How many groups, how many visitors at a time? Quantity or quality? Why not both? It all depends on what kind of winery you run and, of course, what your objective is when it comes to wine tourism.
A couple of years ago I visited a huge winery, one of the largest bodegas in Spain, in the region of Jerez. I was there with a group of 50 wine professionals. As I normally prefer smaller and more personal wineries, I wouldn’t have chosen this particular winery to visit on my own. Continue reading “Tips for Wineries – Ideas and Dreams – Customize the experience!”
There has never been a better time to go visit a winery near you. All over the world more wineries than ever open the doors to visitors and are happy to welcome you and your friends! Continue reading “Let’s visit wineries! — Tips for your trip!”
Yesterday my fellow Wine.Pop partner and I prepared for a winery visit in the Tarragona region, an hour south of Barcelona, and first needed some breakfast. So we went to a bakery with an attached coffee shop. We were not sure, which cake we should order, so we asked, that we please be given small samples of the four delicious offerings and be explained how each was made and what they consisted of. To our surprise … Continue reading “Free Wine? Let’s visit a wine cellar and get some!”