Champagne shouldn’t be drunk only on New Year’s Eve. On our wine tour to Champagne you will learn all about this fascinating wine and we promise you that you will discover new flavours and styles.
At a glance, this tour in France’s most famous wine region offers you exceptional gourmet lunches and delicious tastings of prestige wines both from grand cru chateaux and from the not-so-famous but equally excellent producers.
In South Africa, they are increasingly taking care of their old vines and these are seen as a great asset. There are almost 100-year-old vines of mainly Semillon, Chenin Blanc and Cinsault. These vines give
A 100 % bubbly wine tour where we really immerse ourselves in the fascinating world of champagne. A tour for those who want to learn all about champagne or for those who just love to
A wine tour is very much about meetings with wine people; it’s not just about the wine. This is also the case on our tour to New Zealand. We will visit around 20 different vineyards
Christmas (gift) tip 3: Eight growers’ champagnes that should make you switch from house champagnes | Britt on Forbes
“’Grower’ champagnes have turned into something fashionable, a small but very exciting niche category. Growers, as opposed to the ‘houses’ (houses are basically the famous names/negociants that everyone knows), make champagne only from their own
Going to Bordeaux at least once is a must for any wine lover. Bordeaux has had such an impact on almost all other wine regions in the world, that you really must see it, and
New Zealand is a different New World country. It is cooler and very often the wines feel European in style. They are fresh and elegant, both the whites and the red wines. Sauvignon blanc is
New Zealand is a special country. It is far away from most other places. Well, all to be honest. It is a narrow country, surrounded by water which naturally affects the climate. Winters are mild