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Great Wines Capitals Guide International 2010

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The Great Wine Capitals Global Network is proud to present the 2010 winners of the Best Of Wine Tourism contest, properties and wine tourism operators that have received a prize for their quality and innovativeness in welcoming visitors.

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Great Wines Capitals Guide International 2010

  1. 1. 2010 www.greatwinecapitals.com Bilbao I Rioja Bordeaux Cape Town Christchurch I South Island Firenze Mainz I Rheinhessen Mendoza Porto San Francisco I Napa Valley
  2. 2. Contents • Edito .................................................................................................... 1 • Best Of Wine Tourism ......................................................................... 2 • Bilbao I Rioja (Spain) ............................................................................ 3 • Bordeaux (France) ................................................................................ 6 • Cape Town (South Africa)...................................................................... 9 • Firenze (Italy) ...................................................................................... 13 • Mainz I Rheinhessen (Germany)......................................................... 17 • Mendoza (Argentina)........................................................................... 21 • Porto (Portugal) .................................................................................. 25 • San Francisco I Napa Valley (USA)..................................................... 28 • Great Wine Capitals Travel Network.................................................... 32 Symbols • Opening days .................................................................................... 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 • Opening months ............................................................................... 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 • Groups welcome on appointment only ............................................ • Groups welcome .............................................................................. • Disabled facilities............................................................................. • Shop.................................................................................................. • Accommodation facilities................................................................. • Catering facilities ............................................................................. • Meeting facilities.............................................................................. • Spoken languages............................................................................ • Awards International winner 2010 • Category ........................................................................................... ART AND CULTURE
  3. 3. The Great Wine Capitals Global Network is proud to present the 2010 winners of the Best Of Wine Tourism contest, properties and wine tourism operators that have received a prize for their quality and innovativeness in welcoming visitors. The “Best Of Wine Tourism” awards were created by the Great Wine Capitals Global Network in 2004 to recognize excellence and encourage wider participation in wine tourism initiatives in the cities and wine regions of the Network. Since the first edition, 250 national and 55 international awards have honoured wineries, hotels, restaurants, museums, and other wine tourism-related businesses. The awards are given in the categories of Accommodation, Architecture, Parks and Gardens, Art and Culture, Innovative Experiences in Wine Tourism, Sustainable Wine Tourism Practices, Restaurants and Wine Tourism Services. A local contest takes place in each member city and region, with winners on the national level competing on the international level and being awarded during the annual general meeting of the Network. Today, these awards are a benchmark for industry excellence. Wherever you are in the world, look for them; they will enhance your visit and wine tourism experience… Bruno LACOSTE, Vice-President CCI of Bordeaux President of the Great Wine Capitals Global Network Find all the Best Of Wine Tourism winners since 2004 on our website www.greatwinecapitals.com and find out how to experience vibrant cities and world class wines through our GWC Travel Network. The Great Wine Capitals is a Network of nine major global cities which share a key economic and cultural asset: their internationally-renowned wine regions. The purpose of the Great Wine Capitals Global Network is to bring them together in order to forge special relationships, undertake exchanges, and develop co-operative programmes. www.greatwinecapitals.com gwc@greatwinecapitals.com 1
  4. 4. Best Of Wine Tourism 8 of the member cities of the Great Wine Capitals Global Network (Bilbao I Rioja, Bordeaux, Cape Town, Florence, Mainz I Rheinhessen, Mendoza, Porto, San Francisco I Nappa Valley) are pleased to present the 2010 selection of the most original, innovative vine and wine sites for visitors. Christchurch I South Island joined the Network late 2009 and will organize the contest next year. An international panel of experts examined applications from each of the wine regions in the Network, in seven categories covering the whole spectrum of wine tourism: • Architecture, parks and gardens, • Art and culture, • Innovative wine tourism experiences, • Accommodation, • Wine tourism services, • Sustainable wine tourism practices, • Wine tourism restaurants. The winners of the competition are listed in this guide, and guarantee visitors: • a genuine, top-quality reception, • an original, innovative way of discovering the local heritage, • a range of services to meet the strictest requirements. 2
  5. 5. Bilbao I Rioja ilbao, the most important city in northern Spain, is B located on the coast of the Bay of Biscay. It is today a rich and vibrant city, with important cultural spaces such as the Guggenheim Museum, and the gleaming, arched footbridge, the Pasarela de Uribitarte, designed by Spaniard Santiago Calatrava. It is also the gateway to the Rioja wine region, with its centuries old traditions and rich and varied regional cuisine. The architectural treasures of Bilbao - where even the metro system has been designed by Sir Norman Foster, winner of the prestigious Pritzker Architecture Prize - has carried over into its neighbouring wine district, and the stunning scenery of Rioja is contrasted with an ever growing number of startling, excitingly designed wineries, cellars and welcome centres. San Francisco I Napa Valley Bilbao I Rioja Porto Cape Town Bordeaux SPAIN Christchurch I South Island Bilbao I Rioja Mainz Firenze Mayence I Rheinhessen 3
