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Tour the Map of Burgundy with our Wine

If you fancy a Continental holiday, Burgundy is a lovely part of France. Its main road, the A6, runs right through the wine growing areas too, which makes it ideal for stopping off at vineyards along the way. Although, maybe your driving companion should be a teetotaller. Going through the Burgundy map from North to South, you’ll quickly notice that there’s a huge variety in the region’s wines. (more…)

By INVINIC, ago
Wineries

3 reasons you must visit Château Lynch-Bages

Any wine tour to Bordeaux would be incomplete without a trip to Château Lynch-Bages. Fans of Bordeaux wine will already be familiar with this top Pauillac estate, ranked as a fifth growth in the well-known 1855 classification. To be ranked as a Grand Cru Classé property, on any tier, is a huge deal for a winery. Château Lynch-Bages may be officially on the fifth tier of the classification, though its reputation, its wines and its status as a wine tourism destination are closer to the top of the leaderboard! (more…)

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You’ve got to visit Aranda de Duero. Here’s why!

Fans of quality Spanish wine will already know about the Ribera del Duero, and its capital city of Aranda de Duero. Wine lovers partial to wine tourism should really consider a trip to this Spanish wine stronghold for their next trip. Located in the Burgos province, Aranda de Duero has a lot to offer for lovers of fine wine and food. We don’t think you’ll need all that much convincing, but let’s see what they’ve got going on in this wine mecca! (more…)

By INVINIC, ago
Wineries

Martin Codax Albarino is So Good You’ll Want to Visit

If only they made playgrounds for adults. Such places would be filled with the things that grownups like best of all like wine and delicious, restaurant quality food. Well, such things exist - wineries. It’s even possible to visit the place where heavenly Albariño comes from, and if you’ve ever tried Martin Codax Albariño, you’ll be planning your next holiday around a trip to their vineyards this year. If you like Rias Baixas wine, you’ll just love where they make it. (more…)

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Going to Rioja Alta? 3 things you must do and see!

Have you ever been to Rioja Alta? Rioja wine is perhaps Spain’s greatest, and easily its best known export throughout the wine-loving world. Top Rioja brands such as Faustino Rioja, El Coto Rioja and Marqués de Caceres, to name just three, regularly appear in wine stores throughout Europe, America and beyond. Surely you know a few of these labels, but how much do you know about the Rioja region itself? If you’ve ever thought about travelling to Rioja to visit wineries, read on for an exclusive guide of the best things to do and see. (more…)

By INVINIC, ago
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How to organise your own wine tour

Wine tourism is a seriously popular pursuit. Every year, wine lovers from all over travel near and far to visit wineries, vineyards, museums and other wine destinations. There are tons of such destinations throughout Europe and the rest of the world, so there is no shortage of places from which to choose. Some top European destinations include Rioja, Champagne and Bordeaux. Further afield, there are must-see regions like Napa Valley in California and Marlborough, New Zealand. You could literally spend your entire life travelling the world’s wine regions and still not see them all. (more…)

By INVINIC, ago

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