Travel WINE
  • Basic Wine Pairing Tips

    Confronting a wine menu can be intimidating. Here’s some practical advice on how to choose the ideal wine pairing.

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  • Cheap Wine

    Ask the waiter to uncork a bottle of Cabernet, because at these destinations, wine is cheaper than water!

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  • What do wine labels mean

    Wine tasting is a great experience that springs from the moment you discover its personality as described through its label.

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  • Discovering Vegan Wine

    In your next trip, quench your passion for winemaking by trying a vegan wine.

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  • About Terroir

    A wine’s terroir is that which we can apprehend from a destination through taste. That’s why you’ll never find two equal wines in the world.

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  • Grape Stomping in Mexico

    Grape harvesting is one of the main processes in wine-making; it involves grape picking in vineyards around the world.

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  • All About the Garden Route

    Live and feel South Africa through the Garden Route, a journey that will take you whale watching in Hermanus and wine tasting in Paarl.

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  • Mexican Wine

    In Mexico there are close to 120 wineries and over 1,000 national labels. Try them all in your next vacation!

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  • Chocolate Wine-pairing

    Discover delicious wine-pairing alternatives for chocolate and try them in your next trip.

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  • The Best Places to See in Strasbourg

    Escape to Strasbourg, France, and discover its unique charm following our tourist route.

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  • 3 Days in Aguascalientes

    Discover the cultural and gastronomic heritage of Mexico with this 3-day route in Aguascalientes.

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  • Bordeaux and Wine

    Bordeaux is one of wine-lovers’ favorite destinations, a city that’s rich in history and the place where canelés were created.

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  • Porto Wine-Tasting Tour

    Portugal is the fifth greatest wine exporter in the European Union. Fine here Oporto’s finest wine varieties.

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  • The Best Tourist Routes in Dijon

    Dijon is a great destination for mustard lovers, gothic architecture fans and wine lovers

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  • Women Winemakers

    Some of the most select wine labels have been elaborated by women who are experts in the power of seduction of the vine.

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  • Wine Aromas

    A wine’s aroma refers to the positive impressions one has when tasting it. Appreciating it triggers your memory.

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  • Choose the Perfect Pairing

    After you dine in Porto, order an Oporto wine, an excellent choice to pair with dessert.

  • Go on a Wine Tour

    If you love wine tourism, visit Vila Nova Gaia wineries.

  • Visits in Exchange for Wine-Tastings

    In most vineyards, when you visit the wineries they offer you a wine-tasting experience.

  • Drink Wine With an Exclusive Style

    Although tasting wine is done practically the same everywhere, follow the steps they teach you at each vineyard.

  • Don’t Mix Aromas

    It’s advisable not to wear any perfume on the day you’ll go on a wine-tasting tour. This way, external scents won’t mix with the wine’s aroma.

  • Buy Quality Wine

    In order to identify a wine’s quality, take into account these 4 elements: the weather, the type of grape, the elaboration process and its aging time.

  • Offer a Special Gift

    A good gift for a friend can be a bottle of wine whose production has a interesting or cultural history

  • Toast with Sherry

    As a recommendation, follow the route of Marco de Jerez in Spain. The architecture, monuments and the history behind this route will inspire you to taste Jerez, internationally known as “Sherry”.

  • Drink Wine at a Winstub

    Wine plays an important role in Strasbourg, so DINKtravelers recommends visiting winstubs, taverns where you can taste the wines of Alsace.

  • Practice Ecotourism in Aguascalientes

    Visit the town of San Jose de Gracias, a place where you’ll find many hanging bridges and ziplines surrounded by immense forests.

  • Take a Pic!

    Luis I Bridge is one of the most famous monuments in Porto so don’t miss the chance to take a picture there.

  • Find Typical Architecture in Dijon

    When you travel to Dijon, visit Hôtel Chambellan and Hôtel de Vogüé, see the wooden houses with their balconies, and find stone buildings with their famous varnished tiles. All of them portray the culture and history of Dijon.

  • Make a Toast with Retsina

    Pair your lunch with a glass of retsina, a 100% Greek resinated white or rose wine

  • Ancient Denomination of Origin

    Oporto wine is one of the oldest wines with Denomination of Origin.

  • Pre-Hispanic Vine

    In Mexico, there were types of vine that grew since before the Spanish conquerors arrived. Unfortunately, they were wild varieties so the grapes could not be used to produce wine.

  • Wine and Longevity

    Around the world, many people believe wine makes people live longer and don’t suffer from heart issues thanks to powerful antioxidant it contains called resveratrol.

  • Alsatian Wines

    Did you know that wines from Alsace are the only French Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée wines?

  • Japan in Aguascalientes

    Due to the growing industrial investment of Asian companies in Mexico, Aguascalientes is home to one of the biggest Japanese colonies in the country.

  • The Origins of Oporto

    Many people believe Oporto wine was named after the city where the grape is grown, but actually, its name comes from the port where it was commercialized during the 17th century.

  • Northeaster Vineyards

    Oporto vineyards are located in northeast Portugal, about 100km away from the city of Porto.

  • Regulated Wine-Making

    The elaboration process of Oporto wine is very controlled and regulated. There are strict rules that wine producers must follow from the moment they grow the grapes until they bottle the product.

  • The City of A Hundred Bell Towers

    Francis I called Dijon “The city of a hundred bell towers”. Among all the churches you’ll find in Dijon, only Saint-Philibert was built in Romanesque style.

  • $100 MX Discount

    La Peña Tours

    Wine & Cheese Route in Queretaro


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    Conditions

    1. $100.00 MX discount in the Cheese and Wine Route and in other tours found in our website

    2. TO MAKE A RESERVATION: Pay 50% of the total amount and send a WhatsApp message to 4411014821

    3. TO CANCEL: Free of charge 6 days before the tour. After that, a 10% penalty over the total cost is applicable.

    4. VALIDITY: Applicable per person

    5. GROUPS: Minimum 4 people; 14 people, 40 and more.

    6.TAXES: They don't include taxes (VAT)

    7. PUNCTUALITY: In case of being late, take a cab and catch up with the rest of the group.

    8. DEPARTURES 3 different hours for tour departures: 10:30, 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

    9. SEVERANCE PAY: The cost must be covered in full before the tour.

    10. The visitor must also present the DINKcard voucher.

    11. PAYMENT METHOD: Visa Master Card

    12. TOUR DEPARTURE: Independencia St. In the corner of Colon St. in Pena de Bernal

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