  6. 6. Rioja Bodegas Muga Avda. de Vizcaya s/n - 26200 Haro 2010 Tel. +34 941 311 825 - info@bodegasmuga.com www.bodegasmuga.com INNOVATIVE WINE TOURISM EXPERIENCES Bodegas Muga was one of the first wineries in Rioja to open its doors to tourists. The attractive stone and wood building dates back from two centuries, and provides visitors with a quality learning experience about the wine, and the wider context in which it is made. The cellars also contain their own cooperage, allowing visitors to learn about the process of barrel making, so central to the Muga style of wine. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Compañía Vinícola del Norte de España Rioja Barrio de la Estación, s/n - 26200 Haro Tel. +34 941 304 800 - marketing@cvne.com ARCHITECTURE, PARKS AND GARDENS www.cvne.com Also known as CVNE, this company owns three ground-breaking estates in Rioja; Viña Real, CVNE and Contino. The CVNE cellar was built in the 19th century. The buildings have been conserved and have recently suffered a restoration which combines modernity with classicism. One of the most striking parts of the buildings is an ageing cellar built after Gustave Eiffel style. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Finca Valpiedra Rioja El Montecillo s/n - 26360 Fuenmayor Tel. +34 941 450 876 - info@bujanda.com ART AND CULTURE www.familiamartinezbujanda.com The Finca is a beautiful chateau-style winery located in Rioja Alta, owned by the Martínez Bujanda family that has roots in Rioja dating back to 1889. They have created a wine museum explaining the culture and techniques used in Rioja over the past centuries. The winery also has a renowned private art collection, and offers extensive facilities for holding exhibitions and other cultural events, from a traditional 19th century cellar to modern spaces. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 4
  7. 7. Rioja Hotel Villa de Ábalos Plaza Fermín Gurbindo nº 2 - 26339 Abalos Tel. +34 941 334 302 - hotel@hotelvilladeabalos.com ACCOMMODATION www.hotelvilladeabalos.com Hotel Hospedería Villa de Ábalos is located in the small village of Ábalos, surrounded by a number of both small and large vineyards and wineries. This 17th century hotel has been particularly rewarded for its efforts to make guests feel a part of the local experience by arranging visits and wine tastings, and more hands-on experiences such as helping with the harvest. 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Remenetxe Restaurant Rioja Barrio Ugarte nº 5 - 48392 Muxika - Bizkaia Tél. +34 946 253 520 - remenetxe@remenetxe.com SUBTAINABLE WINE TOURISM PRACTISES www.remenetxe.com The Remenetxe restaurant in Bilbao is well regarded for its international wine list and its relaxed and straight-forward approach to teaching wine culture to its customers. Housed in a traditional 19th century farmhouse, converted in 1986 but retaining its rustic stone walls and wooden beams, there are over 600 wines on the list from Rioja, Spain and further afield. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Rioja Alavesa Wine Route Association Rioja Carretera Laguardia-Vitoria, 2 - 1300 Lagardia (Alava) Tél. +34 945 297 004 - info@rutadelvinoderiojaalavesa.com www.rutadelvinoderiojaalavesa.com WINE TOURISM SERVICES The wine routes around Rioja offer visitors a beautiful wine country scenery to enjoy unique experiences visiting historical remains from Bronze Age, medieval walled villages to the most contemporary architecture-led wineries and wine culture museums. A wide range of restaurants and accommodation also enables to taste the typical charm of Rioja life style. The momentum behind this came from this association, which encouraged the different players involved in wine tourism to work together. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 5
  8. 8. Bordeaux deally located in southwest France, close to the chic I resorts of the Côte d’Argent and just two hours from the Pyrénées mountains, the Unesco World Heritage city of Bordeaux is one of the most revered names in the world of wine, with over 2,000 years of wine making history and a wealth of technical expertise. The region is a fascinating mix of stately XVIII châteaux in the Médoc, thousand-year old towns and villages in Saint-Emilion and the Libournais and the recently- renovated city centre, with its abundance of winebars and gourmet restaurants. The different wine regions in Bordeaux are easy to explore, with more and more properties offering exciting experiences to the wine tourist, from hands-on workshops in cru classé châteaux to horse riding through the vines in the rolling hills of Entre-Deux-Mers. San Francisco I Napa Valley Bordeaux Bilbao I Rioja FRANCE Cape Town Porto Christchurch I South Island Mainz Firenze Bordeaux Mayence I Rheinhessen 6
  9. 9. Pessac Léognan Château Pape Clément 216, avenue du Docteur Nancel Pénard - 33600 Pessac 2010 Tel. +33 5 57 26 43 06 - contact@luxurywinetourism.fr www.pape-clement.com WINE TOURISM SERVICES This is one of the best known chateaux of the Pessac Leognan appellation. The owner, Bernard Magrez has invested heavily not only in the winemaking, but also in restoring the château and winery. The "Orangerie", the “Barrel Cellar”, and the “Pavillon du Prelat” offer spaces for the staging of both personal and professional events, with a team fully on hand to organize everything from catering to logistics. Luxury wine tastings are also on offer, as are tours around Magrez’s other Bordeaux vineyards. 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Château d’Arsac Médoc Allée du Comte - 33460 Arsac Tel. +33 5 56 58 83 90 - chateau.arsac@wanadoo.fr ART AND CULTURE www.chateau-arsac.com This Medoc château manages to continually innovate, evidenced by photography collections in the winery, and a permanent display of thought-provoking works by international artists in the "Garden of Sculptures". The château building is a clever combination of classic lines that date back to the 12th century and startling modern touches, from the transparent roof to the immense "Diagonale" d’Arsac, all conceived by owner Philippe Raoux, Bordeaux architect Patrick Hernandez and sculptor Bernar Venet. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Château de Môle Puisseguin Saint-Emilion Lieu-dit Durand - 33570 Puisseguin Tel. +33 5 57 74 60 86 - chateaudemole@orange.fr www.chateau-de-mole.fr ACCOMMODATION Visitors are seduced not only by the location of this friendly estate - just five minutes outside of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Saint-Emilion - but also by its combination of old-world elegance with modern comfort, including spa/sauna facilities for guests. Five individually decorated rooms combine wooden floors, exposed stone and wonderfully comfortable furnishings, all with views over the surrounding vineyards. Tastings of their Puisseguin St-Emilion wine, and cellar visits are offered. 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 7
