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Hiking through the volcanic vineyards of LanzarotewinklorchLa Geria LanzaroteWineRun LanzaroteTimanfaya Fire MountainsLanzarote vineyardsBodega La Geria LanzaroteEl Grifo Canari150612.375 Bodega El Bermejo, LanzaroteMirador del Rio Lanzarote

Sun, 23 Aug 2015 17:10:31 +0000

By Wink Lorch The vineyards of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands are among a select band of wine regions that can truly be called volcanic. In summer the bright green vines emerge startlingly from the pitch black volcanic soil. It makes an arresting view and the way the vines are grown is intriguing. Lanzarote lies […]

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Discovering the Delights of Saint-ChinianwinklorchSaint-Chinian vineyardFrench winery opening timesLa Petite Table in Assignan © Paola TichFrom another age - best go to the Maison du Vin © Paola Tich

Wed, 04 Feb 2015 08:08:08 +0000

The dramatic Montagne Noire forms the backdrop to the Saint-Chinian vineyards, and to its charming southern French towns and villages. Wine communicator and retailer Paola Tich travelled there to learn more about the two distinctive styles of red Saint-Chinian wine, not forgetting its rosés and unusual white wines. On an early evening in September there’s […]

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The history, wines and oils of Les Baux de ProvencewinklorchLes Baux en Provence mapLes Baux vineyardMas de la Dame ProvenceOlives on a treeFrench chocolates

Thu, 14 Nov 2013 11:46:20 +0000

Despite its diminutive name, Les Alpilles, literally meaning the Little Alps is a rich and diverse area which makes it a popular tourist destination. During the summer, it may be one to avoid if traffic and crowds are not what you are after, but during the winter the area is calmer, and although some restaurants […]

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Discovering wine and remembering war on the Gallipoli PeninsulawinklorchWestern Turkey mapAnzac war cemeteryGali vineyardOwners of Gali, TurkeySuvla Wines TurkeyMap of GallipoliAnzac cove

Tue, 23 Apr 2013 10:00:19 +0000

By Brett Jones The Gallipoli Peninsula, to the south west of Istanbul, is located in Turkish Thrace, the European part of Turkey, with the Aegean Sea to the west and the Dardanelles to the east. In 1980 the Gallipoli Peninsula Historic National Park was founded, encompassing 35,000 hectares of countryside, to protect the military and […]

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A California road less travelledwinklorchAnderson Valley mapMendocino vineyards in Anderson ValleyAnderson Valley tasting roomCalifornia highway sign

Tue, 18 Dec 2012 11:35:53 +0000

The huge State of California is known for its diverse wine tourism offering north and south of San Francisco. Louise Hurren looks back at experiences of a weekend’s wine tour last summer when she headed to Mendocino, a few hours north of the city. Louise is a wine communicator who lives in southern France. She spends […]

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Wine and food where three countries meetwinklorchKaysersberg ©Mick Rock, CephasKaiserstuhl, Baden ©Brett JonesSlices of Swiss Culture book

Wed, 21 Nov 2012 20:05:20 +0000

When you next plan a visit to Alsace, a must-visit wine region, then don’t forget that it is as simple as crossing the River Rhine to visit the Baden wine region too. What makes this doubly appealing is that both regions are among the most welcoming to wine tourists that you can find in their […]

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