Europe is home to many of the most beautiful and top wine regions in the world. From the largest fine-wine vineyards in Bordeaux to the world's most notable region Tuscany, wine regions in Europe are as diverse as the wines themselves. The beauty is that there is a wine for every palate so everyone can find a perfect match!
The French wines are world known for the quality they have the strictest quality control systems in the world.The highest classification indicates wines that have been produced under stringent conditions, only specific grapes used, in designated areas, and adhering to traditional methods.
It is the most famous and highly coveted wine blend in the world.
Over 90% of Bordeaux wines are red wines made with Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Bordeaux is the second most visited city in France after Paris.
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Beaujolais is the home of some of the most flavored fruity red wines in France; made from Gamay, the wines are known for being light, refreshing, and easy to drink. The white wines are made from Chardonnay and it also produces a lovely sparkling wine, Cremant. Our Cremant has won several awards and is something to definitely try!
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Located in central France, a breathtaking part of Europe, Loire Valley wines are fresh, fruity and food-friendly. The Loire Valley Wine Route is the longest in France – 800 km winding through the Loire Valley vineyards – making this a prime wine-tourism destination. The Loire Valley also includes stunning castles and an enchanting countryside. The area is called the "Garden of France" and because of its beauty, the French kings frequently visited the Loire Valley.
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Italy is well known for its food and wine. Italy produces the most wine than any other country! That’s right; no wonder it is a part of the country’s identity and culture. A wine tour is one of the best experiences you can indulge in when in Italy!
Veneto is the largest wine producing region in the country and has an impressive variety of red wines and white wines. It offers numerous combinations of microclimates, indigenous grapes and wine traditions. Its flagship bottle, Amarone, produced near Verona, is the result of a unique blend of grapes and an indigenous winemaking process. It is also best known for producing its sparkling Prosecco wine made from Glera grapes, sometimes other grape varieties can be incorporated in small amounts. You will be spoilt for choice in this region, there are many great wines for you to pick from!
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Campania is on the shin of the Italian region. Campania wine region like many other Italian wine regions is famous for the big diversity of indigenous grape varieties. The Campania region is located in the south of Italy and is world-famous for its many attractions: the Amalfi Coast, Sorrento, Positano, Ravello, Ischia, Capri, Naples and many more. The region is known for growing the finest Italian varietals that does not grow anywhere else in the world. Definitely a region to discover!
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Friuli is known as the best quality region for the production of wine with small scale producers who work with local grape varieties. The area is known mostly for its white wines which are considered some of the best examples of Italian wine in that style. They also produce some high quality sparkling wine using the famous Charmat method. You will find the finest quality of wine in this region!
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The Piedmont wine region is situated in north-eastern Italy It’s a hilly region that’s renowned for its fog or ‘nebbia’, from which the grape variety Nebbiolo took its name
The famous wines this grape produce islight-coloured &tannic red wines;Barolo “the King of Wines”, and Barbaresco “the Queen of Wines”. Other popular grapes grown in Piedmont are Barbera (used to make Barbera as the name suggests) & Cortese (used to make Gavi di Gavi).
Make sure to try the world famous white truffles when in Piedmont!
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Tuscany is home to Italy’s most scenic vineyards, located in the endless rolling hills, it is definitely a destination to visit.Best-known for the world known wines such as Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino and Super Tuscan wines. The local variety of Sangiovese grape is incorporated in the wines made in this region. Sangiovese produces tannic, acidic wines that span a range of flavours depending on the local environment: from earthy to, often, fruity.
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It is called the “heel of Italy” for its geographical position, on the south of the peninsula. Puglia is among Italy's largest wine-growing regions. Puglia is most famous for its Primitivo, (the same grape as Zinfandel),
Fun fact, apart from the lovely wines Puglia holds half of Italy's olive oil production, home to over 60million olive trees!
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Spain's great wine region has a rich history and over 600 wineries, it is internationally famous for the quality of its wines. Producers within this wine region use both ancient and innovative modern wine making techniques. In red wine, Tempranillo is Rioja´s main grape and most wines are blended with smaller amounts of Garnache, Graciano and Mazuelo grape. In the white wines, the most important grape is Viura.
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