Lanzarote Wineries: 10 Incredible Volcanic Vineyards ?

How to visit the Lanzarote Vineyards

One of my stand-out experiences on my trip to the Canary Islands was visiting the moonscape Lanzarote wineries and indulging my senses in some local wine tasting. In this post, I’ll take a closer look at the unique viticulture behind this volcanic wine before introducing you to ten Lanzarote Vineyards you can visit and enjoy …

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San Martín del Castañar and Versos Microbodega

The villages of Sierra de Francia’s are quite a micro region for wine, and if there is one thing I love to do while on the road, that’s visit vineyards . . . and breweries . . . and distilleries . . . and, you get the idea. On this visit to the Sierra’s I …

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7 Melnik Wineries You Want to Visit for Amazing Bulgarian Wines

  Submitted by: Rosemary   From: Authentic Food Quest   Read more: Click here for full post  Overview: Did you know Bulgaria is one of the oldest wine regions in the world? The country produces great wines that are largely unsung. Melnik and Struma Valley wine region is a small and significant wine region in southwest Bulgaria, known …

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Wine capital of the world? Book me a ticket to Bordeaux!

 Overview: France is often considered the home of wine and visiting Bordeaux, one of it’s finest regions, is high up on any wine lovers bucket list. There is no doubt that the city is heavy on wine-related activities to keep any oenophile happy, however, that’s not everything. Much more than wine in Bordeaux There is …

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Exploring The Wines of Tuscany

visiting san gimignano in the wine region of tuscany

 Overview: When I read JaMeka’s first line “This blog post is about two of my favorite things – Tuscany and wine.” I knew I’d like it. This post is a great introduction to the region and comes from her blog, Got The Travel Bug Too. It’s a family travel blog that follows the adventures of …

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A Visit to Marques De Riscal in La Rioja

Marques de Riscal vineyard

There are many great vineyards in Spain, especially in La Rioja, one of the oldest and most famous bodegas is Marques De Riscal. Located just 6 km from the small town of Laguardia, it comes highly recommended as a stop on any trip through the Rioja region of Spain. Where to stay in La Rioja With …

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