Posts Tagged ‘ Wine Tourism ’

The wines of La Gomera

Feb 1st, 2018 | By

Spain has a long tradition of winemaking but many people think that the best wines are limited to the Spanish mainland. This isn’t necessarily the case. Take the small island of La Gomera in the Canary Isles.

Georgian wine

Nov 13th, 2017 | By

The fact that the story of Georgian viticulture can now be traced back some 8,000 years is going to be of significance as it will stimulate sales of Georgian wines and tourism.

It’s not enough just to have a vineyard

May 26th, 2013 | By

Starting yesterday Wine Week is – at it suggests – a celebration of the quality and range of home-grown wines. It goes without saying that it is also an opportunity to persuade you to visit, taste and buy wines that catch your fancy.

Virginian Wine

Sep 2nd, 2010 | By

Think of wine in the USA and your mind probably thinks of California. Oz Clarke and James May did a TV series a while back driving through the state and stopping of at different vineyards to taste and praise. But if you think of the state of Virginia, wine is not probably the first thing that you’ll consider. To me Virginia conjures pictures of southern gentlemen, the confederacy and heritage.

Croatia Appeals to the Pocket and Taste Buds

Nov 10th, 2009 | By

Croatia is not yet a member of the EU so is outside the eurozone. That may be why visitors from Britain rose by 2%. The Croatians like us. Apart from the fact we are only the 10th largest country in terms of visitors we spend a lot more than many others so they will encourage us to visit by offering value for money and that all important price difference.