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Travel, Food and Wine in Context, BKWine speaks at the EWBC

At the recent EWBC, Digital Wine Communications Conference (ex-European Wine Bloggers Conference, #EWBC, #EWBC12) there was a panel debate on “Travel, Food and Wine in Context”. It was about how you can communicate about wine, travel, food and gastronomy on-line. The panel debate was moderated by the veteran wine and travel writer Wink Lorch and […]

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Two of ten of the best wine tasting holidays come from BKWine, says AOL Travel

AOL Travel lists their top selection of the best wine tour vacations “Cheers! Ten of the best wine tasting holidays”, is the title of an article by Roshina Jowaheer on AOL Travel. Roshina has made a selection of some of the very best wine tasting destinations, wine tours, and tour organisers for wine tours. She […]

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Vineyards and mountains in Stellenbosch

The 35 best wine tour routes

We mentioned in a post recently that La Revue du Vin de France had a special issue on wine tourism. They had selected the 35 “best” wine routes for the summer. Inspiration for the readers for what to do long and hot summer days no doubt. The issue is full of good information: wineries to […]

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Wine Capital of the Year: Chianti Classico

Chianti Classico, the heart of Tuscany, has been elected wine region and wine capital of the year Each year the Swedish wine tasting association Munskankarna (with over 20,000 members) elects a Wine Capital of the Year. In 2012 the honour has been bestowed on Chianti Classico, albeit it is a wine district and not a […]

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Wine tourism making progress, BKWine in Svenska Dagbladet

Wine tourism making progress – BKWine in Svenska Dagbladet

Svenska Dagbladet is one of the biggest Swedish national daily newspapers. In their Sunday edition they had an article on wine tourism and wine travel in which they mention BKWine. The title of the article is Wine Tourism Making Progress and it talks bout how travelling in wine country is becoming a more and more […]

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South Africa’s first wine tourism show

“For the first time in world history” (as one might say) South Africa organises a wine tourism show. It is called Vindaba and takes place on September 26-27 this year, in parallel to Cape Wine, the professional wine trade fair. Today, wine tourism has become very important for South Africa. It was not long ago […]

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Wine tourism conference on Sardinia with BKWine

“The European forum for wine roads and for local economic development” is the long name of a conference on wine tourism, or oenotoursim as they say in France. It will be attended by a number of wine producers, politicians, travel industry people and others who are interested in wine and tourism. The conference is organised […]

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World’s top-ten wine region travel destinations, according to AskMen

AskMen.comhas made a ranking of the world’s top ten wine regions, considered as travel destinations. The ranking is based on a variety of factors, including e.g. new thinking in the regions (!). Here is their list, starting at the bottom: 10. California’s Central Coast och South of France 9. Barossa Valley, Australia 8. Ribera del […]

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BKWine speaker at wine tourism conference in the Languedoc

“Les assises de l’oenotourisme” is the elegant official name of the event that will take place on February 3 in the Languedoc. It sound perhaps a bit less prestigious if you translate it — the sit-down about wine tourism. But that’s exactly what it is about: sitting down and talking about how wine producers, local […]

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Wine tourism conference in the Languedoc

Wine tourism, or oenotourisme, is a trendy subject in France these days. La Vigne, one of the professional wine magazines recently had a special issue on it. There is a national wine tourism prize. There is even a government sponsored wine tourism committee to promote wine tourism. It is seen as one of the things […]

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Bus in Alentejo vineyard

BKWine invited to Wine Tourism Summit

BKWine is one of the invited panellists at the upcoming Sommet de l’Oenotourisme in Pays de Thau. The meeting is organised by l’Association Européenne de Formation à l’Oenotourisme, and organisation created by Andre Deyrieux (creator of http://www.winetourisminfrance.com), Marc Olivier, and Yves Paquier. It will take place somewhere in Pays de Thau at the beginning of […]

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Wine tourism grows in Argentina according to Winesur

In their latest newsletter WineSur, the Argentinian wine marketing agency, says that wine tourism grows in Argentina. Mendoza (34%), San Juan (14%) and Salta (11%) were the Argentinian provinces with more wine tourists of the country in the first 6 months of the year. In the province of Mendoza, 569,226 tourists went through the wineries, […]

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