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World Wine Web, the Great Wine Capitals' official newsletter | March 2020
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The world is shutting down because of Covid-19. The challenges for many countries to save lives and economy is huge, and the tourism industry is experiencing the maximum impact of the crisis.

We, as Great Wine Capitals, stand for the wine and tourism sectors, and we will keep sharing and promoting good practices, virtual visits, on-line education facilities; anything that will help our wineries recover when this will be all behind us.

Follow our social media activities to stay tuned. Stay home. Stay safe.

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Jacques Faurens, President of Great Wine Capitals Global Network : "Our World has suddenly entered a difficult period. The covid-19 virus is changing our lives, our habits, our families, our businesses..."


We live in a world where time has become the most valuable resource, so much so that we speak about the luxury of time, and we carefully choose where we invest it.

Consequently, and talking about hospitality, our clients measure their experiences in terms of how much they have enjoyed (or not) the time they spent in a winery experience rather than in doing anything else...


Visitors are the lifeblood of a wine tourism business.  The business’s goal is not only to convert visitors into consumers of the winery’s brands, but into brand ambassadors as well.  If you provide an unforgettable experience for your visitors, they will pay you back many times over.


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