Time to explore

Embark on a journey of discovery with this Insider’s Guide to each region’s distinctive experiences, ranging from shark diving in Adelaide to Michelin dining in San Francisco | Napa Valley to attending Ecole du Vin wine school in Bordeaux. Explore why each region earns its distinction as a Great Wine Capital of the World and is a must-see for discerning travellers who seek fine wine and unique travel experiences.

Adelaide | South Australia

10 Must Do Experiences in Adelaide | South Australia

Looking to add some peak experiences to your bucket list? Adelaide has you covered with these ten must-do’s, from heart-pounding outdoor adventures across rooftops to up close and personal encounters with native wildlife. Recharge with a bike ride through the picturesque Clare Valley countryside, or take an epicurean self-driving tour to markets and craft breweries. Enjoy the year-round festival culture in Adelaide, and discover some of the most eclectic nightspots and small bars such as the Pink Moon Saloon where the local wildlife gathers.

Bilbao | Rioja

10 Must-Try Dishes in Bilbao and Rioja

Here are five fish and shellfish-based dishes from the Basque Country and four meat/vegetable dishes as well as a cod dish with vegetables from the Rioja region that you absolutely have to try while visiting northern Spain. We’ve included links to recipes in English if you want to prepare them at home.


10 Amazing Wine Experiences to Enjoy in Downtown Bordeaux

In addition to being a Great Wine Capital, downtown Bordeaux has the added bonus of being a great walking town with a wonderful array of wine experiences and activities all within an easy reach by foot or tramway. Ditch the car, put on your comfy shoes and check out one of all of these 10 wine-derful destinations, from wine bars and shops, to museums and cultural centers.

Lausanne | Switzerland

Not-To-Miss Experiences While in Lausanne

Situated on the shores of Lake Geneva, Lausanne offers a wealth of seasonal events for lovers of visual art, theater, jazz, sport, and gastronomic delights as well. Home to the International Olympic Committee headquarters; Lausanne also hosts the Olympic Museum and Olympic park. Wander the charming shop-lined streets amid centuries old cathedrals and soak up the historic, yet cosmopolitan atmosphere. Lausanne is the ideal spot to tour the many museums and galleries.


9 Wineries with Relevant Architecture

Perhaps no other wine region in the world has as impressive an array of architectural standouts in winery design as Mendoza. These nine wineries raise the bar high by blending artistic style and environmental initiatives to achieve a balance of utility and beauty in harmony with the landscape.


10 Wine Experiences You Can't Afford to Miss in Porto

The world epicenter of Port wine is set along the Douro River in Porto, Portugal. This charming city is easy to navigate by foot and filled with world-class restaurants, stunning tile work and architecturally diverse buildings. These nine experiences are a must for wine and Port lovers visiting Porto.

San Francisco | Napa Valley
United States

10 Michelin Star Restaurants to Experience in San Francisco & the Napa Valley

San Francisco and Napa Valley are chock-full of fine dining options and the bounty of the region is reflected in the fresh ingredients and seasonal menus prepared by many talented chefs who reside in the Bay Area. The following nine restaurants represent the best of the best and each one of them have been honored with the highest award a restaurant can achieve - the elusive Michelin Star rating.

Valparaíso | Casablanca Valley

9 Best Places to Have Breakfast and Wine

When in Chile do as the Chileans do and enjoy a glass of wine anytime of day including for breakfast. Breakfast and wine ? Sure, why not ! These nine happening spots in Valparaíso and Casablanca Valley - from small hip coffee shops to full-service restaurants - offer the best and tastiest places to have breakfast and start the day with a glass of wine.


10 Amazing Wine Experiences to do in Verona

One of the most cosmopolitan cites in Europe, Verona is rich in culture and heritage capturing the excitement and feeling of Milan, Venice, Rome, and Florence all within a compact and pedestrian friendly city center that’s both welcoming and intimate. From the performing arts, historic architecture, and culinary delights of the palate—Verona has it all. Only in Verona can you attend the opera at one of the finest intact roman amphitheaters or visit Juliet’s balcony—the romantic site Shakespeare immortalized in Romeo and Juliet. Verona’s charming streets and elegant squares are filled with chic cafes, restaurants, and shops.