Articles tagged with the word "Tourism":

Bordeaux wine tourism, part 3 – the left bank

Published on April 8, 2010

The Médoc – Bordeaux’s left bank – is a largely unprepossessing landscape made beautiful and dramatic by pristine row upon row of vines, carpeting the grounds of classic and charming châteaux. And it is remarkably recently that this most traditional of wine regions has begun to embrace wine tourists.

Coasts and cuisine in South African currents

Published on January 16, 2010

The South African wine industry may be 350 years old, but it’s the freshness of the last decade that’s getting folk excited as producers carve out a new coastal identity for the 21st century.

Bordeaux wine tourism, part 2 – the right bank

Published on August 28, 2009

Bordeaux’s right bank, and the rolling countryside of the Entre-Deux-Mers have more to them than wine production, though I wouldn’t want to detract from that. Wine touristic gems are there for the discovery, and the area is heavily-laden with cultural heritage.

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