The best way to learn about Champagne is spending a few days in the region. And it is certainly the most enjoyable way. You will learn by tasting and listening to our hosts at the
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It is not easy to choose between Champagne and Bordeaux. That is why we offer you the Grand Wine Tour, a 9-day wine tour where you will get to know these two great French wine
It feels great to get out into the vineyards again. We have already been to quite a few wineries and every place we go they say “it is so great to see you again!” So
New Zealand will soon open its borders, and we are delighted about that. The wine producers are looking forward to meeting foreign wine enthusiasts again after being isolated for two years. Going to New Zealand
End of February, we still have summer temperatures in South Africa. The harvest has started with numerous activities in the vineyards and the cellars; the grape juice ferments. We begin our tour in Cape Town,
Champagne has a long and exciting history, and it has been a success story ever since champagne sales took off in the 1950s. Now around 300 million bottles of champagne are sold worldwide every year.
Our two intense weeks in Argentina and Chile are full of unforgettable experiences. We taste many wines, of course, and we get acquainted with the local food, the lovely empanadas not least. Our lunches are
A Bordeaux often has a distinct style. You recognize notes of tobacco and cedarwood and the tannin structure that goes so well with food. The ageing in small oak barrels also gives a special Bordeaux
A wine tour is about meeting wine people, taking a closer look at the vineyards, tasting wine together, about food and wine in combination. This is the case also on our tour to New Zealand.
It is nice and warm in South Africa in February. Not too warm, though. We will thrive just as the vines do in this country. The grapes can ripen properly but without being overripe. The
Argentina and Chile 2023, the wine tour that will give you magnificent memories, and fabulous wines and gastronomy
Our wine tour to South America will give you many memories to take back home. It could be that lunch in Chile under the avocado tree. Or when we blend our own wine and feel
Malbec is a French grape variety, although people might be forgiven for thinking it is Argentinean. France has 6,000 hectares, Argentina 40,000 ha. Just like many of the other Bordeaux grapes, malbec has been adopted
Instead of choosing between Champagne and Bordeaux, you can go to both. This Grand Wine Tour is a 9-day tour where you will get to know both these two prestigious, classical French wine regions. We
What makes Champagne so special? You will have the answer to that after our tour in Champagne. You will learn through visits to both large houses and small growers, through fascinating tastings and 100 %
Bordeaux is a classic wine tour destination with luxurious châteaux, small, family-owned estates and passionate wine people. A reference for the whole wine world. Magnificent gastronomic meals at the châteaux. It is the region against
Our tour to South Africa takes place in February, when it is harvest time and a lot of activities in the vineyards and the cellars. The grapes are ripe and it is a pleasure to
Everyone who tastes wine knows that you learn more if you compare two, or more, wines at the same time. You will often discover things you wouldn’t find if you taste the wines separately. It
A magnificent 2-week wine tour that will show you a big part of New Zealand, not least many of the wine regions. You will discover sauvignon blanc and pinot noir wines, of course. These are
A new competition that will award the world’s best wine travel and wine tour experiences has been launched. “The Wine Travel Awards”. It is a competition for anyone in the wine sector, wineries, tour operators,
Julien and Sarah Launois are champagne producers in the small village of Mesnil-sur-Oger. They started only six years ago but they already export most of their production. We visited Julien and Sarah during the very
Our tour to New Zealand is a wine tour, but we will also discover the country. We start in Auckland, the country’s largest city, and then we go on a discovery tour by bus (and
“We are still in the peak of summer, even though the calendar says September 4th. Bandol, a small appellation in Provence, shows itself from its most magnificent side. The grapes are ripe. The harvest has
It’s easy to have South Africa as your favourite wine country. Many different grape varieties thrive in the southwestern part of the country. Bordeaux grapes have long been popular with the producers. Many of them
The Rhône Valley is one of France’s great wine regions. The red wines dominate, but the white ones should not be ignored. There are many small growers in the Rhone region. But the Rhône Valley