The best wine estate tours in Europe
Our ambition is to offer you the best wine tourism routes and to promote wine tourism in Europe through its wine routes. For this, we refer to the experiences offered by our partners and we highlight the specificities of each professional, estate or winemaker. Everyone can therefore thrive in the experience that most closely matches their tastes through a cellar visit , the discovery of a castle , a stroll or circuit in the vineyards.
Epicureans can immerse themselves in the world of wine and meet the creators of their favorite cuvées. The entire Winalist team is proud to participate in the adventure of wine tourism , and to bring to life tourist stays that bring consumers and passionate producers closer together.
Wine experiences to do in Europe
Red, white, yellow, with or without bubbles, lovers of good wines are always attracted by new discoveries. This is why Winalist offers you the widest possible choice of experiences to allow you to discover the vineyards of Europe. Winalist also invites you to discover a selection of wine tourism professionals who are not necessarily domains. Book an experience offered by the best wine bars or wine tourism professionals. A practical way to enjoy the riches of the land while staying in the city center, because wine tourism can also be practiced while sitting.
Discover the European wine heritage alone, in a group or with the family through certain exclusive events such as concerts or open days within their own vineyard. Some of these activities are free.
Offer a wine experience with Winalist
Do you want to please one of your loved ones, a wine lover, while leaving him the choice of his destination? The Winalist gift card is the perfect surprise. Valid for 1 year on all experiences in Europe, the card is available in several formats from € 10.
It will also be an ideal gift for your employees or collaborators by offering them the discovery of the wine route to measure.
Wine and wine tourism in Europe
Wine has long been anchored in European culture. In several countries, it has become a real institution. For more than 4000 years, historical accounts have mentioned wine as part of the lives of European citizens. Wine culture was further developed thanks to the Church, since alcohol made from grapes is used in religious ceremonies.
True spearhead of European trade with the whole world, our know-how has been exported since the time of colonization to the four corners of the planet. World famous wines are produced in Europe. Red, white, rosé, or even champagne and even yellow wine. The biggest producers are France, Italy and Spain. Germany and Austria also produce wine (mostly white) as well as Eastern European countries, and Portugal is more a producer of red wine.
Today wine tourism is developing strongly in Europe. The growing interest of novice oenophiles is notable. Wine is more than a way of life or a drink. It is also a way to discover the extremely rich culture of Europe. Many architecture, art and geology enthusiasts take advantage of an excursion in the wine-growing regions. Specialized offers for stays are developing, aimed at tourists from all over the world but also local inhabitants close to the vineyards and inhabitants of the territory.