A little long-term planning feels just right at the moment. Imagine the beginning of 2022, it’s winter and it’s cold. The dark season in the northern hemisphere. Instead of sitting at home all winter, join us on one of our long-haul tours that we do in January, February and March. A well-deserved change for all of us.
These three exciting wine tours will go to Chile-Argentina, New Zealand and South Africa, fabulous wine countries to visit both for the beautiful nature, the wines and the food. And, of course, for all the passionate people that we meet.
If you are interested in any of these three tours, contact us with your questions.
Chile and Argentina, January 2022
We start the journey in flamboyant Buenos Aires. We then fly across the Pampas to the hot and dry Mendoza, Argentina’s largest wine region. We take a bus across the mighty Andes to the cool coast of Chile. Here are some of the country’s newest cool climate wine regions. We will visit the harbour city of Valparaiso and then we drive south, to Colchagua, recognised as one of Chile’s best wine regions. Of course, we will learn how to best make an asado.
The travel program for South America, Chile and Argentina in 2022 is not yet quite ready, but it will be very similar to the 2021 wine tour program for South America, Chile and Argentina 2021.
South Africa, February 2022
South Africa offers much, much more than inexpensive, straightforward wines. Much, much more. There are plenty of passionate, skilled winemakers. There is a wealth of interesting, exciting wines of world class. Old vines, previously abandoned, are now being cared for. Grapes such as chenin blanc, grenache and cinsault have a renaissance. The important thing now is to make wine consumers around the world realize this. Come and meet the winemakers on site and discover the new South African wines.
The travel program for South Africa in 2022 is not yet quite ready, but it will be very similar to the 2021 wine tour program for South Africa 2021.
New Zealand, March 2022
New Zealand has had incredible success with its wines over the past 15-20 years. We quickly got used to drinking their aromatic sauvignon blanc and complex pinot noir. Now we are discovering more and more grape varieties, such as pinot gris and riesling from Central Otago, syrah from Hawke’s Bay and cabernet sauvignon from Waiheke Island. We combine wine tastings with delicious meals and breathtaking nature experiences. A journey to remember for a long time.
The travel program for New Zealand in 2022 is not yet quite ready, but it will be very similar to the 2021 wine tour program for New Zealand 2021