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Let 2019 be the year you experience a new wine region

Our biggest-ever sale is on the horizon, so which wine region will it be next?

Now that the year is winding down, it’s time to reflect on the wines you’ve enjoyed over the last 12 months. If you’re anything like us, you’ll keep track of what you’ve tried so that you can indulge time and time again, but there are always new wines to sample. That’s why we have been working hard to design tours that will help you to broaden your horizons, while getting to experience important new wine destinations around the globe at the same time.

 

We have some unique wine tours on offer for 2019, from walking tours to a showcase of home-grown excellence. Revisit Burgundy or Bordeaux and see why these regions continue to be revered as among the very best in the world, pay a visit to Piedmont and discover the part of Italy that Barolo and Barbaresco call home, or travel to Canada to taste just why it’s making a name for itself in the wine world.

 

Then, there are our walking tours, that offer a different perspective as you make your way from vineyard to cellar, and from restaurant to scenic trail. Walk the Douro and discover its incredible wine legacy with visits to quintas and family-run producers alike. Wander the gorgeous English countryside and discover just why homegrown sparkling wine is making more of a name for itself than ever before. There are also walking tours in Burgundy and the Rhône Valley.

 

Our biggest-ever January sale is just around the corner, so if you want to treat yourself to a great holiday and book in some real quality time, there has never been a better time to do so. Stay tuned for more details…

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Unit 4
Oakridge Office Park,
Southampton Road, Whaddon,
Salisbury, England, UK
SP5 3HT
01730 263111 (UK)
888-479-6040 (US)
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