Wine Travel

Wine is fascinating – and therefore we like to dive into wine books. However, sometimes we want to feel the soil in our hands where the vines are rooted and listen to the voices of winemakers to better understand a wine region.

Wine Travel

Wine is fascinating – and therefore we like to dive into wine books. However, sometimes we want to feel the soil in our hands where the vines are rooted and listen to the voices of winemakers to better understand a wine region.

Wein-Werkstatt Wine Trips

Thanks to Wein-Werkstatt’s wide network, we know producers on all continents and, in some cases, can gain exclusive access to estates and wine personalities.

Our wine trips pursue a holistic approach to wine. We convey culture, lifestyle, history and culinary traditions of a country and occasionally also add a sports activity to the enjoyment.

Wine experience on a WSET Level 2 or 3 is certainly an advantage in communicating with winemakers and viticulturists, but is not a prerequisite for participation. The group size varies from 6 to 14 participants depending on the itinerary.

Testimonials

I cannot think of a better way to dive in deep on the wines of France to prepare for the Advanced & Master Sommelier exams, WSET Diploma or MW
David GlancyMS, CWE, FWS, Founder of San Francisco Wine School

Education is the cornerstone of wine appreciation. With the French Wine Scholar study and certification program, the French Wine Society provides priceless support to the trade and consumers alike
Xavier BarlierVP Marketing & Communication, Maisons Marques & Domaines

 

The French Wine Scholar Program is the industry's most comprehensive, in-depth course on the wines of France
Jay YoumansMW, Founder of Capital Wine School