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Manoir Henri Giraud

Amazing accommodation in Champagne: Henri Giraud

The Champagne region is plentiful for locations that thoroughly merit being visited and enjoyed. It is quite an expansive wine region of some 34,000 hectares of vineyards, it’s a UNESCO member and has easy access by train and road as well as by plane. For visitors coming from England, it is merely a three and…

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Best Vineyards in Europe to Visit in 2019

Wine is a creation with no replacement. From the moment a plant is planted in the vineyard, to the moment of its cultivation, and ultimately the creation of wine, there is no better story. The taste and inventiveness of wine are incomparable to any other drink on this planet, and Europe is the best place…

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Experience Sparkling Beauty at the Armani Hotel Milano

When it comes to love a very romantic person may picture a cosy scene of two lovers exchanging glances sitting in front of each other on a dinner table that has been made magical by soft lights whilst warming that moment with a glass of wine. There may be a soft melody coming from behind…

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Best Five Destinations in the USA for Sparkling Wine Lovers

Most of the people connect Champagne with the most solemn and happiest moments of their lives. However, this wine is an excellent choice for every opportunity. The United States is a fourth-largest wine producer in the world. Approximately 90% of the entire US wine production, including sparkling wine, is manufactured in California at 107 ‘American…

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Denbies Wine Estate to Develop UK’s First Vineyard Hotel

Denbies Wine Estate in Surrey has begun construction on the UK’s first vineyard hotel with support from HSBC UK. The £4 million investment, which saw HSBC contribute £1.7 million towards the total will see the transformation of Denbies’ Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast converted into the country’s first UK vineyard hotel consisting of 17 en-suite rooms…

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5 Sparkling Stays at English Vineyards

Whether you’ve ever fancied a staycation mini- or micro-break on an English vineyard, or even if you’ve never thought about it, you will probably be surprised to hear there are more than 50 vineyards that will be very happy to welcome you with a comfy bed and a delicious glass of English sparkling wine. Here…

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A tasting and stay at Chateau de Pennautier in Carcassonne

Deep down in the south of France exists the world’s largest wine growing region, Languedoc-Roussillon, a wonderfully blessed area that benefits from fine weather, coastal breezes and foothills of the Pyrenees. One of the most famous towns of Languedoc-Roussillon is Carcassonne, a fortified city that is located in the department of Aude (11), its world famous hilltop La…

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A visit to Château Haut Gléon

Deep in the south of France, just a short drive from the blue waters of the Mediterranean and alongside the Narbonnaise en Méditerranée Natural Regional Park you will find a worthy to discover gem of wine and wine tourism in Château Haut Gléon. I was very pleased to be able to spend a very relaxed day…

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From East to West: Canada’s Coastal Wine

The whole world over is producing wine these days. There’s red, there’s white and there’s everything in between to choose from, with tastes varying by field miles, let alone country. How best then to choose a bottle for your brunch? By experience, by location, or by advice? Canadian wines have reigned supreme in North America…

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