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The Ultimate Guide to Crafting the Perfect Wine Travel Itinerary:

A Journey from Grape to Glass

"Age and glasses of wine should never be counted" – this Italian proverb might have a humorously debonair take on life, but it's got something right. Wine – it's an indulgence, a source of pleasure, a journey into refined taste, and above all, a glorious reason to travel the world. Passionate about wine and itching to explore famous wine regions? Well, pack your bags, darling. We're off on a—hold on a second, you don't know where to start, do you?


No worries, my fermented grape zealots. Whether you're a seasoned 'oenophile' (that's wine lover for the laymen among us) or a more casual appreciator jonesing for an adventure in the world of fine wines, we've got you covered! This step-by-step guide will get you geared up to discover, indulge in, and unravel the mysteries of renowned wine territories, minus all the legwork. Buckle up for the ride as we plunge into a world brimming with grape-stomping adventures and delightful aqua vitae!

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1. Choose Your Wine Region

Every wine area has its unique charm and offers an exceptional assortment of wines. From the sun-drenched vineyards of Rioja and Piemonte to the crisp, cool-climate varieties of the Williamete Valley, there are countless wine regions awaiting your exploration. However, your personal preferences and tastes should guide your pick like a compass pointing north.

Below are our top-notch picks to get your grape rolling:

Voyage Vin - Williamete: Ideal for lovers of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.

Voyage Vin - Crete: Perfect for those craving a slice of Greece's indigenous varietals.

Voyage Vin - Rioja: A must-visit for fanatics of Spanish Tempranillo.

Voyage Vin - Piemonte: Heaven for enthusiasts of Italy's Nebbiolo grape.

VoyageVin - Alto Adige: A dream for fans of aromatic white wines such as Gewürztraminer.

Armed with a carefully curated travel guide, you unlock inside knowledge at your fingertips. You'll discover hidden gems, experience remarkable vineyards, and enjoy tasting opportunities that often evade the typical traveler. Guides such as the Voyage Vin series offer the perfect blend of expertly crafted itineraries and seamless planning. Seriously, can it get any better? Well, hold your horses, because it does!

2. Leverage Insider Knowledge

Neglecting local insight on a wine trip is like forgetting to bring your glasses to the opera—nonsense! The makers and their stories are as much a part of the wine experience as the drink itself.

Isabeau Sas—wine travel guide extraordinaire—manages to bring these local experiences right into your loungeroom through her Voyage Vin series. With her rich experiences and wisdom, garnered from living and working in three bespoke wine regions, she's perfectly poised to offer practical, evocative, and personalized advice that helps you extend your wine knowledge beyond simply tasting.


3. Get Personal With The Locals

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4. Hear From The Experts

Take a leaf out of other wine travelers' books. Skim through reviews, get their perspective, and sample the flavors of their experiences. Sarah D., for instance, discovered a whole slew of wineries through the guides that otherwise might have remained unexplored. Mark T. became the "wine expert" of his group, impressing one and all with his bewitching knowledge of local heritage and wines.

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