  10. 10. Pomerol Château de Sales Pomerol - 33500 Libourne Tel. +33 5 57 51 04 92 - chdesales@chateaudesales.fr ARCHITECTURE, PARKS AND GARDENS www.chateau-de-sales.fr One of the largest estates in Pomerol; the de Lambert family has been making wine here for five hundred years.The graceful château dates back from 16th century, and covers 47 hectares, all farmed by sustainable agriculture. One of the few classically proportioned chateaux in Pomerol, de Sales has a long sweeping driveway lined by plane trees, and large gardens that surround the chateau with the unusual feature of numerous bamboo plants. The "Orangerie" is today a large and airy tasting room. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Domaine de Cantemerle Blayais 9 rue Cantemerle - 33240 Saint-Gervais Tel. +33 5 57 43 11 39 - cantemerle@9business.fr SUSTAINABLE WINE TOURISM PRACTICES www.domaine-cantemerle.com This family-run estate in Saint-Gervais (Gironde), close to the Dordogne river in the Bordeaux Superieur appellation, has become renowned for its meticulous approach to environmentally-conscious wine-making. Certified in Sustainable Agriculture since 2005, the family has shown exemplary leadership in fully traceable bottling, combined with minimal use of vineyard treatments, on-site recycling and energy conversion - all explained to visitors in the context of the benefit it brings to their wines. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 La Winery Médoc Rond-point des Vendangeurs - 33460 Arsac Tel. +33 5 56 39 04 90 - contact@winery.fr www.winery.fr INNOVATIVE WINE TOURISM EXPERIENCES This award given to a Philippe Raoux venture is well deserved for its combination of architecture, art and wine; this time in the creation of a 1,000 m2 wine boutique and cultural centre. This unusual space, one of the largest of its type in Europe, is designed to engage visitors with understanding their own wine preferences. The setting is highly contemporary, unusual in the Medoc, and contains a gourmet restaurant, a tapas bar and space for theatre, music and other cultural events. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 8
  11. 11. Cape Town ape Town is the southern most metropolis in South C Africa, placed at the confluence of the Atlantic and the Indian Oceans, with a history of winemaking that stretches back over 3 centuries. Its pleasant Mediterranean climate makes it a perfect destination for year-round breaks, and the international attractions of Cape Town are complemented by 13 winegrowing regions within easy reach of its beaches, restaurants, and iconic Table Mountain. Wine tourists can explore the stunning scenery of Stellenbosch and Paarl, the gourmet secrets of Franschhoek, or the wild outdoors of the Klein Karoo and the majestic Cederberg Mountains. Most wineries - from traditional Cape Dutch stately buildings, to architecturally-designed contemporary spaces - offer cellar door experiences, gourmet restaurants, well stocked boutiques and tailored wine tasting experiences. San Francisco I Napa Valley Cape Town Porto SOUTH AFRICA Bilbao I Rioja Bordeaux Christchurch I South Island Mendoza Firenze Cape Town Mainz I Rheinhessen 9
  12. 12. Stellenbosch Rust en Vrede Restaurant Rust en Vrede Wine Estate, Annandale Road - 7600 Stellenbosch 2010 Tel. +27 218 813 881 - info@rustenvrede.com WINE TOURISM RESTAURANTS www.rustenvrede.com The first South African estate to specialise in the exclusive production of red wine, Rust en Vrede is now famous also for its welcoming, top quality restaurant. Located in the foodie-destination of Stellenbosch, the restaurant is located in what was once the wine cellar and is now a National Monument. The kitchen is in full view of the dining room, creating a relaxed but exciting atmosphere, or customers can choose a more intimate side area for private dinners. Rust en Vrede is the only estate to be voted in Top 100 wines and Top 100 restaurants in the world. Rust en Vrede was selected by President Nelson Mandela to be served at the Nobel Peace Prize dinner in Oslo. Afrikaans 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Cloof Wines Darling Off R315 - 7345 Darling Tel. +27 224 922 839 - info@cloof.co.za SUSTAINABLE WINE TOURISM PRACTICES www.cloof.co.za This winery is located in Darling, on the West Coast of the South African Winelands, where an annual wild flower show makes it a focal point of the Cape Floral Kingdom. Fittingly for such a location, Cloof is committed to conserving the natural environment, encouraging biodiversity and limiting environmental impact of the vineyards. 2 Afrikaans 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Devon Valley Hotel Stellenbosch Devon Valley Road - 7600 Stellenbosch Tel. +27 218 652 012 - info@devonvalleyhotel.com www.devonvalleyhotel.com ACCOMMODATION Beautiful surroundings in Stellenbosch, this country house hotel has a world-class restaurant and its own vineyard. It also enjoys great relationships with neighbouring wineries, and can arrange visits and tastings for guests. Fitting in perfectly with its environment, the hotel has fun touches such as a "Petanque" court under the trees in the Vineyard Terrace. 50 Afrikaans 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 10
