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Self-Guided Wine Tour of Russian River Valley 2

Self-Guided Wine Tour of Russian River Valley

If you’re like us, sometimes you prefer to set up your own wine tour! Here is our guide to help you with a wine tour of Russian River Valley. Wine-tasting excursions across the Russian River Valley will take you along the picturesque backroads of Sonoma wine country. Beautiful country roads in the Russian River pass […]

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Self-Guided Wine Tour of Bordeaux

Self-Guided Wine Tour of Bordeaux

One of the most prominent and prolific wine-producing regions in the world is the Bordeaux wine region, located in the southwest of France. Over 7,500 wine producers, 10,000 unique wines, and more than 111,000 hectares of breathtaking vineyards dot the gorgeous countryside of the wine region, making a wine tour of Bordeaux something that should

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Self-Guided Wine Tour of Burgundy

Self-Guided Wine Tour of Burgundy

Burgundy, known for its legendary wines, is a must-visit location for everyone who values the finer points of the winemaker’s craft. In this region, you may tour some of the most prominent and historic vineyards in the world and sample wines that are frequently regarded as the best that France has to offer. Burgundy, one

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Self-Guided Wine Tour of Adelaide Hills

Self-Guided Wine Tour of Adelaide Hills

South-east of Adelaide is where you will find the Adelaide Hills wine region. The GI region spans around 1500 km, including its 3957 hectares of grapes. Despite the fact that valleys and sub-valleys produce different meso-climates, the high altitude makes the climate chilly. Shiraz, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Sauvignon Blanc are the principal grapes farmed

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Self-Guided Wine Tour of Hunters Valley

Self-Guided Wine Tour of Hunters Valley

Self-Guided Wine Tour of Hunters Valley Australian wines were first produced in the Hunter Valley. It is renowned across the world as a gourmet vacation and is known for its beautiful varietals of Semillon and shiraz. Over 150 cellar doors and an increasing number of cutting-edge eateries provide options for indulgence throughout the entire region.

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