (GWCGN) is pleased to announce the election of Paolo Arena as President and Jo Colins as Vice President. The appointments were confirmed during the 2023 GWC Annual General Meeting held recently in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Following the success of the first edition in Zurich, the second edition of the “Best Escargot Rouge” trophy was held on Thursday, November 9, in Aigle, as part of the new Divinum trade show.
Following the Best Of Wine Tourism Awards 2024, the stage was set for the public to have their say. The Great Wine Capitals Global Network, a pioneering initiative that has been celebrating innovation and excellence in wine tourism for over two decades, held its breath as the votes rolled in.
Wine Enthusiast magazine has recognized Antigal Winery and Estates for its unwavering commitment to quality, innovation and sustainability in winemaking. This award is about Antigal’s continuous pursuit of excellence in producing wines that capture the essence of Argentinean terroir.