  13. 13. Franschhoek Grande Provence Heritage Estate Main Road - 7690 Franschhoek Tel. +27 218 768 600 - enquiries@grandeprovence.co.za ARCHITECTURE, PARKS AND GARDENS www.grandeprovence.co.za Located in the heart of the picturesque Franschhoek Valley, surrounded by lush vineyards and rugged mountains, The Owner’s Cottage is an exquisite, sophisticated Villa offering luxurious five star accommodation overlooking beautifully manicured gardens. From wine tastings to art exhibitions to the Estate’s award-winning restaurant, there are many activities to whet your appetite at Grande Provence Heritage Wine Estate. 5 Afrikaans 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Robertson Wine Valley Robertson PO Box 550 - 6705 Robertson Tel. +27 236 263 167 - manager@robertsonwinevalley.com INNOVATIVE WINE TOURISM EXPERIENCES www.robertsonwinevalley.com This award recognises the efforts of an entire wine region; Robertson Wine Valley has proved one of the most dynamic areas in the Cape Winelands in terms of innovative experiences, and clever use of new media to promote itself - clips on You Tube giving a glimpse on what wine festivals in the Robertson Wine Valley entails. Throughout the year, there are hands on experiences for visitors, from getting involved in the harvest to a music festival along the river, to the increasingly successful Wacky Wine Weekend, attracting visitors to the valley during winter. Afrikaans 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Vergelegen Wines Stellenbosch Lourensford Road - 7130 Somerset West Tel. +27 218 471 334 - marketing@vergelegen.co.za www.vergelegen.co.za ART AND CULTURE This beautiful, historic estate is a leading winery in South Africa for many reasons, from its traditional 16th century building to its luscious, award-winning wines. In this Best Of addition Vergelegen receives another well deserved award for its leading art and culture programme, featuring year-round events such as carol concerts at Christmas, classical music performances, as well as picnics in the summer months. Afrikaans 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 11
  14. 14. Stellenbosch Waterford Wine Estate Blaauwklippen Road - 7600 Stellenbosch Tel. +27 218 805 311 - info@waterfordestate.co.za www.waterfordestate.co.za WINE TOURISM SERVICES This estate was selected for a special prize in recognition of its imaginative and welcoming wine tourism initiatives. A warm welcome and beautiful setting makes a perfect backdrop for a range of different tasting options - in particular the unique wine and chocolate experience. Visitors travel from increasingly further afield to experience their Wine and Chocolate tasting where custom-made chocolates are paired with Waterford’s red and dessert wines. Afrikaans 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 12
  15. 15. Firenze ne of the most evocative names in the world, Firenze O is located in the heart of Tuscany, a region of rolling hills, stately cypress trees, ancient olive groves and endless vistas of vineyards reaching down to the Mediterranean sea. The Medieval city of Firenze, with its iconic art galleries and museums, is protected by Unesco, and is also the perfect base for exploring the wine-regions of Tuscany. The heart of Tuscany is found among the central hills of Chianti, and its soul in the Sangiovese grape, making rich and gentle Chianti Classicos. Wine tourism here unrolls at the same leisurely pace as the rest of life - art courses among the vines, walking or horse riding through vineyards, food and wine matching making the most of the luscious Italian foodstuffs, from sun-drenched tomatoes to rich wild boar pastas. San Francisco I Napa Valley Firenze Cape Town Bilbao I Rioja Bordeaux ITALY Firenze Christchurch I South Island Mendoza Porto Mainz I Rheinhessen 13
  16. 16. Chianti Rufina Castello del Trebbio - La Sosta del Gusto Via Santa Brigida, 9 - 50060 Santa Brigida, Firenze 2010 Tel. +39 055 8304900 - trebbio@tin.it www.vinoturismo.it WINE TOURISM RESTAURANTS The large outside terrace offers a perfect setting for this lovely restaurant, located in the Trebbio Castle. The castle was built as a small fortress in 1184 by the Pazzi Family, and passed into the hands of the present owners in 1968. Extensive renovations were carried out, and a restaurant, La Sosta del Gusto, was opened in 2006. Run by a Maitre- Sommelier, it is renowned for its excellent seasonal menus, and its imaginative and far-reaching wine list. 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Casina di Cornia Chianti Classico Loc. Cornia 113 - 53011 Castellina in Chianti, Siena Tel. +39 0577 743052 - info@casinadicornia.com www.casinadicornia.com SUSTAINABLE WINE TOURISM PRACTICES Located on the southwest slopes of Chianti hills, the stunning natural setting is perfectly in harmony with the owners’ philosophy of respecting the land. The vineyard is fully certified organic, and without the use of copper as an anti-fungus. In the winemaking, no selected yeasts are used, and the smallest possible amount of sulphur dioxide. Wines are unfiltered. Guests are welcome to explore this either by staying on the estate, or through open and friendly visits. 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Castello di Brolio - Barone Ricasoli Chianti Classico Cantine del Castello di Brolio, Località Madonna a Brolio - 53013 Gaiole in Chianti, Siena Tel. +39 0577 7301 - barone@ricasoli.it www.ricasoli.it ART AND CULTURE A fortress constructed during the Middle Ages makes a suitably dramatic backdrop for a lively and varied arts and culture program throughout the year, ranging from the permanent display of rare pieces of armory, tapestries and paintings to visits of chapel inside the Castle, the walk around and gardens, not forgetting music concerts. The estate also has an excellent restaurant, and a large, glamorous wine shop. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14
  17. 17. Chianti Classico Castello di Gabbiano Via Gabbiano, 22 - 50022 San Casciano V.P., Firenze Tel. +39 055 821053 - castellogabbiano@castellogabbiano.it ACCOMMODATION www.castellogabbiano.it A stay at the magical Castello di Gabbiano allows guests to immerse themselves in a landscape of vineyards, olive groves and woods. The historic details include a 12th century tower and the 14th century cellars - the farm itself dates back to the 15th century. Guests can stay in the rooms of the castle or in the large apartments in the farmhouse; they have access to the grounds, the gardens and the swimming pool and they can enjoy wine tasting or cooking classes. 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Castello di Verrazzano Chianti Classico Via S. Martino in Valle, 12 - 50022 Greve in Chianti, Firenze Tel. +39 055 854243 - info@verrazzano.com ARCHITECTURE, PARKS AND GARDENS www.verrazzano.com The Castle of Verrazzano is located on a hilltop in the Chianti Classico area, in stunning scenery and with an imposing architecture that makes it one of the region’s most striking places. Guests are mostly impressed by the historical cellars and the late-Renaissance gardens of the main villa, where you can see wild boar roaming in the surrounding woods. The tours are completed with a guided tasting of wines, olive oil, balsamic vinegar and Vin Santo together with "cantucci", the traditional almond biscuits. 