Wine Bike Trails Around the World
Imagine navigating serene country roads through tranquil vineyards dappled with warm sunshine, highlighting the grapes that Mother Nature ripens to perfection. You revel in the sounds of nature, the singing of the birds with the breeze caressing you as your bike glides along the wine trails. Your destination is a winery and you cannot wait to taste its exotic wine. Our Guide to bike friendly wine regions around the world.
A Wine Lover in Slovenia
Slovenia has a rich history in wine, dating back to ancient times, but the country’s wine production remained a secret until recently because of Slovenia’s history as a former part of communist Yugoslavia. The reason they have remained a secret until recently is largely because of Slovenia's history as a former part of communist Yugoslavia.
The World’s Most Expensive Wines
A rare Burgundy has been named the world’s most expensive wine at an average price of about €15,000 (roughly $16,000 USD) for a 750ml bottle. The expensive wine in question is the 1985 Richebourg Grand Cru, from the Côtes de Nuit range, created by Henri Jayer, who is often credited as one of the most significant winemakers of Burgundy of the 1970s - 1980s.