Over the past years the Budapest International Wine Festival has truly come of age and is now one of the most prestigious events of its kind in Hungary.

The Bordeaux Wine Festival is for those who love wine and food and like celebrating them both in a wonderful atmosphere. It is a four-day-long event focuses on the wines from the Bordeaux and Aquitaine Regions. It is the perfect occasion to experience the world of wine culture in its varied manifestations and to also discover the architectural beauty of Bordeaux (listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO), its cultural assets and the surrounding vineyards.

Empordà produces a variety of wines. The red wines are of excellent quality, full-bodied, balanced and well-constituted and sometimes enhanced by careful ageing. The reserva and crianza wines have distinctive aromas; they are complex with subtle fragrances and hints of spice, but with the scent of the fruit and the plant ever present.

Penedes region is situated less than 30 minutes south of Barcelona, only 15 minutes from the magnificent beaches of Sitges. This unique rural landscape with endless vineyards and rural tourism establishments is rubbing shoulders with the unspoiled local heritage, plus the multitude of wineries and cellars that have earned this area its international reputation.

One hill which determines the climate of the land with two products par excellence: wine and oil. Three cultures: Arab, Christian and Jewish. Four grapes: Cabernet, Merlot, Syrah and of course, Grenache...And five senses, which you’ll need in order to discover the Grenache Route.

Marco de Jerez Wine and Brandy Route involve the eight municipalities that make up the Marco de Jerez region: Chiclana, Chipiona, El Puerto de Santa María, Jerez, Puerto Real, Rota, Sanlúcar de Barrameda and Trebujena, offering a marvellous variety of landscapes and wine tourism assets that enable new and unforgettable experiences.

Jumilla Route runs across the north-west of the Region of Murcia, set at the meeting point of La Mancha, Andalusia and Valencia.

The wineries that are scattered all over Lleida have their origin in an ancestral tradition. The Romans introduced this crop, which soon prospered in the area until Phylloxera arrived, devastating its planting. Even so, the bodegueros decided to introduce new varieties of grape and so redraw the wine-growing map of Lleida.

The region, set in the heartland of Andalusia, comprises 9 municipal areas : Montilla, Moriles, Aguilar de la Frontera, Fernán Núñez, Montemayor, La Rambla, Lucena, Puente Genil and the city of Córdoba. 

Navarre Wine Route travels through the very heart of Navarre, where the landscape becomes gentler, rivers run slower and the climate is milder. The excellent conditions in this region have made it ideal wine-producing territory for centuries.