(in South Africa) a touring route taking in several wine farms which are open to the public for wine tasting and the sale of wine.
- ‘Alongside established zones such as Cape Town and the Western Cape wine route, there was growing interest in new sights associated with the political struggle and African experiences.’
- ‘Held in a small hotel in the snail-shaped village of Egusheim at the heart of Alsace's wine route, her two and three day courses pose a serious threat to anybody who regards food as simply something you eat.’
- ‘Lenn will be contributing three stories about the wines of Long Island and I've filed the stories under travel since Lenn tackles the wines and wineries by wine routes.’
- ‘This is a film that could have easily gone wrong - how interesting can two friends going on a wine route possibly be?’
- ‘The Alsatian wine route is one of France's glories.’
- ‘South African wines win international awards every year, and the country has the longest wine route in the world.’
- ‘We had a reasonably priced lunch of gourmet sandwiches on the patio, and appropriately strengthened continued on our way along the wine route towards our next destination: Niagara Falls.’
- ‘Wine regions represented include the Robertson Valley, Constantia and Simonsberg wine routes.’
- ‘But for the lucky ones who manage to climb onto the world stage, they will know that their journey started in the first week of October 2004, in a town more famous for wine routes than for winning World Cups.’
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