Wine & Senses
We present a brief video explaining “Wine & Senses”.
Tokaj -Hegyalja, declared Historic Cultural Landscape by UNESCO, is home to the singular Tokaj volcanic mountain, which shapes its unique landscape and gives rise to the Furmit grape variety, the heart of its best wines.
Situated in the southeast of the Czech Republic not far from Brno, the historical capital city of the Margraviate of Moravia, the district of Znojmo and Břeclav covers almost half of the total area of Czech vineyards with several protected areas linked to wine production defining exceptional cultural landscapes such as those of the Podyjí National Park, Pálava and Lednice – Valtice declared World Heritage.
The Ligurian coast has an exceptional landscape formed of terraces of vineyards and stone walls facing the sea that still maintains its traditional way of life. It was listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997 to preserve its landscape and cultural heritage, also linked to the world of wine.
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To guide the tourist during his cultural heritage visit
For a more immersive experience
To guide tourists to W&S products, events and paths