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Wine, Culinary and Cultural Adventures that Will Stir Your Soul

France

Bordeaux

Paris and Bordeaux for romance, dining, shopping & the arts and world’s greatest blends from Cabernet Sauvignon & Franc, Merlot, Petit Verdot. Also, Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon and Muscadelle.

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Burgundy

Chablis for whites and Cote d’Nuits for single reds Pinot Noir (no blending) & Cotes de Beaune for whites: Volnay, Meursault, Montrachet.

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Rhone Valley

Lyon & Chateauneuf de Pape for culinary arts: North offers Syrah for reds & Viognier for whites; while South is noted for blends of Grenache, Mourvedre & Cinsault reds and Marsanne & Rousanne for whites.

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Champagne

Paris, Reims, Troyes and Epernay for culture, history and "Wines of Celebration" which can only be made with three grapes: Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier and Pinot Noir!

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Provence

Famed for the Cotes Azure and medieval villages? Yes, but now you can add the wine production here that is reaching enviable heights with new blend restrictions and barrel time. It's 60% for Roses while 30% is dedicated to superb reds including, for instance, in Cotes de Provence (40% Carignan with Cab and Syrah) and in Bandol (50% Mourvedre combined with Grenache and Cinsault).

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Italy

Tuscany

Florence, Siena & Chianti for the wonders of the Renaissance, food & artisans and world-class wines of Sangiovese, Sassacaia, & Brunello famed reds and Malvasia & Trebbiano for whites.

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Piedmont

Milan for design, fashion, shopping and Leonardo da Vinci's "Last Supper". Barolo & Barbaresco from the Nebbiola grape; Barbera & Dolcetto for "daily" reds and Arneis & Cortese for whites and Moscato & Asti rule for "sparkling" and Lambrusca, your new “frizzy” red.

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Portugal

Bairrada, Porto & Douro, Portugal

You'll love hip city Lisbon with its 'Gothic fado', Porto’s art deco & Port wine but don't underestimate the excellent value reds and whites.

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Germany

Franconia - New 2014 Tour

Frankfurt, Wurzburg and Heidleburg are the cultural, historical & culinary backdrop to Germany’s medieval wine center, Franconia and its superb wines.

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South Africa

Cape Winelands - New 2014 Tour

Your adventure begins in Cape Town; moves to Franschhoek Valley, the food & wine capital of the country; and, ends with Safari game drives in Kruger Park.

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California

Napa & Sonoma

The wine capital of America offers Michelin-starred dining, wonderful artisan treats & great shopping. We’ll help you discover the best of Old & New World wines!

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Spain

Penedes & Priorat

Barcelona for superb dining & Gaudi architecture and Penedes for sparkling Cava and Priorat for excellent reds from the Garnacha grape.

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Rioja & Ribera de Duero

Madrid for the Prado & Spain’s best tapas and Bilbao for Guggenheim Museum. In Ribera the Tempranillo reigns supreme. Wonderful whites include Verdejo, Viura and Albarino.

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Argentina

Mendoza & Salta

Buenos Aires for hot and steamy tangos and Mendoza for World Class Cabs and Malbecs while Salta offers the world's highest altitude wineries. Also, Pinot Noirs, 'Chards' and Torrontes.

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Chile

Maipo & Colchagua

Adventure includes Santiago, Maipo for Chile’s signature red Cabernet Sauvignon and Colchagua Valley for Cabernet Franc, Merlot, and Carmenere, our Chairman’s favorite.

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Australia

Margaret River - New 2014 Tour

Begin your 5-Star adventure where 20% of Australia’s premium wines are produced. Then, Sydney or Melbourne for more must- see, must-do experiences.

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New Zealand

Hawke's Bay & Marlborough - New 2014 Tour

Imagine tasting Cabs & Merlots in Hawkes Bay; then adventuring to the South Island for Marborough’s famed Sauvignon Blancs & Pinot Noirs.

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