Enotourism or wine tourism is becoming more popular as services to cater for wine traveler needs increases. We've taken a look at the top run down to help wet your whistle.
Bilbao, is the most important city in northern Spain. It is located on the coast of the Bay of Biscay. A vibrant city, with important cultural spaces such as the Guggenheim Museum, the gleaming, arched footbridge, the Pasarela de Uribitarte, designed by Spaniard Santiago Calatrava. It is also the gateway to the Rioja wine region. Rioja is a stunning gem and has a growing number of wineries, cellars and welcome centres.
Marqués de Riscal City of Wine
La Tavina Wine Bar
Wine Tasting in the Haro Station District
Ideally located in the South West of France, close to the chic resorts of Côte d'Argent and just two hours from the Pyrénés mountains, the Unesco Would Heritage city of Bordeaux is one of the most revered names in the world of wine, with over 2,000 years of wine making history and a wealth of technical expertise. The different wine regions in Bordeaux are easy to explore, with more and more properties offering exciting new experiences.
Château de Reignac
Cape Town is the southernmost metropolis in South Africa, placed at the confluence of the Atlantic and the Indian Oceans, with a history of winemaking that stretches back over three-and-a-half centuries. A pleasant Mediterranean climate makes it a perfect destination for year-round brake, and international attractions of Cape Town are complemented bu many diverse wine growing regions with easy reach of its beaches, restaurants and iconic Table Mountain.
Delaire Graff Estate
Cavalli Wine & Stud Farm
The city of Mainz is a vibrant German wine centre that borders the great wine rivers of the Rhine and Main. It is home to the German Wine Institute, the German Wine Fund and the Association of German Pradikat Wine Estate which brings together the winemakers and wine merchants of Germany. Today a young generation of winegrowers has reinvigorated the region with their creativity, passion and knowhow.
Weingut Jean Buscher
Mendoza, located in mid-west Argentina, is the country 4th largest city, and is the vibrant centre of its wine making, account for almost 70% of the output of a sophisticated and dynamic industry. Its exceptional climate allows the best grapes to ripen, among them the signature grape of Argentina wine - Malbec. In the heart of the Andes Mountains our sense are stimulated with unique experiences, aromas and tastes, in perfect harmony with the great wines of Argentina.
Bodegas nieto Senetiner
Kahuak Mendoza Wine Experiennce
Casa de Uco
Porto is one of Europes oldest tourist destinations. The city is at the same time, contemporary and creative. This can be seen in streets, its architecture and its monuments, its museums, its world heritage city centre, its leisure spaces, its esplanades and its shopping areas.
Mongered Wine Experience Hotel
Boeira Portugal in a bottle