France is renowned for its diverse and prestigious wine regions, each contributing unique flavors and characteristics to the world of wine. Embark on a captivating journey to explore the enchanting Burgundy wine region, nestled in eastern France, Burgundy is a treasure trove of terroir driven wines and picturesque landscapes, known for its terroir driven wines, with a focus on Pinot Noir for red wines and Chardonnay for white wines.
Travel with us in the Balkans in central Europe to the country of Slovenia. Discover a blend of nature, inspiring traditions and vibrant history. Visit the oldest town of Ptuj and its magnificent castle among many other cultural heritage sites, enjoy serene moments into the heart of the vineyards.
Welcome to Northern Spain to the Spanish green Atlantic coast. Discover the coastline and the valley scenic picturesque land, medieval town, tranquil fishing village and the beach resort of Somo within the city of Santander just across the bay. The marvelous scenic descent of the Miera Valley takes you to your final stop at Somo. We added another tour option around the volcanic beach island on the Atlantic Ocean Coast in the peninsula of Lanzarote. A Bike tour through the most spectacular volcan
Porto is a coastal city in northwest Portugal known for its local port wine production across the river at Vila Nova de Gaia, you will stop by to visit the vineyards, the wineries and cellars, eager to welcome you. The city is home to centuries old architecture, stately bridges, castles, intricately tiled churches, its most famous is the 14th-century São Francisco medieval church. The old town center neighborhood of Ribeira is covered by narrow cobbled streets, it was built on the hills overlook
Travel along beautiful hillside country roads through vineyards, olive groves and cypress trees, discover the many delights of Tuscany wine region. Taste iconic vintages, smell delicious bouquets and visit the wineries in the hills of Chianti for an exclusive wine and olive oil tasting experience and savor on tuscan delicatesse charcuterie board filled with bruschettas and cheeses, paired with Italian sauces and seasonal fruits.
Ontario wine region is not only known for its scenic landscapes but for the production of wine in the Niagara Peninsula province and the largest viticultural area in Canada due to its continental climate around the quaint Niagara on the lake, it is characterized by fertile soil that share many similarities in climate to wine producing region in France. Winegrowers cultivate robust and flavorful wines among the varietals Chardonnay, Riesling, Cabernet Franc grapes and sweet ice wines.