Tag: travel guide

Eat, drink and sleep: Margaret River

With the first direct flights from London to Perth touching down, we’ve put together our essential guide to one of the world’s most remote premium wine regions, Margaret River. Read on for tips on where to stay, what to eat and which wineries to visit It is only just over 50 years since Dr Tom […]

Postcards from the Rhône

After another en primeur tasting visit, we ask well-versed Rhône expert Matt Walls for his advice on where to eat, drink and sleep in this wide-ranging French appellation Every year I produce an in-depth report on the new Rhône vintage, so I spend two weeks tasting over a thousand wines and visiting dozens of estates. […]

Eat, drink and sleep: Mendoza

Continuing our series of mini vinous travel guides, itinerant drinks writer Amanda Barnes takes you through the perfect trip to Mendoza, Argentina – with tips on where to stay, what to eat and which wineries to visit “Mendoza: the land of sun and wine” reads the welcome sign in the airport. And the catchphrase isn’t […]

Eat, drink and sleep: Rioja

With our focus firmly on Spain, Buyer Will Heslop offers an essential guide to planning a vinous adventure in Rioja, with tips on bodegas to visit, must-try dishes and where to stay. The quickest way to reach Rioja is to fly to Bilbao and drive due south – within an hour, you’re among the vineyards. […]