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|Central Otago & Queenstown Wine Tours - New Zealand|
Finding great Pinot Noir is one of the Holy Grail’s for wine fans. Central Otago is a wine region that has proven it self capable of producing such wines. Tours in the wine region can be done by self driving, armed with the excellent local wine map. Alternatively join a local expert on one of Appellation Central’s Queenstown Wine Tours and discover some of the lesser known gems.
|Italian Wine Regions|
Italy has 20 wine regions. Each region produces a unique style of wine. Many of these varieties are so climate-specific that they cannot be transplanted to another region. That is why wines produced from each of these regions have their own distinctive aromas.
|Outer Banks of Currituck - Winery Tour Vacation|
When deciding on a vacation destination, be certain to explore the Outer Banks of Currituck's Wineries. For a wine tasting vacation, begin your trip with a stay in one of the cozy bed and breakfast inns or a vacation rental. When you are rested and ready, take U.S. Route 168 to Currituck Sound Ferry to Knott's Island.
|Wine Tourism in Virginia|
Luka Paskina, a wine-maker has come from Italy with the aim to bring his mastery to Virginia 17 years ago. He has managed to frame up to the local climate and soils. He has gained a lot of success and contrasted with Thomas Jefferson, who has had a complete washout some hundreds years ago.
|Hell Canyon Winery, Caldwell, Idaho|
Hells Canyon Winery is located at 18835 Symms Road, Caldwell, Idaho 83607 with a telephone number of 208-454-3300. The winery is an ultra premium boutique winery in the beautiful Snake River Valley of Idaho. Their vineyards were founded in 1981, which makes them some of the oldest vineyards in Idaho.
|A Skip and a Hop to Visit the Cape Winelands|
Last weekend, Doreen a friend of mine, and I whisked ourselves off to the winelands to experience some cape hospitality, enjoy some fine wines and take in the breathtaking mountainous views of the area, oh and of course to inspect some accommodation establishments. Our main aim was to keep abreast of what is offered to our clients when they visit the winelands.
|Franschhoek - Valley of the Huguenots, One of the Premier Destinations in the World of Wine|
Noble cultivars and classic styles can be found here. From superb whites like Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Semillon and Chenin Blanc to Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Pinot Noir and Merlot. The Franschhoek valley's is also renowned for Cap Classique Sparkling wines and Ports. Most farms readily welcome visitors for tastings.
|Hello from Austria - Hiking through the Vineyards of Southwestern Styria|
Southwestern Styria is only about one hour from my home town of Weiz and nevertheless it is considered a different geographic region from my home area of East Styria. Southwestern Styria enjoys a favourable climate with Mediterranean influences and the temperatures are on average higher than those in the surrounding regions.
|What To Expect When Visiting A Winery Tasting Room|
Most tasting rooms are similar in the way they operate. When entering the tasting room, a tasting room staff member will greet you. Walk up to the tasting bar and say you would like to taste some of the wines. Some wineries charge for tastings and others do not. Occasionally a souvenir glass is included when you pay a tasting fee. You may have a choice to taste all the wines you would like on their list, or to choose a certain number of wines to taste, such as five wines.
|South African Wine Lands|
The world is beautifully bedecked with lovely wineries, from the Adorni Vineyards in Mendoza, Argentina, to the Dez Capitans in Burgundy, France, to the Abbot in Napa Valley, California. Wherever you happen to be heading on your next adventure, chances are there’s a winery to be visited and some fantastic wine to be tasted.
|Wine Tourism In Italy|
Italy is, with 98 wine routes, by far leading the top list of wine growing countries. Being wine an enormous pleasure for our palates, it becomes always more important, and Italy has set up a real system for its wine tourism by connecting different kinds of institutions and guidelines of its wine routes.
|Sideways Movie Put Spotlight On Santa Barbara Wineries|
When the hit movie Sideways came out, people all over the country were introduced to the idea that California wine-making doesn't begin and end in the Napa Valley. There are, in fact, several wine regions throughout the state including the Santa Ynez Valley where Sideways was filmed.
|California Wine Country Holidays|
Harvest season is quickly approaching in many wine growing regions around the world with festivals and events celebrating this time of year. If you’re a wine lover, now is a great time to take a holiday to one of these regions. Wondering where to go and how to plan your trip?
|Wine Tours in Chile’s Central Valley|
Summer has arrived in the Chilean wine regions and the grape vines are heavy with fruit, waiting to be harvested and transformed into some of the world’s most delicious wine. What better time to enjoy a tour of Chile’s best vineyards and wineries?
|South Africa Winelands|
Small towns are scattered in the rolling hills and valleys between huge and awe-inspiring mountain ridges. The valleys are beautifully cultivated with endless vineyards.
|Tuscany Wine Regions|
Characterized by artistic masterpieces, architectural wonders, quaint hilltop towns, and a wild, breathtaking countryside, the Tuscany region of Italy promises unforgettable experiences to those who venture through.
|Top 10 Wine Destinations Around the World|
As this week’s informative wine theme comes to a close, Realtraveler WorldAdventureMan has shared his Top 10 list for the best places around the world to enjoy fine wine.
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