Where Should I Go? You Have A World To Choose From.


We offer deluxe wine country adventures where you will discover and savor superb wines, gourmet foods,
artisan craftsmanship and awesome sights and scenery in the most prestigious wine regions in the world.

France

Bordeaux

The Cave drawing in Lascaux will amaze while the Perigord port will reflect 800 years of the world’s wine capital. You’ll taste Grand Cru blends and world-class artisan treasures while visiting historic chateaux and dining at Michelin-starred restaurants.

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Burgundy

Burgundy is home to some of the greatest names in vineyard nomenclature: Chablis, Pommard, Volnay, Meursault, Montrachet, Cotes de Beaune and Cotes de Nuits. Your pilgrimage for pinot noir perfection begins and ends here! And your adventure into the past includes visits to the Vezelay Basilica where in 1200 Crusaders set off on their journeys to Jerusalem.

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Rhone Valley

Home to the often exquisite Chateauneuf de Pape wine, the Rhone Valley is the center of France's culinary arts and fine dining establishments made famous by the world's greatest chefs such as Bocuse and Triosgros. Lyon is also famous for its silk weaving, the trompe l'oeil found throughout the city, and the 300 authentically restored medieval and Renaissance homes in the Vieux Lyon district.

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Champagne

Champagne is a geographic region with historical must-see cities of Reims, Troyes and Epernay, has appellation designation so only wine made in Champagne region can be called champagne! Champagne was the home of Dom Perignon, the 17th century monk and monastery cellar master who is credited with being the first to leave the second sugar to alcohol fermentation by-product carbon dioxide in the bottle. That’s where the bubbles come from!

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Provence

Provence and the surrounding environs Nice, Cannes, Monte Carlo, Avignon, Antibes and Arles are magical names of the rich and famous and royalty, movie stars, and iconic artists like Van Gogh, Renoir, Matisse and Picasso. But the region is more than just lavender fields, fine dining, incredibly dramatic scenery, the Cannes Film Festival, the Casino and Grand Prix of Monte Carlo and medieval towns like St Paul De Vence – which locals call the “The Most Beautiful Village in the World”. There are many regions now producing really fine wines that you will taste…like Chateauneuf Du Pape, Bandol, Chateau de Cremat and the incomparable Domaine Ott.

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Italy

Tuscany

Immerse yourself in Florence the historical center of art, sculpture and architecture of the Renaissance and you will walk with Michelangelo. But this only marks the beginning of your journey into the Italian arts now represented by the some of the world’s greatest wines created by Banfi, Biondi-Sante, Ornellaia, Poggio Antico, and Cultibuono ....Learn More

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Piedmont

Piedmont offers the highest number of Classified DOC and DOCG wines in Italy and is home to two of Italy's most esteemed wines: Barolo and Barbaresco made from the Nebbiola grape while the most popular wine for daily consumption is Barbera. Piedmont also gives the wine world Moscato, the sweet and now very trendy dessert wine and Asti Italy's most famous sparkling wine.

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Portugal

Bairrada, Porto & Douro

The Portuguese contribution to the wine world cannot be denied. To help wines travel better to the burgeoning English market, the Portuguese fortified their intense and tannic reds with brandy that resulted in the development of Port! Then, the Treaty of Metheum helped protect their growing cork industry. Your adventure will take you to Bairrada, Porto, Douro and, of course, Lisbon forever on the lists of sophisticated travelers as one of Europe’s hip destinations.

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Germany

Franconia

Your adventure into the past and the future includes discovering the best of Frankfurt, Wurzburg, Heidelberg and wine touring in Franconia. With 1200 years of wine cultivation, it is one of Europe’s oldest wine-growing regions! You have every reason to look forward to sampling Franconian wine as well as experiencing Franconia’s other treasures: the medieval towns and hamlets, dreamy landscapes, and friendly people committed to preserving the unique treasures of their home.

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South Africa

Cape Winelands

Your 5-Star "luxury experience" will touch every one of your senses beginning in exciting Cape Town and then the beautiful Cape Winelands before embracing magnificent Franschhoek Valley, the food and wine heartland of the entire country. Here, splendid chenin blancs and pinotage "rule" and the top chefs create Michelin-starred international cuisine. This journey culminates with 4 exciting Safari game drives in Kruger Park.

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California

Napa & Sonoma

Napa, the premier wine growing region in America, is now vying with Sonoma as the favorite of Americans. The artisans of Napa and Sonoma produce truly mouth-watering treats (e.g. chocolate, olive oil and goat cheeses) while the Michelin-starred restaurants are still the bedrock of Napa. And since the wines of both are equally satisfying, the goal of our Wine Country Adventure is to give you the best of both worlds.

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Spain

Penedes & Priorat

These wine regions are part of "Cataluna" located southwest of Barcelona, the new culinary capital of Europe. British wine writer Tony Lord has called Penedes the "heartland" of the Spanish viticultural revolution thanks to the Torres family and the science of modern wine-making. The wine most associated with Penedes is sparkling, aka Cava. In Priorat, the reining varietal is the Garnacha grape, a full-bodied, intense red grape. Our Chairman loves it!

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Rioja & Ribera de Duero

Set in the foothills of the Pyrenees near the French border and 45 minutes South-East of Bilbao (of the Guggenheim Museum fame) the Tempranillo grape is king of the Rioja wines. But, it's not unusual to find the better reds blended with Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir. Whites of note include Viura, Verdejo and Albarino. The Ribera de Duero region, between Madrid and Santander is Spain’s fastest growing wine district producing flavorful, award-winning wines.

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Argentina

Mendoza & Salta

Your travels from Buenos Aires to Mendoza and Salta will have a stunning impact on your world outlook. Imagine steamy hot tangos and world-class beef to delicious empanadas and artisan Lapis Lazuli. Engulfed by awesome Andes and Patagonia Mountain scenery…your days discovering incredible New World Malbecs and Cabs will enhance your world.

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Chile

Maipo & Colchagua

From the Maipo Valley to Colchagua and then onto Santiago, with the truly amazing Andes as a dynamic backdrop, you’ll discover how the New World creates successful Cabernet Sauvignon and Franc, Merlot and Carmenere, our Chairman’s favorite. You trip to Chile will be an stimulating eye-opener and a talking point with your friends for a long time to come - at least until they decide to follow your lead and explore this most dynamic of wine countries themselves!

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Australia

Margaret River

The Australian wine industry, the world's fourth largest exporter of wine (60% of total production) is certainly known to you, particularly its Shiraz and Cabernets. Margaret River is the foremost wine region in the South West Australia Zone, with over 215 wineries. The principal varietals are fairly evenly split between red and white. Though its wineries produce just three percent of total Australian grapes, they produce over 20 percent of Australia's premium wines!

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New Zealand

Hawke's Bay & Marlborough

Hawke's Bay is the oldest established wine-growing region in New Zealand and a climate and soil (terroir) very similar to that of Bordeaux, France results in outstanding reds. However, here in N. America, the distinctive pungency and zest fruit flavours of the first Marlborough wines, in particular Sauvignon Blanc, has captured the imagination of the wine commentators and consumers alike.

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