The 7th Annual International Wine Tourism Conference will be held in the beautiful city of Reims, La Champagne, France 8 -9 April 2015.
Two days with over 30 talks, presentations, panel discussions and workshops combined with opportunities to taste world class wines makes this an experience not to be missed. Wine Tourism Workshop 10 April.

Conference News

Toast to the Most Expensive Street in France!

France has its share of beautiful avenues with buildings that are expensive. One famous street in Paris is Avenue des Champs-Élysées, measuring 1.9 km (1.2 miles) long and 70 meters (230 feet) wide. The avenue is anchored by the Place de la Concorde at one end and the Place Charles … Continue reading

Vignobles & Découvertes What’s That?

Spend some time observing wine-related social media sites and you will notice many people writing to ask for advice regarding wine travel. People want to know what wine regions in their country and the world to visit. These wine enthusiasts are also interested in visiting wineries and vineyards, restaurants, accommodations … Continue reading

Discovering the Routes Touristiques du Champagne

When planning a visit to Champagne for work or pleasure, spend time traveling to some of the numerous champagne houses along the Route Touristique Du Champagne (Champagne Tourist Route). In addition to champagne tastings and champagne cellar tours, enjoy views of vineyards. Take time to marvel on the remarkable, historical … Continue reading

It’s Blooming Good in Champagne!

Champagne-Ardenne is a true paradise on Earth – with world renown sparkling wines, rich nature, exquisite cuisine and warm hospitality of the population. It is acknowledged as the greenest and most blooming department of France not only by tourists who’ve visited Champagne or locals who truly love it, but also … Continue reading

Tough Times for La Champagne & Champagne in the Early 20th Century

Before Champagne could become what it is today it had to bear its share of suffering. Adding to its diminishing role as the global trade hub due to improving seafaring knowledge of Europeans, the late middle-ages brought the scourges of Hundred Years War. Over the next centuries the events of … Continue reading

La Champagne – Land of History

Thinking of Champagne today we mean the naturally fermented vintage product of famous French wineries. Although the bubbly favourite of many of us is inextricably linked with this green land in the heartland of France, the history of the region far surpasses the history of the sparkling wine. As the … Continue reading

Provisional list of IWINETC 2015 Talks Revealed

Details, albeit provisional of the conference schedule and range of talks have just been revealed by the IWINETC Team. IWINETC brings together participants from all over the wine world in order to benefit from world-class insightful education content, establish profitable business connections, participate in effective networking opportunities and a thorough … Continue reading

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in La Champagne

Champagne’s location in the heart of Europe and  its proximity to Paris made it possible for the province to witness the crucial moments of world’s history. Events of utmost importance echo around the halls and corridors of magnificent churches and palaces scattered around the region. Five of these monuments have … Continue reading