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The 18 wines regions of Adelaide, South Australia are home to over 50% of Australia’s wine grape production, and over 80% of Australia’s premium wines are produced in South Australia. It’s no wonder that the University of Adelaide is the most renowned school for winemakers and viticulturists in Australia.

Wine lovers and those interested in wine tourism have several options to pursue official degree programs and continuing education studies in the Rioja region.

Mendoza has a long tradition of cultivating knowledge related to wine and its professionals have received international recognitions that highlight the level of their preparation.

Chateau Feely is excited to announce a new range of virtual wine tasting parties, live tasting and pairing classes, and online courses. 

Mendoza is looking for ways to continue developing its wine and tourism industry despite the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Rioja wineries have adapted their communications strategies to be closer to their customers and have made an important contribution to the protection of healthcare professionals treating victims of Covid-19.

In addition, from Day One they have made plans to greet future wine tourists in a new environment, maintaining excellence under optimum safety conditions.

Confined home?

Discover the canton of Vaud from your sofa! Dream now and travel later to the region of Lausanne!

Thanks to this new interactive portal, the tour of the canton is accessible with one click. Be your own guide and navigate among the most beautiful sites. Our regions have never seemed so close!

 

Despite the French lockdown during this crisis, the Bordeaux vineyards remained busy; nature hasn't stopped just because we have. The vines have been pruned and they are shooting up into the spring sunshine. Work continues in the cellar too. Luckily properties have the luxury of the space to carry out all these activities while still respecting social distancing.

Come and meet the young generation of wine makers and managers who are ringing the changes in Bordeaux and are keen to meet their clients face to face to share their passion, building experiences some of which are also aimed at a younger generation.

A new $50 million six-star luxury hotel and day spa will be built at Seppeltsfield in the Barossa Valley.

The 12-storey hotel, called Oscar Seppeltsfield, is being built by Luxury Hotels Australia Pty Ltd which is made up of a group of South Australian business leaders.

Project spokesman Toby Yap says the hotel will attract new markets to the region and drive growth in domestic and international visitor economy, while creating an additional 363 construction jobs and 350 ongoing jobs for the region once operational.

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