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Priorat: know its wines and cellars

The viticulture of the DOC Priorat, in Catalonia, has a long tradition. No wonder, then, that there is a lot of cellars and wine routes to explore.

The wines from this region are produced in an area of ??20,000 ha, of which only 1,600 have been planted with vines, according to the DOC of this region itself. Being the terrain somewhat difficult, it makes the production...


Spanish Wine Routes for this Fall

Fall is the perfect season to discover the vineyards landscape. The colour of forests and leaves is changing, and green turns into different shades of brown and maroon. Therefore, it is time to make wine tourism and learn about some of the most prized routes on the national scene. Do you want to come with us?

Lleida, Costers del Segre

Costers del Segre is a...


Bars to drink good wine in Paris

We continue in France and this time it's turn for wine bars. In Paris night-life is one of the biggest attractions, and if you're looking for options to have fun in good company be sure to know some of the bars to drink good wine recommended by Time Out.

Le Garde Robe: Located near the ancient Samaritano, it is a wine bar with an excellent reputation where you...


Antipodean wine regions you should visit

If you're a wine lover or you're entering this world, you must know that the cellars of the New World, such as Australia and New Zealand, are in vogue. Therefore we give you some info on regions, areas and wine tours that you can not miss in the Antipodes.


The famous Marlborough region is mostly known for its production of Sauvignon Blanc. It's...


Ribera del Duero's secret

Ribera del Duero wines usually do not disappoint and you also can find some very good, or excellent, affordable to almost all budgets. But if you want to give yourself a treat you can also find here some of the most expensive wines of Spain.

This wine region is preferred among others by the younger generation that, after some years of absence returns to imbibe of wine...


Wine Tourism with the Kids

Wait, wait, don't get angry yet. We know wine tasting is a more of an adult thing, but that doesn't mean that you can't take your family with you if you're going to spend a weekend in the countryside tasting wine.

What about a grape juice tasting for kids? And showing them the whole process of wine making? If it sounds fun, let's see what the eDreams Travel Blog suggests for...


Wine routes: General tips

Times change, and more quickly in the tourism sector than others. In the case of wine tourism, it?s no longer an exclusive activity for wine lovers and is fast becoming popular among young couples, groups of friends, and families.

Attracted by the rural landscape and local wineries, at the moment it is very much in fashion to discover new regions through wine tourism. Now...