Dear friends when we began this adventure of writing a corporative blog like ours, one of our intentions was to share with you our personal experiences. Unfortunately, we don’t have the opportunity to write as often as we would like. We think that it is important to share and think aloud over all that thrills us.
Invited by Maison de la France, we attended Destination Vignobles 2008, a work-shop , where supply and demand meet to share this passionate world of Wine Tourism. Two years ago we went in the Bordeaux, which was a great pleasure. But this year it has been delightful.
The visits to the Cote du Rhone, the Côte du Luberon and the Côte du Ventoux have been a discovery for our minds and our senses. We have often spoken of creative experiences and slow travel, and I believe that this trip reaffirms our beliefs.
Tourism should be something more human, we have been driven by haste and globalization, and consumption has reach tourism, thus we have standarized our free time.
We visit too many places in a little time, we have to see everything that everybody else sees, tell everybody and prepare the next trip. The important thing has become to treasure places, not experiences.
Is there anything wrong about being driven by boredom? Do not we have a right to do nothing? like children are allowed to do.
I was mesmerized by the scenery, it extreme beauty, its calmness, the pleasure to feel the surroundings, let go, relax and enjoy.
If you are a lover of good food and wine and are planning on doing a creative and fun experience, then our activities have been designed for you.
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On our wine experiences and tours you'll enjoy special visits to cutting-edge wineries, have private tastings at top cellars, you'll discover great wines.