Alentejo takes up most of the southern part of Portugal and it’s the largest wine region in the country. Beyond the endless acres of vineyard, you’ll find olive and cork trees, both sourcing some of the most traditional products coming from this “haven country by the sea.”
Michael Green's Winetoons started as a series of doodles and developed into their current format over 25 years. We at Wine Tourist Magazine think they are brilliant. We want to promote Michael's latent cartooning talent along with his art.
My tours offer a humanistic and more complete way of learning about what’s in your glass. I create a context for my clients through meeting the producer, understanding the region and its culture, and enjoying the local cuisine.
Just a three and a half hour drive from Madrid, Bierzo is becoming one of the most promising wine regions in Spain. The quality of its wine has dramatically improved over the past 20 years and the bodegas are now producing very exciting wines. Surrounded by beautiful green mountains, natural landscapes and historical sites, the area has a lot to offer to tourists.
Ainoa’s reputation was reinforced when it was awarded the Finnish Food and Culture Fund Award and then took home a gold medal and trophy for best in class at the Vinalies Internationales Competition in Paris.