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World Wine Web, the Great Wine Capitals' official newsletter | May 2020
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Because of Covid-19, the very concept of wine tourism has been shaken up a bit and wineries in the Great Wine Capitals regions have had to re-invent their offer and services to respect the constraints of confinement.

They have adapted their communication strategies during the lockdown to overcome the challenges and they now work strongly to be able to welcome visitors under optimum secure conditions.
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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.


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.


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


COVID-19 has necessitated plenty of innovation in the digital space. Here are three ways wineries are communicating with their customers in the Coronavirus era.


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!


After the period of confinement imposed on Portugal and the whole world by the new coronavirus pandemic, the economy is starting to gradually reopen, and as so tourism resumption is also being prepared.

In order to reinforce visitors confidence in the destination, tourism players have been studying the necessary changes and planning new procedures to be incorporated in their activity to provide a health safety environment to both their customers and employees.


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