30 million years ago, ocean waves lapped at the beach where today countless vines stand. The small wine village of Flonheim in the heart of Rheinhessen has always been a pioneer in vintner cooperations: As early as the 1970s, when many winegrowers were not yet thinking about cooperation, the Flonheim vintners were organizing wine walks. Together they wandered through the vineyards with a group of wine lovers, pulling behind them handcarts with wine casks – even then Flonheim was on the move. Sadly however, during the wine crisis in the 80’s, the activities came to a halt. Nevertheless, in 2007 eleven wineries got together and decided to get involved in the community once again. So, movement again returned to the winegrowers’ community and WineFlow was born.
In Adelaide’s leafy southern suburbs, you will find an local institution, the Edinburgh Hotel. The pub, built in 1867 in Mitcham Village has an expansive dining room, four bars and a classic Australian beer garden. In this garden however, sitting outside on a sunny afternoon, you are more likely to be served a delicious Clare Valley Riesling or a Barossa Rose.
Trendsetting wine and food experiences, environmental and community sustainability and sharing the gifts of nature are driving forces at Creation in the Walker Bay Wine Region of South Africa. A leisurely 2.5-hour drive south-east from Cape Town, the winery offers draws on wine-making family history to offer world-class Chardonnay and Pinot Noir in the scenic shadow of the Hemel-en-Aarde Ridge and glittering Atlantic Ocean views.
The Graves region is considered the cradle of fine wine making in Bordeaux, the site of some of the oldest vineyards of the region. Just south of the city, it is also the perfect place to choose as a base from which to discover the wineries and châteaux of Bordeaux.
The charm of a country house, where relax, tastefulness and nature blend together to create a unique experience.
The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), Visit Portugal and the city of Reguengos de Monsaraz have announced that the 5th UNWTO Global Conference on Wine Tourism will take place on 9-10 September 2021 in Reguengos de Monsaraz (Alentejo), Portugal.
The Western Cape is a place known for its abundance of quality wine and the Cape, in particular, is intrinsically tied to the vine. Nowhere is this truer than in Cape Town and the Cape Winelands, regions overflowing with award-winning vintages and home to a number of world class vineyards
Producers of Mendoza boost their exports working together to send their products to the world. Argentina has been producing wine since the sixteenth century, when the Spaniards brought with them the vines to produce the mass wine. Little by little, this industry...
The careful selection of the best products by wine store professionals plays a fundamental role in helping consumers understand and enjoy quality wines.
A delicious glass of Rheinhessen wine – Reh Kendermann has many of these on offer and all of great quality.
Which are one of the best online/physical wine retailers or merchants in which you will find some of the best wines of regions such as Porto, Douro Valley, and Vinho Verde?
Wine tourism is the perfect opportunity for producers to get closer to their customers. Nowhere is this more important than in Bordeaux, where the traditional way of selling Bordeaux wine can make the final consumer seem distant.