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Here you will find information about upcoming wine tours and about tours that have been. We talk about plans for future trips and tell stories about what’s happened when we travel in wine regions. Sometimes we have articles about wine tourism in general and also posts with lovely pictures from wine regions and wine countries that we have visited.
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No-one knows yet quite what the world will look like or what the possibilities for long-distance travel will be in the winter of 2021. We plan for and hope for that the health situation will
A Finnish winemaker at Chateau Carsin in Bordeaux makes unusual and exciting wines | Britt on Forbes
Château Carsin has 20 hectares of which 12 are planted with red grapes and 8 with white ones. Nea Berglund has most of the grape varieties grown in Bordeaux, which means 3 white grape varieties
About wine tours in covid times It was no surprise that the entire spring season of wine tours was cancelled. We have not made a single tour since we just managed to get home from
“Wine consumers around the world drink sparkling wines like never before. The message from producers and wine writers has been clearly understood. Bubbles can be drunk at all times and not just when you are
“After having worked for 16 years in France, winemaker Jenny Dobson returned to New Zealand in 1996. Her home country was at the time slowly changing from being only a country of sheep and rugby
Our long-distance wine tours in early 2021 will take us to Chile and Argentina, New Zealand and South Africa. We can promise you three spectacular tours that you will long remember. Provided things return a
Gimblett Gravels has become a hot spot of New Zealand’s famous Hawke’s Bay wine region. And yet the soil here was considered worthless as late as the mid-1980s. There was nothing here except (this being
Useful tips on tipping, eating, money, taxis and other things when travelling in Argentina in South America. Take the advice here as an indication. Things change over time, they will be different in different places,
“Now when travel is restricted, some inspiration for couch surfing or to dream yourself away from any self-confinement. In winter we have three lovely long-distance tours to wine countries in the southern hemisphere: Chile, Argentina,
This is a short 1-2-3 on how to get mobile internet or phone service with a pre-paid SIM card in Argentina: Buy a SIM card, a chip Buy a top-up with the amount of money