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Great wine is best shared with friends on a warm summer evening or cosy winter night, and in Adelaide, South Australia there's countless welcoming bars in vibrant laneways that are ready to pour you a glass of the State's finest.


Oh those lovely landscapes and award-winning wines of Napa Valley. St. Helena is in the heart of it. Still, what makes St. Helena extra special is the way it wears its small town soul on its sleeve.

A small city built on wine traditions. Steep riverbanks, lined with vineyards.  Porto paired with nearby Douro is a wine-loving wanderer's match made in heaven that's still suprisingly undiscovered.

Some of the world's most spectacularly set wineries are here in the Andean foothills. Against a background of snow-covered peaks, you'll find warm-spirited bodegas that welcome all kinds of adventurers.

Imagine discovering, in one picturesque neighborhood, the highest concentration of centuries-old wineries in the world. That’s what you’ll find in Haro’s deliciously walkable, “Barrio de la Estación.”

Just an hour from Adelaide, Barossa makes for a gorgeous getaway.  Here's how to delve into a region dotted with welcoming “cellar doors,” charming historic hamlets, and culture to savor, too.

The medieval village of Saint-Emilion, under an hour from Bordeaux, sits on a limestone landscape so gorgeously well-preserved it holds UNESCO World Heritage status. And the reds are sure pretty, too.

Tim Atkin, the british Master of Wine, highlighted Casa Vigil de Chachingo as one of the recommended restaurants to visit in Mendoza. This section was included in its brand new Report 2018. The wine journalist toured different wine regions of Argentina at the beginning of the year and then developed its outstanding report.

On this occasion Atkin made its sixth annual guide for our country, which is composed of 193 pages. Casa Vigil was mentioned by Atkin as one of the recommended places when visiting the province.

The objective of the Caves Ouvertes Vaudoises (Vaud Open Wine Cellars) is to put the terroir and its producers at the centre of the gathering with a following that’s growing year on year. In addition to tastings of the region’s wine-growing products, visitors have the opportunity to enjoy many other local home-grown produce such as Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) cheeses and slicing sausages.