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Castello di Vicchiomaggio Chianti Classico Via Vicchiomaggio, 4 - 50022 Greve in Chianti, Firenze Tel. +39 055 854079 - info@vicchiomaggio.it ACCOMMODATION www.vicchiomaggio.it Vicchiomaggio Castle, owned by John and Paola Matta, is one of the best preserved castles in Tuscany, surrounded by a 130-hectare park, a farm, and a fully working wine estate. Guests can enjoy elegant rooms and apartments with a blend of antique furniture and luxurious amenities. Most of the rooms overlook a perfectly manicured Italian garden, the picturesque Church of Santa Maria or the beautiful Greve Valley. Immersion in the wine world is encouraged, with visits, cellar tours and tastings. 14 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 15
  18. 18. Chianti Classico Salvadonica - Borgo del Chianti Via Grevigiana, 82 - 50020 Loc. Mercatale San Casciano V.P., Firenze Tel. +39 055 8218039 - info@salvadonica.com SPECIAL JURY AWARD www.salvadonica.com Salvadonica is a cluster of stone buildings dating back to the 14th century, halfway between Siena and Florence that was once a resting place for pilgrims on the last stage of their journey to Rome. Today it is a renowned wine estate and a charming guest residence: the apartments and rooms are converted from the original farm cottages and lodgings, while the extensive grounds are full of woods, olive groves and vines, with space for horse-riding, tennis, golf and relaxing. 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Villa Petriolo Chianti Montalbano Via di Petriolo, 7 - 50050 Cerreto Guidi, Firenze Tel. +39 0571 55284 - info@villapetriolo.com INNOVATIVE WINE TOURISM EXPERIENCES www.villapetriolo.com This excellent estate, a previous winner in the Art and Culture category, continues to innovate and excite. It reaches out to its clients in a number of ways, not just through visits and tastings, but through active multi-media and social networking, and clever ideas encouraging clients to entertain at home with the expertise of the Villa Petriolo sommelier, taking guests through food and wine matching, with Tuscan breads, cheeses, olive oils and other delicacies. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Villa Poggio Torselli Chianti Classico Via Scopeti, 10 - 50026 San Casciano V.P., Firenze Tel. +39 055 829024 1 - info@poggiotorselli.it www.poggiotorselli.it SPECIAL JURY AWARD Vineyards and olive groves surround this stunning villa, with classical gardens, perfectly manicured and maintained throughout the year. A magical experience for visitors, the villa dates back to the 15th century, and has been perfectly restored both inside and out. The farm produces wine and extra virgin olive oil, available for purchase in the premises. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 16
  19. 19. Mainz I Rheinhessen he city of Mainz is a vibrant German wine centre that T borders the great wine rivers of the Rhine and the Main, in the state of Rheinland-Pfalz. It is home to the German Wine Institute, the German Wine Fund, and the Association of German Prädikat Wine Estates (VDP. Die Prädikatsweingüter), which brings together the top winemakers of Germany with the wine merchants of the world. No less than 6 wine regions surround the cathedral city - including Rheinhessen, Germany’s largest wine- growing area. Today a young generation of winegrowers has reinvigorated the region with their creativity, passion and know-how, getting the fullest expression out of local grape varieties Riesling, Müller Thurgau and Spatburgunder (Pinot Noir). The city of Mainz is known for its university, its great food and drink scene, and the excellence of its cultural centres such as the Gutenberg Museum. San Francisco I Napa Valley Mainz I Rheinhessen GERMANY Bilbao I Rioja Bordeaux Cape Town Porto Mainz I Rheinhessen Mendoza Firenze Christchurch I South Island 17
  20. 20. Rheinhessen Weingut Hemmes Grabenstraße 13 - 55411 Bingen 2010 Tel. +49 6721 12420 - info@weingut-hemmes.de www.weingut-hemmes.de SUSTAINABLE WINE TOURISM PRACTICES The Hemmes family, innovative owners of a wine estate in Bingen-Kempten, has extended the idea of sustainability from vineyards to the local environment. They have restored a former schoolhouse, a listed historic building, in the heart of the village, and converted it into a wine school with tasting rooms, a professional kitchen, and areas for presentations, readings or celebrations. Not only has this preserved a key piece of history, but energy is supplied to the building by geothermal heat. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Gästehaus Peth Rheinhessen Alzeyer Straße 28 - 67592 Flörsheim-Dalsheim Tel. +49 6243 908800 - jutta@peth.de www.peth.de ACCOMMODATION This guesthouse, in the heart of the village of Flörsheim-Dalsheim, attracts visitors not only with its clean lines, lovely rooms and hearty array of cold meats, fruit and pastries for breakfast, but also with its numerous wine activities, art exhibitions and wine occasion arrangements. The owners’ hospitality is renowned, and there are also two handicapped- accessible rooms located on the ground floor of the property. 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 IG Gartenführer Rheinhessen Rheinhessen Welschstraße 12 - 55131 Mainz Tel. +49 6131 6007 - info@offene-gaerten-rheinhessen.de www.offene-gaerten-rheinhessen.de INNOVATIVE WINE TOURISM EXPERIENCES With everything from traditional farmers’ gardens, to English rose-gardens and aromatic herb gardens, Rheinhessen has an enchanting array of public spaces for visitors to explore. The Syndicate of Garden Guides Rheinhessen is the best way to discover them, with “Open Days” and “Sundays in the Garden” held throughout the year, alongside a comprehensive programme of talks, exhibitions and special events exploring this cultural heritage. 13 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 18
