2017 Vineyard Breaks: Which Region to visit?

Written on 10th January 2017 by Glass of Bubbly in tourism

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Discover the Veneto Prosecco Region

Written on 27th October 2016 by Glass of Bubbly in tourism

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Discover Champagne in Reims

Written on 26th October 2016 by Glass of Bubbly in tourism

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Planning your summer holidays or just fancy a quick getaway? Why not make it a wine holiday - there are more stunning vineyards than ever right on our doorstep in the UK or you can ... Read more

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Veneto is a valley north of Venice, located between Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, famous for its Prosecco. Veneto is one of Italy's most important wine-growing areas, overall, Veneto produces more bottles of DOC wine than any ... Read more

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Reims is a city steeped in history and for more than 1,000 years, 33 French kings were crowned at its Cathédrale Notre-Dame. It is also at the heart of France’s Champagne region. Only wines made ... Read more

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The Wine and Spirit Trade Association have opened an English wine trail  The trail features 11 wineries spread over the south-east of England including sparkling wine producers Furleigh Estate, Hattingley Valley, Hambledon and Ridgeview. Each ... Read more

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Bodegas Torres' vineyards and wineries, near Barcelona, provide several immersive experiences for visitors.  Their range of activities won the 'Most Innovative Tourist Experience' prize at the Wine Tourism Awards for the third time last February.  ... Read more

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Hotel Arts Barcelona have launched a new series of tours, tastings and winemaking sessions for bubbly-loving visitors to Catalonia's Penedès Region, where over 95% of all Cava is produced just an hour's drive from the ... Read more

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The Swartland Wine & Olive Route, 50km north of Cape Town, celebrates its 30th anniversary this year and has a lot to offer visitors.  While the scenery and hospitality of the area have - needing ... Read more

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Tulbagh Valley, a charming South African historical town, 80 miles from Cape Town, offers beauty, heritage, tranquility and of course, wine.  Set against beautiful scenery and majestic mountain ranges, visitors can choose from a wide ... Read more

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Slow Wine Weekends is centred in the small village of McGregor in the Winelands of the Western Cape of South Africa.  Their focus is on the boutique wineries that operate either from or around the village ... Read more

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Slow Wine Weekends is centred in the small village of McGregor in the Winelands of the Western Cape of South Africa.  Their focus is on the boutique wineries that operate either from or around the village ... Read more

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Which Vineyard Should You Visit On Your Staycation?

The last few years have witnessed the rise of the 'staycation'. British holidaymakers have become more alert to the possibilities of a holiday in the UK and the tourist trade has upped its game in ... Read more

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First Champagne Tour with BKWine

For the first time a Champagne tour is featured on BKWine’s English language program. It will include a combination of prestigious houses and independent Champagne producers. The focus will be on the top quality 'independent growers’ ... Read more

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Champagne Tasting in France

Visit the Champagne region of France to taste stunning Champagnes, amazing French food and stay at boutique hotels. Champagne is a beautiful area home to endless vines and picture-perfect villages. Tastings include some from top houses, such as Taittinger and Veuve ... Read more

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Explore Wales with Welsh Wine Trails

The Welsh wine industry has seen a 70% increase of bottles produced in the last ten years, now producing 100,000 a year. The award-winning vineyards of Wales have grouped together to create a Welsh Vineyards Association to promote ... Read more

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BK Wine Tour to South Africa

The first spring wine tour on BKWine’s program takes the traveller to South Africa, who produce many top world-class wines. The tour extends over nine days and takes the traveller to famous wine regions of ... Read more

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Fizz on Foot

Fizz on Foot offers a range of South of England walking tours in East and West Sussex. Over the course of one to four days, you can explore the vineyards of Sussex, taste great bubbly and ... Read more

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Visit the Prosecco Superiore Hill with Bisol

Take the Venetian White Wine tour with Bisol Prosecco and visit the Prosecco Superiore Hills. You will take a tour around the beautiful Italian regions, particularly in Venice, for a chance to taste fine flavours off-the-beaten-track. ... Read more

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4 Beautiful Vineyards to Visit in Wales

Ancre Hill Estates Set in the middle of the Wye Valley, an area of outstanding natural beauty, the vineyard is blessed with its own unique meso-climate, surrounded by tree topped hills on all sides, with ... Read more

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