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Dream rather than drink, and plan to visit the vineyards. Wine writer Wink Lorch has lined up an expert list of contributors offering detailed insider information ...

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About The Guides

Our travel guides to wine regions provide all the information that the independent traveller needs for an enjoyable private wine tour written by a specialists who have been chosen by us to share their insider knowledge and expertise on each region.

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Our travel guides to wine regions are written by some of the finest wine and travel writers with the inside knowledge on their region They know not only the wines of their areas, but also the best restaurants, hotels and places to visit - all you need for a great wine tour.

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Where the Guides cover: Guides are currently available for all major French wine regions as well as Tuscany (Italy) and Rioja (Spain). France is divided into conventional wine regions and then further into micro-regions. Each Guide covers one micro-region, which might be a wine district such as: Saint Emilion (Bordeaux) or Côte de Beaune (Burgundy); a loose geographic area like The Valleys of the Tarn and Lot (South West) or Inland Provence; or centred on important towns such as Epernay (Champagne) or Narbonne (Languedoc Roussillon).

Basic Information: Each wine travel guide lists contact details and websites for the main tourist offices and wine information organisations for each micro-region. We provide a wine aide-memoir giving a short description of the geography (climate/soil) as well as the main grapes, appellations and wine styles. In addition, we list local food specialities, and highlight important towns and villages.

 


 



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This information is provided free of charge, however it is strictly the copyright of Wine Travel Guides and its contributors. We try to do our best in keeping our guides and information up-to-date and accurate, but if you notice any mistakes, please contact us. Note that we take no responsibility for any inaccuracies. Thanks for your respect and understanding. For full details see our Terms and Conditions.