  21. 21. Rheinhessen IG Rheinhessische Weingewölbe Hauptstraße 12 - 67575 Eich Tel. +49 6132 44170 - Weingut-H.L.Menger@t-online.de www.rheinhessische-weingewoelbe.de ART AND CULTURE The ‘cow chapels’ are a very special feature of architectural history in Rheinhessen - built in the middle of the 19th century in monastic refectory style. Today they are used as wine tasting parlours, sales rooms and wine taverns. Since 1999 regular cultural and culinary events have been established by 43 vault owners and members of the Rheinhessen Wine Vaults Syndicate who are engaged in cultivating this architectural cultural heritage and unique feature of Rheinhessen. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Jordan´s Untermühle Rheinhessen Außerhalb 1 - 55278 Köngernheim Tel. +49 6737 71000 - info@jordans-untermuehle.de WINE TOURISM SERVICES www.jordans-untermuehle.de Unanimously selected for its excellent food, specialist wine advice, fantastic location and welcoming ambience, the history of this half-timbered former water-mill dates back to the 14th century, but since 2005 it has become a leading hotel and restaurant, under the management of the Jordan family. Located in the heart of a large park, this offers a wonderful base for exploring the wine region, and the hotel has a close relationship with many wineries. 26 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Weingut Domhof Rheinhessen Bleichstraße 14 - 67583 Guntersblum Tel. +49 6249 805767 - baumann@weingut-domhof.de ARCHITECTURE, PARKS AND GARDENS www.weingut-domhof.de This historic, elegant estate in Rheinhessen has large gardens surrounding the manor house of Domhof Wine Estate where, throughout the year, owners Chris and Alexander Baumann organize concerts, wine tastings and art exhibitions. Particularly interesting is the wine aroma garden that inspires your senses with well laid out aromas showcasing herbs, spices, fruits and other smells commonly found in the traditional grape varieties of the region, and their own excellent wines. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 19
  22. 22. Rheinhessen Weinrestaurant Kasematten im Novotel Mainz Augustusstraße 6 - 55131 Mainz Tel. +49 6131 9540 - H5407@accor.com WINE TOURISM RESTAURANTS www.novotel.com This hotel is right in the centre of the attractive town of Mainz, and its main restaurant, Kasematten, is housed in a 17th century historical vault, with exposed stone walls inside, and a large terrace for summery days. Chef André Büsselberg creates his dishes mainly from regional products, with the pared down produce following the purism of the architecture. To match the menu, 20 Rheinhessen wines from renowned wine-growers are selected – including four highlighted wines which change monthly or quarterly. 217 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 20
  23. 23. Mendoza endoza, located in mid-west Argentina, at the feet M of the Andes Mountains, is the country’s 4th largest city, and is the vibrant heart of its wine making, accounting for almost 70% of the output of an increasingly sophisticated and dynamic industry. Its exceptional climate allows the best grapes to ripen, among them the signature grape of Argentinean wine - Malbec. Wine tourism is as dynamic as the rest of the wine sector, with high-altitude wineries within easy reach of the city that offer spectacular views of the snow-capped Andes, and gleaming new installations opening up with a variety of high-end eateries, sleek tasting rooms and sumptuous accommodation. One of the world’s most exciting emerging wine tourism destinations. San Francisco I Napa Valley Mendoza Bilbao I Rioja ARGENTINA Cape Town Porto Mendoza Christchurch I South Island Bordeaux Firenze Mainz I Rheinhessen 21
  24. 24. San Rafael Algodon Wine Estates & Champions Club Ruta Nacional 144 km 674 Cuadro Benegas - 5603 San Rafael 2010 Tel. +54 2627 429020 - turismo@algodonwineestates.com www.algodonwineestates.com ACCOMMODATION Algodon Wine Estates is a stunning 2,050-acres estate at the base of the Andes, which has a range of peaceful lodges and villas for guests. Developed by renowned vineyard architects, Bormida & Yanzon, together with designer Gerhard Heusch, the estate also offers golf, wine- making and several excellent restaurants. Eco-friendly concepts such as natural fertilizers and organic crops, solar energy and clean power are in place, and the estate plans its own cattle and dairy farm. 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Bodega Familia Zuccardi Fray Luis Beltrán Ruta Provincial 33, km 7.5 - 5531 Fray Luis Beltrán Tel. +54 261 4410000 - reservas@familiazuccardi.com WINE TOURISM RESTAURANTS www.familiazuccardi.com Relaxed atmosphere, stunning views and a great choice of food makes ‘La Casa del Visitante’ a consistently excellent vineyard restaurant. You can choose between a traditional meal of empanadas and traditional "asados" (Argentinean barbecue) and a tasting menu of seasonal dishes, all accompanied by some of Argentina’s most exciting wines. Afternoon tea over summer weekends can also be enjoyed, where you can have hot drinks and cakes while surrounded by vineyards and mountains. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Bodega Salentein Argentina BV Uco Valley- Tunuyán Ruta 89 S/N Los Árboles - Tunuyán - 5560 Mendoza Tel. +54 2622 429500 - reservas@killkasalentein.com www.bodegasalentein.com - www.killkasalentein.com ARCHITECTURE, PARKS AND GARDENS This winery and its art gallery and cultural centre are located at the heart of the Uco Valley. The architecture and choice of building materials are all part of the striving for excellence that marks the whole project. Indeed, all materials were selected to blend in with the landscape, using natural products such as stone, wood, even water. The gardens also contain a chapel, where mass can be carried out against the backdrop of the stunning scenery. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 22
