Explore what each region has to
offer in the way of the “vine”.

Layon valley

Welcome to the Layon Valley, in the heart of the Anjou region, in the Val de Loire!

Here, winemakers have developed partnerships with hoteliers and restaurant owners in order to offer authentic and friendly stays along the river Loire, amongst the vines, in the heart of the Renaissance castles.

The Azores

The territory comprising the islands of Sao Jorge, Pico, Faial, Flores and Corvo in the Azores Archipelago presents a genuine cultural diversity, associated with local gastronomic tradition, especially the dairy products and wines of Pico.

The Azores

In the past, with his hard work, man built on the basaltic soils the typical "curraletas"(small stone enclosures)that constitute a unique feature of the vineyard landscape of the Azores. This peculiarity prompted its classification as a demarcated area and distinguished Azores destination.

Serre Calabrian
- Alta Locride

The area of the Calabrian Serre and of the Alta Locride is situated in the centre of Calabria between the Sila mountain range and the Aspromonte. It is one of the most evocative mountain massifs, even if it does not reach high altitudes, being wood-covered and featuring some unique elements from a geological and morphological point of view. The area is partly interested by the presence of two parks, the National park of Aspromonte and the Regional Park of the Serre.


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