Our specialist wine lovers’ vacations in Spain, Portugal, France & Italy will take you to the best wine producing regions in Europe, covering some of the most famous names in the wine-making world! Big, complex wines with character, style and quality are just waiting to be tasted on your next private wine tour in Bordeaux, La Rioja, Chianti, Valpolicella, Priorat, Penedes, Ribera del Duero, Alentejo, Avellino or the Douro Valley. Experience bold Bordeaux wines in a French chateau, vintage Port wines in a Portuguese quinta, signature Rioja wines in a Spanish bodega or crisp Franciacorta wines in an Italian cantina.
These spectacular wine regions take wine making very seriously, so you know you’re in great hands on your European wine tour with us! In Spain two of the many wine appellations, or D.O., have been singled out as D.O.C. – la Rioja and Priorat. Portugal is divided into 14 wine regions, the spectacular Douro Valley being considered one of the most beautiful wine regions in the world. In Italy and France, the wine classification system is more complex, as in Bordeaux alone, there are over 7,000 wine producing chateaux, with their five levels of Cru classé, or classified growths. In Italy, there are 350 official varietals recognised! Take advantage of our extensive wine expertise and discover the most fascinating and delicious wines in Spain, Portugal, France and Italy on your private wine tour with us!
If you know you’ll enjoy sipping fine wine in the Mediterranean sun, exploring the Bordeaux wine route of the Gironde left bank, quaffing a hearty Super-Tuscan looking over wonderful hillsides or touring historical Port wine lodges, then a wine tour of Spain, Portugal, Italy or France are just the ticket! Discover some of the best Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese wine regions on a private wine lovers tour custom made just for you, the wine enthusiast. Tour top wine estates with passionate vineyard owners who will lovingly show you into their world on your bespoke European wine vacation with us!
“Wine is sunlight, held together by water. “
– Galileo Galilei