  25. 25. Mendoza Bodega Navarro Correas San Francisco Del Monte 1555 - 5501 Godoy Cruz Tel. +54 261 4315988 - centrodevisitas@ncorreas.com SUSTAINABLE WINE TOURISM PRACTICES www.ncorreas.com With a landmark new winery, Navarro Correas has built on its reputation as a leading producer. Its approach to sustainable winemaking sees gentle, non-invasive methods; planting in selected microclimates located 830 m above sea level, irrigated by mineral- rich waters from the melted snows of the Andes. This is explained clearly and dynamically in its new 800 m2 visitor centre, part of the stunning new winery itself, with an underground cellar for 5,500 barrels. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Bodega Norton Luján de Cuyo Ruta Provincial 15. Km 23,5 Perdriel - Luján de Cuyo - 5509 Perdriel - Luján de Cuyo Tel. +54 2614 909700 - mgarcia@norton.com.ar INNOVATIVE WINE TOURISM EXPERIENCES www.norton.com.ar Founded in 1895, Norton is one of the oldest and most important wine estates in Argentina. Located in the hard of Lujan de Cayo, the visitor centre is a wonderful way to learn not just about this winery, but the evolution of wine-making in the country itself, from its humble beginnings to its international renown today. The visit also allows visitors the chance to enjoy the wonderful views, have a drink on the wine bar terrace, or have lunch in the gardens. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Casa Vinícola Reyter Guaymallén Carril Urquiza 2019 Guaymallén - 5519 Mendoza Tel. +54 261 4265698 - turismo@bodegareyter.com.ar www.bodegareyter.com.ar ART AND CULTURE An historic winery founded in 1888, within easy reach of the wine capital of Mendoza. In 2005, the estate opened an art gallery which displays works by renowned painters and sculptors from Mendoza and further afield in Argentina. The concept of practical art is celebrated here; meaning you will find chairs, lamps, tasting bars, even a sculptured gazebo where you can sit outside and enjoy a glass of wine. 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 23
  26. 26. Mendoza Turismo Aymarà 9 de Julio 1023 - 5500 Mendoza Tel. +54 261 4202064 - receptivo@aymara.com.ar www.aymaraturismo.com.ar WINE TOURISM SERVICES This meticulously professional tour company, based in Mendoza organizes tailored visits for first time and returning guests. Aymarà works closely with local winemakers to ensure true insider tours, and can also arrange anything from wine tasting, architectural visits and cultural tours, to stays in local hotels and guest houses, horse riding trips and white water rafting – a shortcut to the best that Argentina has to offer. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 24
  27. 27. Porto estling in the northwest corner of Portugal, the N dusky pinks, yellows and blues of the UNESCO- historic centre of Porto glow in the evening sunshine, as the buildings look over to the historic Porto wine cellars on the bank of the Douro river, where the major port houses have their warehouses, many offering fascinating visitor centres for the wine tourist. This is a romantic and beautiful city to explore, and just an hour from the stunning Douro Valley, where steep terraces of vines form some of the most spectacular landscape in the world. These vines make the Touriga grapes to be transformed into port and increasingly into a rich still red wine. It is also a short drive from Vinho Verde, home to the light, fresh white wine that has made such a renaissance in recent years. San Francisco I Napa Valley Porto Bilbao I Rioja PORTUGAL Cape Town Mendoza Christchurch I South Island Porto Bordeaux Firenze Mainz I Rheinhessen 25
  28. 28. Douro Quinta do Seixo Quinta do Seixo, Tabuaço - 5120 - 495 Valença do Douro 2010 Tel. +351 227 838 104 - visitas.seixo@sogrape.pt www.sandeman.eu ARCHITECTURE, PARKS AND GARDENS Quinta do Seixo is located in the Upper-Corgo, in the heart of the Douro Valley. Following the Douro River from Régua to Pinhão, one can easily discover this ancient property and modern winery perfectly integrated into the landscape. Quinta do Seixo was developed to surprise the visitor with memorable experiences, combining a comfortable atmosphere with the tradition of the Douro wine making. From a large and natural balcony one can enjoy a breathtaking view over the Douro River. This is the perfect place to observe the vineyards and to discover the production of both Porto and Douro DOC Wines, through a wide variety of visits and tastings, educational programs and outdoor experiences. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Castas e Pratos Douro Rua José Vasques Osório - 5050 - 280 Peso da Régua Tel. +351 254 323 290 - info@castasepratos.com WINE TOURISM RESTAURANTS www.castasepratos.com This newly-opened restaurant offers a wine bar and gourmet experience. Regular tastings with a variety of producers are held, and the friendly, laid back atmosphere encourages visitors to try the many varieties of wine that are on offer. To accompany the wine, a wide range of tapas and more substantial food is suggested. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Quinta da Baseira & Quinta de Freixo Vinhos Verdes Rua do Casal - Cepelos - 4600 - 032 Amarante Tel. +351 255 460 030 - ap@tintobom.com / export@aguadomarao.pt www.tintobom.com - www.pousadadomarao.com SUSTAINABLE WINE TOURISM PRACTICES Those two leading estates, with sustainable wine making practices, are situated on the right banks of the famous Tâmega River. They organize joint tours for visitors to learn about the making of these organic wines. Their local environment, with traditional olive trees and rolling countrysides, adds to the feeling of peace and well being that is engendered on these estates. 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 26
  29. 29. Douro Quinta Nova de Nossa Senhora do Carmo Rua de Meladas 380 - 4536 - 902 Mozelos VFR Tel. +351 227 475 400 - psousa.qn@amorim.com www.quintanova.com INNOVATIVE WINE TOURISM EXPERIENCES A restored manor house in a stunning location along the Douro River near the waterside villages of Ferrão and Pinhão, Quinta Nova is owned today by Amorim cork producers. It is the country’s first ‘wine hotel’. Visitors can stay in rooms overlooking the vines, take a boat ride through the stunning local scenery, visit the museum and Wine House or taste the estate Douro and Port wines with the best regional gastronomy. 11 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Winelands of Portugal / Douro Douro by DOC DMC Services Events & Wine Rua do Carmo 51-5 - 1200 - 093 Lisboa Tel. +351 309 969 230 - susanna.tocca@doc-dmc.com www.doc-dmc.com WINE TOURISM SERVICES This new initiative, gathering different wine service companies, should be recognised for the sensible and well-executed aim of allowing all visitors, particularly independent travelers, to easily and efficiently discover the beautiful UNESCO-World Heritage Douro Valley. Their particular focus is on wine and gastronomy, offering a road book that allows travelers to discover the best wineries, cellars, restaurants and other tasting venues. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 27
