«An absolutely charming and up-to-date wine project with two engaging wine lovers. Hilarious, witty and laid-back.»
«Looks like the most fabulous tour !»
«A very innovative project that no one has yet dared to do»
«A unique, ambitious and courageous project that we all dream of doing»
«A 3-year journey to the source of wine»
«The best road trip in the world ! A new source of education for the world of wine»
«To see a positive evolution of the world of wine, more modern and in tune with the new habits and trends of wine consumption»
«The best job in the world»
«A great project, a new adventure. The wine world hasn’t been discovered yet»
«Wine Explorers, what an amazing project! I wish you a lot of fascinating adventures during your travels»
Edited by Forgeron Cellars
The Wine Explorers find 2011 GSM a "Beautiful Discovery » Thinking outside the box: That was our goal before starting our tour of American vineyards. Many have taken us for oddballs when we decided not to go to California – the super star of the country which accounts for 90% of the country’s wine production.
Edited by Pinosity (blog, Australie)
The last French explorer to take on Tasmania was Nicolas Baudin in 1802. Unlike his English contemporaries, Baudin was more interested in observing than conquering, making extensive notes on Aboriginal people, plants and animals before flitting off to Timor and Mauritius.
Edited by Pro Dégustation
Lors de notre dernier billet relatant les aventures des Wine Explorers en janvier, nous vous faisions part de leur arrivée imminente en Australie. Aujourd’hui sur le point de quitter la Nouvelle-Zélande pour rejoindre l’Indonésie, revenons sur leur expérience au pays d’Oz.