  30. 30. San Francisco I Napa Valley he Californian city of San Francisco sits on the edge T of the Pacific Ocean, on North America’s stunning west coast. From the Golden Gate bridge to Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco is one of the world’s most loved cities, and provides the perfect stepping stone to one of its most loved wine regions - the Napa Valley. The backbone of the Napa Valley is Highway 29, but the area encompasses eight main regions, including St-Helena, Calistoga, Yountville and Napa, all with a myriad of wineries to explore - and with a history of welcoming visitors that stretches back to the late 1800s, making it the world’s first wine region to really embrace wine tourism. Today, the Napa Valley welcomes over 4.5 million visitors per year, drawn by the climate, the quality of the wines and the breadth of activities offered, from art galleries, to fine dining or to its many tasting room experiences. Mainz I Rheinhessen San Francisco I Napa Valley USA Bilbao I Rioja Bordeaux Cape Town Porto San Francisco I Napa Valley Mendoza Firenze Christchurch I South Island 28
  31. 31. Napa Valley Clos Pegase 1060 Dunaweal Lane - 94515 Calistoga 2010 Tel. +1 707 942 4981 - tenma@clospegase.com ART AND CULTURE www.clospegase.com Owners Jan and Mitsuko Shrem created Clos Pegase to be a temple to art and wine, sharing not only their wine, but their personal art collection with their customers. A visit here is an enlightening and enjoyable experience, with figures from Greek and Roman mythology - from Pegasus to Bacchus and Gaia - making continual appearances in the art and architecture of the winery, and the cave theatre. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Auberge du Soleil Napa Valley 180 Rutherford Road - 94573 Rutherford Tel. +1 707 963 1211 - info@aubergedusoleil.com ACCOMMODATION www.aubergedusoleil.com This luxurious hideaway, with guest rooms, suites and individual houses all located on terraces overlooking the vines of Napa Valley, has gained an impressive following by catering for the needs of each individual guest. With a renowned restaurant, a sense of luxury and true hospitality, this is somewhere to return to again and again. 50 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 California Wine Tours Napa Valley 4075 Solano Avenue - 94558 Napa Tel. +1 800 294 6386 - info@californiawinetours.com WINE TOURISM SERVICES www.californiawinetours.com One of the key strengths of California Wine Tours is that all their drivers have both a wide knowledge base and natural warmth toward their clients. Established for the past 24 years, founder Michael Marino strives to ensure tailored experiences and is also a leader in sustainable tourism – with initiatives such as carbon neutral office buildings, alternative and green fuel, and hybrid vehicles. This is the first transportation company to be certified in the Bay Area Green Business program. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 29
  32. 32. Napa Valley Château Montelena 1429 Tubbs Lane - 94515 Calistoga Tel. +1 707 942 5105 - customer-service@montelena.com ARCHITECTURE, PARKS AND GARDENS www.montelena.com The outside of this chateau reflects the spirit of excellence that is carried through into the wines. Imaginative and unusual, the stone castle that forms the main winery is carved into a hillside overlooking a Chinese garden and Jade Lake, all offering a view of Mount Saint- Helena. There are two islands on the beautiful lake that offer picnic opportunities for wine club members. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Napa Valley Wine Train Napa Valley 1275 McKinstry Street - 94559 Napa Tel. +1 707 253 2111 - sales@winetrain.com WINE TOURISM RESTAURANTS www.winetrain.com This unusual and top quality restaurant shows just how innovative the Napa Valley can be. Among some serious competition, this stood out for its wonderful setting, in an antique train that runs on 25-mile track through the Napa Valley, as well as for its fresh seasonal ingredients. The train has three kitchens that create regional specialties, and serves them with hard to find wines. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Quintessa Napa Valley 1601 Silverado Trail - 94573 Rutherford Tel. +1 707 967 1601 - info@quintessa.com www.quintessa.com SUSTAINABLE WINE TOURISM PRACTICES Quintessa owners Augustin and Valeria Huneeus bought this beautiful 280 acres estate when it was filled with oak trees and farmland. They turned it into a leading vineyard in Rutherford, and practiced first pest-friendly, organic farming, before converting to biodynamic, partly in 2002 and then fully in 2005. Visitors learn about this holistic approach to winemaking in a calming, enriching environment. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 30
  33. 33. Napa Valley St. Supéry Vineyards & Winery 8440 St. Helena Highway - 94573 Rutherford Tel. +1 707 963 4507 - divinecab@stsupery.com INNOVATIVE WINE TOURISM EXPERIENCES www.stsupery.com A name that is a regular in these awards, St. Supéry constantly strives to showcase the best of Napa Valley in an approachable way. Visitors have a chance to experience this property through a number of guided and self-guided tours, or by following their recipe suggestions for serving food and wine at home, or through new media channels from their excellent website to blogs and social media. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 31
  34. 34. Great Wine Capitals Travel Network Compose your tour from among the estates and vineyards in the Great Wine Capitals Global Network and be certain it will be a great success by contacting our professional experts. BILBAO-RIOJA ROMOTUR David ELEXGARAY Euskalduna 11, Ppal Izq. Dpt. 6 48008 Bilbao (Vizcaya) - Spain Tel. + 34 94 443 34 63 david@romotur.com www.romotur.com BORDEAUX BORDEAUX EXCELLENCE Madeleine MARCHAND 24, rue Latour 33000 Bordeaux - France Tel. + 33 5 56 44 27 68 mmarchand@see-travel.com www.bordeauxexcellence.com CAPE TOWN SPECIALIZED TOURS & EVENTS Marggi BIGGS P.O. Box 49 - Green Point, 8051 South Africa Tel. + 27 21 4341144 specialt@iafrica.com www.specialtours.co.za 32
  35. 35. FIRENZE MACHIAVELLI VIAGGI Silvana DI BARI BOLDRINI Via Machiavelli 49 50026 San Casciano Val di Pesa - Italia Tel. + 39 055 8228073 chianti@machiavelliviaggi.it www.machiavelliviaggi.it MENDOZA GMD VIAJES Y CONGRESOS Maria Alicia DOMINGUEZ 9 de Julio 1126 Mendoza - Argentina Tel. + 54 261 434-0114 gmdviajes@ciudad.com.ar www.gmdviajesycongresos.com PORTO VINITUR João MARINHO FALCAO Rua Dr. Afonso Cordeiro, 679, 1ºE 4450-007 Matosinhos - Portugal Tel. +351 229 399 410 info@vinitur.com www.vinitur.com SAN FRANCISCO I NAPA VALLEY VIVIANI, INC CALIFORNIA STYLE Linda VIVIANI 2800 Jefferson St. Napa Valley, California 94558 Tel. +(707)265-1940 - Cell phone: (707) 484-2911 linda@viviani.com www.viviani.com
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